Kiran Solanki and other researchers from the Fulton Schools and Army Research Laboratory designed an alloy of copper and tantalum that can withstand extreme impact and heat.
Harness the power of the sun in this graduate program that puts students in on the ground floor of a growing power source for our nation and the world.
Degree offered: PSM
Join us for an exciting semester of seminars hosted by the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy. No matter what your field, we have a seminar that will interest you.
More SEMTE events
The School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy hosts a variety of events, which can be viewed on Inner Circle, the Fulton Schools’ site for all events.
SEMTE innovation and excellence
Sze Zheng Yong’s research on the intention of controlled autonomous swarms led him to receive a DARPA Young Faculty Award. Read the full Article
A thermal energy systems company, a utility, a grocery chain and ASU engineers are teaming to bring energy- and cost-saving innovations to industrial freezers.
Stephen Krause received the Michael Ashby Outstanding Materials Educator Award this summer for his research and work on the formative feedback model, which he used to enhance his students’ classroom experience.
Assistant professor Kumar Ankit created a simulation that can predict how metal solidifies, which could be a big deal for the future of manufacturing.
SciHub, a new collaborative, cross-discipline initiative by Professor Nathan Newman, seeks to improve and enhance people’s limited scope of perception with modern technology.
Sudanshu Singh and Tyler Stannard worked with Nikhilesh Chawla, Fulton Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, on a metal corrosion paper, which was published in the Journal of Materials and won the 2017 Best Paper Award on structural materials research from TMS, The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society.