"Instead of digging a trench, HDD contractors bore holes beneath the surface and pull those pipes through – not only leaving the landscape virtually unmarred, but also saving the costs of restoration” using Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), says ASU Professor Samuel Ariaratnam.
Finals aren't the only exams on engineering students' horizon, so mechanical engineering faculty put on an after-hours workshop for their students ensure their success in the first step of their Professional Engineer licensing process.
Data analysis adds new perspectives to archaeological research The ASU Working Group for Research Computing is launching its Research Computing Speaker Series with a presentation by J. Daniel Rogers, Ph.D., […]
Cody Friesen’s alternative research team at Arizona State University set out to create an energy storage breakthrough that would dramatically reduce costs and eliminate toxic and rare metals in batteries. […]
An ASU professor is working on the cutting edge of data analysis to improve our ability to make decisions on the highly varied data coming out of manufacturing, social media, healthcare and other systems.
New Fulton Schools of Engineering Assistant Professor Ted Pavlic, explores the possibilities of using biomimicry for making advances in robotics, automated control systems and strategies for sustainability.
Thanks to the generous support of our donors, 325 scholarships and fellowships totaling more than $917,000 were awarded to Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering undergraduate and graduate students for FY 2015-2016. $518,000 was raised for philanthropic support of research.
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