A former auto industry executive has been named director of the state-funded center.
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A new formula makes sense of the way batteries respond to different alternating current frequencies, revealing materials, structures, faults and more.
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Deep learning models that power giants like TikTok and Amazon, as well as tools like ChatGPT, could save energy without new hardware or infrastructure.
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Mingyan Liu, renowned for her research specializing in communication networks and cybersecurity, has served as Chair of ECE since 2018. (video of the talk now available)
Students networked with alums, tested demos of new technology, and toured labs at HPE, NASA, Ambiq, Dell, Torc Robotics, and NI.
The results of monitoring for diseases beyond COVID-19 are now publicly available for Ann Arbor, Flint, Jackson, Tecumseh and Ypsilanti.
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New virtual testing environment breaks the ‘curse of rarity’ for autonomous vehicle emergency decision-making.
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Integrating a new ferroelectric semiconductor, it paves the way for single amplifiers that can do the work of multiple conventional amplifiers, among other possibilities.
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Wintenberg is developing computer algorithms and tools to improve the security of cyber and cyber-physical systems.
Aditya is creating high-resolution, accessible, scalable, and portable imaging radars that are 200x cheaper and 100x smaller than what is currently available.