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Material simulation with quantum accuracy wins Gordon Bell Prize
  1. Material simulation with quantum accuracy wins Gordon Bell Prize

    The prestigious award offered by the Association for Computing Machinery goes to the team of U-M mechanical engineering professor Vikram Gavini.

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  2. Building Flint’s trust in its drinking water

    Even with lead service line replacement, the city’s water has issues that require public education.

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  3. Building a chemical ‘GPT’ to help design a key battery component

    Taking inspiration from the word-predicting large language models, a U-M team is kickstarting an atom-predicting model with 200,000 node hours on Argonne’s Polaris.

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  4. Alum Mo Faisal on building a successful semiconductor company

    Faisal, the 2023 ECE Rising Star Alumni Award recipient, founded Movellus based on his doctoral research conducted under Prof. David Wentzloff.

  5. $3M to boost state-of-the-art solar manufacturing

    An effort led by U-M could enable industrial competitors to collectively build a predictive model that speeds the development of advanced solar cells.

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  6. Scientists observe composite superstructure growth from nanocrystals in real time

    The findings could enable engineers to more reliably manufacture next-gen materials by combining different nanocrystals.

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  7. Nanoparticle quasicrystal constructed with DNA

    The breakthrough opens the way for designing and building more complex structures.

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  8. Michigan Engineering to launch semiconductor training program as part of statewide effort

    The University of Michigan’s latest program to grow the microchip workforce aims to reach up to 600 participants a year.

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  9. LG AI Research and CSE build on successful partnership

    A delegation from LG AI Research visited campus to review LG-funded projects in process and discuss future collaborations.

  10. New phone case provides workaround for inaccessible touchscreens

    Touchscreens are everywhere but not built for everyone. A new device could help bridge that gap, helping users access ticket kiosks, restaurant menus and more.

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