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A brain game may predict your risk of infection
  1. A brain game may predict your risk of infection

    When a person’s cognitive function is highly variable, they’re likely to be more infectious and have more symptoms after exposure to a respiratory virus.

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  2. ‘I’m supposed to be here’

    A Ph.D. student shares his remarkable path from Cuba to chemical engineering at U-M.

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  3. Elizabeth Holm named Next Materials Science and Engineering Chair

    U-M alum will return to Materials Science and Engineering January 1

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  4. New activity trackers for dolphin conservation

    Experiments with custom-made biologging devices offer new insight into dolphin swimming and energy requirements.

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  5. Microelectronics researchers plan new initiative, enhanced collaboration to aid semiconductor industry

    Leaders in microelectronics from across Michigan Engineering gathered to plan the formation of Michigan’s Advanced Vision for Education and Research in Integrated Circuits, with an eye to building industry partnerships and strengthening US leadership.

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  6. Major breakthrough in dynamic graph algorithms earns Best Paper

    Thatchaphol Saranurak and collaborators were recognized at SODA ’23 for their work that broke an approximation barrier in dynamic graph matching.

  7. Duraisamy to lead Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering

    “I am looking forward to working with the incredible talent we have at U-M to expand the frontiers of computational science, and in more firmly establishing the role of computing in solving the grand challenge problems facing humanity.”

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  8. Diversity and inclusiveness are an essential part of the pursuit of AI at CSE

    The Michigan AI Lab is focused on building a community of diverse viewpoints in an effort to reduce the bias we see in the exploding world of artificial intelligence.

  9. “It’s a supportive and collaborative environment” — making connections as a PhD candidate in and outside the classroom

    U-M CSE PhD candidate Sarah Jabbour discusses how collaboration is centered in her experience as a graduate student.

  10. “It’s a supportive and collaborative environment” — making connections as a PhD student in and outside the classroom

    U-M CSE PhD candidate Sarah Jabbour discusses how collaboration is centered in her experience as a graduate student.