College of Engineering

Alexander Alvarez and Sonia Vohnout demonstrate the acoustoelectric cardiac imaging invention. (Photo: Eddie San Juan/Tech Launch Arizona)
Nov. 19, 2019
ElectroSonix has licensed the UArizona patents for acoustoelectric imaging, a technology that has the potential to improve the accuracy of cardiac ablation in treating cardiac arrhythmias.
Researchers hope to improve traffic efficiency and safety on Speedway Boulevard, which runs from east to west through Tucson and the University of Arizona campus. (Photo: Jim Robison/City of Tucson)
Nov. 18, 2019
One civil and architectural engineering and mechanics professor aims to optimize traffic signal timing and improve the commute on Speedway Boulevard.
Gaurav Gupta graduated with master's degree in mining and mineral engineering in 2018.
Nov. 5, 2019
The Freeport-McMoRan Foundation invests in workforce development and innovations in modern mining at the University of Arizona.
Patricia and Bruce Bartlett's $10 million gift will establish the Bartlett Labs, the goal of which is to unite the international research community in advancing understanding of issues that impact learning and attention challenges for undergraduate students, and to ensure Arizona students benefit from the resulting research.
Nov. 1, 2019
The 360 Initiative is intended to meet students' financial, emotional and academic needs. Donors have already made $21 million in gifts for the 360 Initiative.
Carbon fiber material.
Sept. 26, 2019
An Arizona professor has has invented a flexible carbon fiber fabric designed to be inserted inside and around a fractured bone. The technology has been licensed to a startup and has already received venture capital funding to take it forward.
From left: Doctoral student Clarisa Grijalva Lugo, University of Sonora, Mexico professor and UA alumnus Jesus Horacio Pacheco, doctoral student Pratik Satam, professor Salim Hariri, doctoral student Shalaka Chittaranjan Satam, and assistant research professor Cihan Tunc.
Sept. 26, 2019
University of Arizona electrical and computer engineering researchers are training a future cybersecurity workforce and creating bioinspired methods for keeping computers secure.
Pierre Deymier (right) and UA President Robert C. Robbins examine the acoustic system that allowed researchers to create Bell states using phonons. (Photo: Paul Tumarkin/Tech Launch Arizona)
Sept. 17, 2019
University of Arizona engineers researching the emerging field of phononics are using soundwaves to search through big data with more stability and ease.
A team of University of Arizona researchers led by Jeong-Yeol Yoon has created a simple, portable and inexpensive method for detecting extremely low levels of norovirus.
Aug. 27, 2019
University of Arizona researchers strike the balance between sensitivity and affordability with a new method for identifying this gut-busting microbe.
July 17, 2019
Thanks to $3 million in NASA funding, underrepresented students will have the opportunity to build miniature satellites to help scientists study the surface of asteroids.

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