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Fighting the good fight
  1. Fighting the good fight

    Elsie MacGill shattered barriers as the world’s first female aeronautical engineer and played a pivotal role in streamlining aircraft production.

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  2. Helping students set a course

    A professor and his wife set up a scholarship based on their experiences with getting to know their students

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  3. Focused ambitions

    While hunger for an artificial intelligence that can think like a human remains unsated, AI continues to appear in our lives in smaller ways.

  4. Advancing chips for the auto sector is the goal of new Michigan-based initiative

    U-Michigan joins industry, state, education partners to develop talent and technology.

  5. Johanna Mathieu awarded 2023 IEEE PES Wanda Reder Pioneer in Power Award

    Mathieu is a national leader on research to reduce the environmental impact, cost, and inefficiency of electric power systems.

  6. Building curious machines

    We know more about Mars than our own oceans and lakes. Could artificial intelligence provide answers?

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  7. New undergraduate courses prepare students for the Second Quantum Revolution

    Quantum information science and engineering is one of the hottest fields in engineering – and ECE wants to make it accessible to everyone.

  8. Gregory Robinson details the journey of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope for Gilleo Lectureship

    Under Robinson’s leadership, the James Webb Space Telescope project went from being years behind schedule and billions over-budget to one of NASA’s greatest achievements of the 21st century.

  9. In a new Technical Sales course, students practice the skill set of selling technology to businesses

    Alum Eli Neumann, the Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales Engineers, co-designed the Center for Entrepreneurship course.

  10. Quantum entanglement could make accelerometers and dark matter detectors more precise

    And yes, they are looking to miniaturize it for smartphone dead reckoning.

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