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Star Wars tech: How far are we? Chewie gets answers
  1. Star Wars tech: How far are we? Chewie gets answers

    Chewie talks to experts about spacecraft thrusters, light sabers, droids, carbonite and holograms.

    The post Star Wars tech: How far are we? Chewie gets answers appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  2. Researchers Receive NSF/Intel Award to Develop Visual Recognition System for Wearable Devices

    The researchers are finding a solution to implement state-of-the-art vision systems in wearable devices where there is little heat dissipation

  3. First-ever ECE Career Fair builds student careers and alumni connections

    Local companies set up stands in the EECS Atrium to recruit from over 200 graduate and undergraduate students.

  4. Ashraf Dahod: 2015 CoE Alumni Medal Award Winner

    Dahod has combined an understanding of technology with a knack for recognizing market opportunities and built a string of successful technology companies.

  5. Jimmy Hsiao – A local player in a global market

    Jimmy founded Logic Solutions, Inc., a consulting company offering website development, web and mobile applications, and other tech solutions to companies around the world.

  6. Jeff Fessler receives Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award

    Prof. Fessler has revolutionized medical imaging with groundbreaking mathematical models and algorithms that improve both safety and quality.

  7. Claude Gauthier and OmniPhy: Connecting to the ethernet revolution

    Dr. Gauthier is co-founder and CTO of the semiconductor interface intellectual property (IP) company, OmniPhy.

  8. Distinguished lecturer embarks on water quality talk tour

    Nancy Love, professor of civil & environmental engineering, embarks on a year-long water quality talk tour as a distinguished lecturer for the Association of Environmental Engineering & Science Professors Foundation.

    The post Distinguished lecturer embarks on water quality talk tour appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  9. $3.46M to Combine Machine Learning on Big Data with Physical Simulations

    The focal point of the project will be a new computing resource, called ConFlux, which is designed to enable supercomputer simulations to interface with large datasets while running.

  10. Michigan Researchers Win Best Paper Award at VLDB 2015

    The paper proposes an interactive natural language interface for relational databases, which enables novice users to construct complex queries.