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Gain Expertise in Semiconductor Packaging with ASU’s Fundamental Concepts and Drivers Badge

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University is proud to launch its Semiconductor Packaging: Fundamental Concepts and Drivers badge. This course is designed to provide foundational knowledge and practical skills in semiconductor packaging, which are essential for driving innovation in the electronics manufacturing industry.

ASU Equips CMI Group Employees with Fundamentals of GD&T micro-badge

Precision and attention to detail are paramount in today's highly competitive manufacturing landscape. To empower its workforce with the knowledge required to produce flawless designs and products, CMI Group has partnered with Arizona State University's Ira A.

ASU Unveils Modeling and Control of Industrial Robots Badge: A Gateway to Advanced Robotics Manufacturing

Amidst the global push towards advanced manufacturing, skilled professionals in industrial robotics are in high demand. ASU's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering introduces the Modeling and Control of Industrial Robots (MCIR) Badge, designed to elevate your expertise in robotic systems.

Top State Department official visits ASU to kick off international semiconductor supply chain initiative

Ramin Toloui, assistant secretary of the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, tours the university's MacroTechnology Works facility before meeting with ASU and local semiconductor industry leaders

ASU hosts first event at newly established US-ASEAN Center

US State Department officials, ASEAN representatives discuss priority areas, programmatic suggestions for new center

February 28, 2024

ASU Engineering Releases Microcontroller Applications: Programming and Electrical Basics to Integration Badge

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, microcontrollers have become the unsung heroes, quietly powering countless devices and systems we interact with daily. From household appliances and automobiles to industrial machinery and cutting-edge robotics, these tiny yet mighty components are at the forefront of innovation.