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  1. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts March 28 – April 1

    Highlights include Marketplace and the Washington Post.

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  2. Exoskeletons with personalize-your-own settings

    Users who could adjust the timing, torque of an ankle exoskeleton typically found comfortable settings in under two minutes.

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  3. Teaching Machine Learning in ECE

    With new courses at the UG and graduate level, ECE is delivering state-of-the-art instruction in machine learning for students in ECE, and across the University

  4. Immune to hacks: Inoculating deep neural networks to thwart attacks

    The adaptive immune system serves as a template for defending neural nets from confusion-sowing attacks

  5. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts March 21-25

    Highlights include the Washington Post and Marketplace.

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  6. New textbook provides hands-on guide for learning about chaotic dynamics and electronic circuits

    The book was co-authored by ECE Master’s student Wesley Joo-Chen Thio and Professor Emeritus Julien Sprott of U Wisconsin.

  7. LG AI Research opens North American Artificial Intelligence Research Center in Ann Arbor with strong ties to U-M

    The LG AI Research Center, and its partnership with U-M, represents a commitment by LG to become a leader in developing advanced AI technologies.

  8. Twisted vibrations enable quality control for chiral drugs and supplements

    Terahertz light creates twisting vibrations in biomolecules such as proteins, confirming whether their compositions and structures are safe and effective.

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  9. Alireza Ramyar awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for his research on power processing architectures for improved sustainability

    Ramyar’s research focuses on how power and energy can be transformed, extracted from clean power generation, and stored effectively and sustainably.

  10. Touheed Anwar Atif awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for his research on quantum information and quantum computing

    Atif’s coding framework addresses quantum information network coding problems and has helped uncover new insights into the world of quantum information.