Taking steps toward ankle rehabilitation using soft robotics
A soft robotic project designed to assist with rehabilitation of the foot and ankle was awarded the top prize at the WearRA Innovation Challenge.
SEMTE Celebration of Excellence Awards
Recognizing our excelling students, faculty and staff in 2020
Student Mennatallah Hussein
SEMTE Staff Excellence Awards
Senior Department HR Specialist Samantha Ramirez
Outstanding TA/UGTA and Outstanding Undergraduates
Student Tanzil Chowdhurry
Jerry Lin named NAMS Fellow for achievements in membrane field
Jerry Y.S. Lin, an internationally recognized leader in inorganic membrane science, has been named a North American Membrane Society Fellow.
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
Read about how our faculty and students are unlocking innovation and making the Fulton Schools an epicenter of idea generation and realization.
A soft robotics exosuit designed to assist with rehabilitation of the foot and ankle. The project, led by Fulton Schools students Marielle Debeurre, Tiffany Hertzell and Carly Thalman along with Assistant Professor Hyunglae Lee, was awarded the top prize at the WearRA Innovation Challenge earlier this year.
Graduate students passionate about research and innovation take advantage of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program to study at ASU and beyond.
Students in the ASU Grand Challenges Scholars Program prepare to address global concerns through competencies that impart an ability to see the big picture, consider all aspects of a problem and create value for society.
Arizona State University engineer Konrad Rykaczewski has created a design for a cooling vest to keep wearers comfortable in scorching conditions.
Congratulations to our SEMTE graduates! To re-watch Convocation and all videos, meet our featured graduates, and download social media swag, visit our Convocation site.