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Ashley Jian receives Barbour Scholarship to further her research on high-power electronics
  1. Ashley Jian receives Barbour Scholarship to further her research on high-power electronics

    Jian works to improve the efficiency of high-power electronics for better energy security and sustainability.

  2. Anna Stuhlmacher awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for her research that could help integrate renewable energy sources into the power grid

    Stuhlmacher is working to optimize the interaction between the power distribution network and the drinking water distribution network to improve the sustainability, flexibility, and resiliency of both systems.

  3. David Fouhey receives NSF CAREER Award for vision system to perceive the interactive world

    His goal is to build AI systems that can recognize and understand a 3D and interactive world from a single image.

  4. Longer, more intense allergy seasons could result from climate change

    Rising temperatures, increased CO2 will drive trees, grasses, weeds to produce more pollen.

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  5. An all-female thesis defense committee

    A PhD student and four faculty members reflect on the role gender has played in their lives as engineers—and the progress the field has made.

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  6. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts March 7-11

    Highlights include Slate and Physics World

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  7. Avian secret: The key to agile bird flight is switching quickly between stable and unstable gliding

    The finding could have implications for future agile autonomous aerial vehicles.

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  8. Subhajit Mohanty awarded Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic Achievement

    Mohanty’s research is focused on advancing high electron mobility transistors for next generation wireless technologies.

  9. Ashley Jian awarded Marian Sarah Parker Prize from the College of Engineering

    Jian’s research is focused on improving the efficiency of high-power electronics, which is important for energy security and sustainability.

  10. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts February 28 – March 4

    Highlights include Axios and The Wall Street Journal.

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