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UA electrical and computer engineering and biomedical engineering professor Wolfgang Fink, whose innovations have helped restore partial sight to the blind, takes on a new challenge: creating telemedical devices that can prevent blindness.

Electrical and computer engineering professor Bane Vasić is heading to Serbia and France to advance error-correcting codes that guarantee the flawless transmission of digital information, even in the presence of corrupting influences.

Partnerships in biomedicine, challenges in mining, Mars rovers, women in engineering and One World Trade Center are among the hot topics at UA's 2014 Engineering Homecoming.

Nick Schott has some great UA memories from the 1960s, when Tucson, Ariz., was still only a couple of hundred thousand strong and the UA football team, well, was probably still in rebuilding stage.

engineering innovation building

The Engineering Innovation Building will help the College of Engineering attract the best students and faculty the world has to offer. Thousands of students on design teams and in engineering clubs will have a new home built for teamwork and success. World-renowned researchers will gain the space and equipment to advance groundbreaking technology.