Weevil genius: Insect inspires stronger, more flexible materials
We humans like to think we invent things, but in a lot of cases, nature did it first.
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.
Join us for the Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering Open House for undergraduates. Discover career paths, meet our faculty and more!
SEMTE innovation and excellence
Alexis Hocken did not have many female STEM role models to look up to growing up, so now she wants to fill that role for future generations of aspiring young scientists and engineers. Read more on Full Circle
ASU researchers are using tiny gold particles, silk molecules and laser power in a promising new technique to seal and heal body tissue. Read more on Full Circle
Dedication to inventing solutions for social and economic advancement in the developing world has earned Cody Friesen the 2019 $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize for invention. Read more on Full Circle
Aditi Chattopadhyay, a Regents Professor at Arizona State University, received a $1M grant from the Department of Energy to research and model the deformation of ceramic matrix composites. Read more on Full Circle
The Fulton Schools continue to bring in new faculty members to help students succeed and to advance the cutting edge in their engineering fields. Read more on Full Circle
Associate Professor Sefaattin Tongay’s research in materials made of single layers of atoms is producing multiple possibilities for quantum technology advances. Read more on Full Circle