As an urban-serving university, industry partnerships are a critical component of our community involvement. We work with companies of all sizes, across a range of industries, to speed innovation and commercialization and foster a vibrant engineering community.
Industry partnerships help to engage our students—from undergraduate through doctoral levels—in research projects. You’ll get access to highly skilled researchers, and build an early relationship with our students before they graduate. Our students gain valuable hands-on experience preparing them for the transition to working engineers.
Help us build a strong pipeline of future engineers through scholarships and fellowships.
Work with faculty researchers
Our faculty are pursuing transdisciplinary research endeavors. Find faculty projects that affect your industry, connect with researchers to advance technology or license existing technologies.
Join a research center
Fulton Engineering is home to more than 30 research centers and institutes. As an industry partner in a center, you gain access to research updates and shared intellectual property, a network of university, government and industry colleagues, and have the opportunity to help steer the technology development path.
Tour our facilities
We have more than one million square feet of space in our existing facilities, providing room for our growing faculty to advance use-inspired research. Additionally visit ASU Core Facilities to learn about our state-of the art facilities and equipment, as well as specialized services.
- Intel Corporation
- Salt River Project (SRP)
- Products Vietnam Co., Ltd.
- Chevron Energy and Technology Company
- Semiconductor Research Corporation
- Arizona Public Service (APS)
- Cyberonics, Inc.
- Solar Turbines, Inc.
- Texas Instruments
- Raytheon Missile Systems
- Universal Display Corporation
- Ganotec, Inc.
- Northrop Grumman
- Space Micro, Inc.
- Southern California Edison Company
- Honeywell Inc.
- Medtronic, Inc.
- Southwest Gas Corporation
- China Electric Power Research Institute
- General Atomics
- First Solar
- British Columbia Transmission Corporation