2020 was a great year for the BYU Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering. While it was full of challenges, students and faculty viewed every challenge as an opportunity to innovate.
King Husein's donations funded an ethics-focused group within the BYU Engineering IMMERSE research program.
The Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering Cybersecurity program, established in 2018, is ranked number ten in best schools for bachelor degrees in cybersecurity, according to Cyber Degrees EDU. Cyber Degrees EDU seeks to provide independent, unbiased and comprehensive resources for students to pursue higher education in cybersecurity and computer science.
A startup created from and fueled by BYU tech, is the fastest growing simulation company in America, ranking No. 594 in the Inc. 5000 list. The company grew out of the research of BYU professor Michael Scott and builds engineering simulation software commonly used in the automotive and defense industries.
All teams face problems. Successful teams candidly discuss and resolve them. Learn proven principles for how to handle difficult conversations from a certified trainer.
Come see the projects that our teams have created and get a chance to vote on your favorite one! Voting will begin at noon on Friday March 12th and will end at noon on Friday March 16th. Link will be posted on this page prior to the event.
The finalist teams will give their presentation to judges in front of a large crowd. Each finalist team will receive $4,000 just for competing in the final event. Finals competition winners will receive total cash awards of 1st place - $12,000, 2nd place - $10,000, 3rd place - $8,000, and Crowd Favorite - $2,000. Watch on Facebook Live at @BYUEngineering.