College of Engineering

Conceptual artwork of a pair of entangled quantum particles interacting. (Photo: Mark Garlick/Science Photo Library)
Jan. 25, 2019
UA researchers are building a quantum hub known as Inquire, which will be the world's first shared research and training instrument to help researchers in diverse fields benefit from quantum resources.
The next phase of the Broadband Wireless Access and Applications Center will focus on applications for 5G technologies, including mobile edge computing, also known as "fog computing."
Jan. 8, 2019
UA-led research into 5G networks allows for remote surgery, autonomous vehicles and ever-faster processing speeds.
Armin Sorooshian will lead the Aerosol Cloud Meteorology Interactions over the Western Atlantic Experiment to identify how aerosol particles change cloud properties in ways that affect Earth's climate system. The investigation will focus on marine boundary layer clouds over the western North Atlantic Ocean. (Photo: Armin Sorooshian)
Sept. 26, 2018
UA professor Armin Sorooshian will continue his research into tiny particles with huge impacts on climate, air quality and human health as one of five NASA Earth Venture investigations.
Zlática Kraljevic worked in Alan Randolph's crystallization lab in the UA Department of Chemical Engineering while pursuing graduate degrees. After earning her master's in 1977, she became one of the first women to earn a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the UA in 1981.
July 18, 2018
Zlática Kraljevic carried the lessons she learned at the UA to a far-reaching career that has spanned multiple industries, from energy services to global consulting and education.
Fletcher McCusker (right) speaks at the 2018 Tech Launch Arizona I-Squared Awards, where he was honored with the award for Ecosystem Impact. TLA Assistant Vice President Doug Hockstad looks on. (Photo: Paul Tumarkin/Tech Launch Arizona)
June 26, 2018
Tucson's newest early-stage capital fund, UA Venture Capital Fund LLC, has announced that its first three investments will include UA-connected companies Codelucida and Regulonix.
Carrie Curley, Nalwoodi Denzhone Community board member and San Carlos Apache: “Water is life, and we want clean water.” (Photo: Pete Brown/UA College of Engineering)
June 25, 2018
Last year, a team of UA researchers helped design and create a solar-powered water-purification bus for the Navajo Nation. This year, a different reservation's needs are in focus.
The UA has opened doors for former transfer student and new alumna Fernanda Fraijo Arce. "I wouldn't change (the experience) for anything," she says.
May 23, 2018
The welcoming culture has been recognized by Phi Theta Kappa, an honors society for community college students, which named the University to its 2018 Transfer Honor Roll.
From left: Daniel Medrano, Madison Elizabeth Cooper, Jarod C. Weber, Dani McEachern and Gabriella Romano celebrate winning the Raytheon Award for Best Overall Design at the College of Engineering's 2018 Design Day.
May 2, 2018
A laser-guided device to simplify ankle replacement surgery took the top prize, worth $5,000, at Monday's annual College of Engineering capstone event. "This is the best day of the year," said Larry Head, the college's acting dean. With UANews 360-degree video and interviews of students.
Members of the Terrestrial Exploration project work on their aerial photography vehicle, which blends the vertical takeoff capabilities of a drone with the smooth sailing and endurance of a plane.
April 24, 2018
Nearly 600 engineering students will display a search and rescue drone, a device to monitor swelling and more than 100 other projects with the potential to save lives, time and money.