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Quantum leaps in materials engineering

Presidential award recognizes Sefaattin Tongay’s promising research contributions to technological progress.

 

Six students on the Shonto Pump Track team assemble for a photo with their project model

Quantum leaps in materials engineering

Presidential award recognizes Sefaattin Tongays promising research contributions to technological progress.

 

From aircraft to spacecraft, students in this program develop the tools needed to create new ways to explore the atmosphere and beyond.

Degrees offered: BSE, MS, PhD

Help prepare for the future needs of the world’s citizens with this real-world-driven program designed around matter and energy.

Degrees offered: BSEMS, PhD

Touching on everything from sustainability to consumer products, there’s virtually nothing in which this discipline isn’t directly involved.

Degrees offered: BSEMS, MS onlinePhD

Turn ideas into reality in this program that puts the student in the driver’s seat of creating practical tools and devices for machines to small components.

Degrees offered: BSEMS, PhD

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

Accelerated 4+1 programs

Save time and money by combining advanced undergraduate course work with graduate course work and earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years.

See all 4+1 accelerated programs

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Seminar series

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


New understanding of an old alloy leads to prestigious award

Strong, lightweight aluminum-copper alloys have been used in aircraft and automotive designs for decades, but little is known about their structural mechanisms during deformation. Recent Arizona State University materials science doctoral graduate Shashank Kaira set...

ASU students beat the heat with 3D-printed thermal tech

Heat sinks, used to regulate the temperature of electronic devices, are more pertinent now than ever, especially with the increased demand for personal devices such as laptop computers. Without the cooling provided by heat sinks, electrical components would overheat...

ASU students take their aircraft design skills to the sky

The 38th American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Design/Build/Fly Competition Flyoff challenged 785 students from six continents to perform aircraft carrier operations in the desert. Read the entire story on Full Circle

ASU sweeps the podium at 2019 Materials Bowl

Ten teams from Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering competed against five teams from the University of Arizona Department of Materials Science and Engineering in the 16th Annual Materials Bowl in Tempe, Arizona. Read the entire story on Full...

Gut bacteria influence autism-like behaviors in mice

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects an estimated 1 in 59 people in the United States, causing a variety of difficulties with social communication and repetitive behavior. Many factors, including genetic and environmental effects, are believed to influence symptoms,...

Stepping up to the challenge

Recent Grand Challenge Scholar graduates took on interdisciplinary research, multicultural experiences and service projects to solve NAE Grand Challenges. Read the entire story on Full Circle