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UA Engineering Design Day Bigger, Better and Smarter Than Ever Senior capstone design projects for 2016 range from sea rescue robots and self-driving cars to heart defibrillators and water recycling systems. See them all on display on Tuesday, May 3.
Scholarship Reception 2016: Paying It Forward and Paying Tribute Building bridges was a recurring theme at the College of Engineering's 2016 scholarship reception.
Two College of Engineering Faculty Named 2016 UA Distinguished Scholars Erica Corral and Armin Sorooshian are the first pair of researchers from the same college to be appointed University of Arizona Distinguished Scholars.
Semiconductor Researchers Honor Late Colleague’s Legacy at Meeting of UA-Based Center At its annual meeting, the Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing presented the 2016 Simon Karecki Award to an ASU researcher.
How the Largest Lab Experiment in Earth Sciences Was Built Designing and building three massive hill slopes, known as LEO, was no ordinary undertaking for the UA's Biosphere 2.
Connected-Vehicles Visionary Wins Grad Slam Two of the three winners at the second annual Grad Slam competition are researching advanced transportation at the UA College of Engineering.
College Names Larry Head 2016 da Vinci Fellow Larry Head, professor of systems and industrial engineering who is renowned for his research in connected vehicles and intelligent traffic signal control, has received the 2016 da Vinci Fellowship from the UA College of Engineering.
Team Revs Up Transportation’s Internet of Things Connected vehicles are on the horizon, and researchers in the UA College of Engineering are making sure roadway infrastructures are up to speed for all types of vehicles to communicate with one another.
Endowing Ability in Computers and Classes Orbits planetary and ocular meet in Wolfgang Fink’s research to equip machines with the ability to make judgments normally entrusted to people.
Navy Awards UA Electrical Engineer Ming Li Young Investigator Award The Office of Naval Research is funding UA research to improve wireless communication in environments with scarce or unreliable networks.
Pamela Wilkinson Receives Ivan B. Rahn Award for Mining Education and Outreach Mining organizations honor UA: Outreach coordinator Pam Wilkinson receives the Ivan B. Rahn Education Award from the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration, and alum Conrad Huss is inducted into the Mining Foundation of the Southwest hall of fame.
Systems Engineering Graduate Student Wins Officer Research Fellowship UA doctoral candidate Lt. Col. Matthew Dabkowski has received a 2016 Omar N. Bradley Officer Research Fellowship in Mathematics, and will join the faculty of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
UA's Space Expertise Seen as Key for US Security A new UA research initiative in space object behavioral sciences, headed by Moriba Jah, is regarded as vital to a deeper understanding of global issues.
Algae: The ‘Greenest’ Solution to Climate Change? Algae biofuels may be the cleanest and most affordable solution to global warming, UA chemical and environmental engineer Kimberly Ogden tells a packed Tucson audience on February 29.
Civil Engineers Honor UA Researcher for Reshaping Seismic Safety Sturdier buildings and stricter building codes earn earthquake engineering expert Robert Fleischman and his team the Charles H. Pankow Award for Innovation.