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Geothermal at Davos: a Q&A with Karthik Duraisamy
  1. Geothermal at Davos: a Q&A with Karthik Duraisamy

    Karthik Duraisamy, a University of Michigan professor of aerospace engineering, participated in a roundtable on geothermal energy at the World Economic Forum.

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  2. 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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  3. Experts across the aviation industry discussed routes to a sustainable future at U-M symposium

    The Michigan Initiative for Sustainable Aviation assembled reps from aircraft and engine manufacturers, the airline industry, airport operations, sustainable aviation startups and more.

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  4. Educating engineers as whole people

    Researching education leads the way to a diverse, impactful community of professionals.

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  5. Aero alum helps others soar

    “Our undergraduate experiences were
    so foundational for both of us that
    we wanted to help others receive the
    same foundation we’ve had.”

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  6. Electric aviation: Battery experts, aero entrepreneurs, state leaders and venture capitalists converge

    ‘Here, we have industry and expertise. Take that and combine it with belief—and magic happens.’

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  7. ‘Principled action’

    A retrospective on the impactful U-M career of departing dean Alec D. Gallimore.

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  8. The storied history of a leading space propulsion lab

    Alec Gallimore upcycled a lunar rover testing chamber into a world-class electric propulsion center.

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  9. Unbreakable bonds

    The properties of PFAS are so great that we have used these chemicals widely—so widely that now they contaminate our water, our air, our land and our bodies. What can we do about it? Engineers have some ideas, although it’s not going to be easy.

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  10. M.A.R.S. Dialogues explore the ethics underpinning aerospace today and a spacefaring future

    Students, faculty and staff discuss aerospace culture and challenge narratives that are often assumed to be true.

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