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GenAI diffusion models learn to generate new content more consistently than expected
  1. GenAI diffusion models learn to generate new content more consistently than expected

    Award-winning research led by Prof. Qing Qu discovered an intriguing phenomenon that diffusion models consistently produce nearly identical content starting from the same noise input, regardless of model architectures or training procedures.

  2. Linking online and offline social networks to better predict real world impact

    Prof. Lei Ying leads a new MURI that is focused on the interplay between online and offline networks and how they could impact disruptive behavior and events.

  3. 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.

  4. Shaping the quantum future with lightwave electronics

    The semiconductor-compatible technology is a million times faster than existing electronics and could give us access to an entire new world of quantum phenomena.

  5. Soon-to-be most powerful laser in the US is open for experiments

    The NSF-supported facility at U-M is about to begin welcoming researchers to study extreme physics that could advance medicine, microelectronics and more.

    The post Soon-to-be most powerful laser in the US is open for experiments appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  6. U-Michigan a partner in two CHIPS Act Midwest microelectronics hubs

    The latest DoD funding announcements bolster Michigan Engineering’s efforts to support revitalization of the U.S. semiconductor sector.

    The post U-Michigan a partner in two CHIPS Act Midwest microelectronics hubs appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  7. Research describing quantum-inspired computational imaging earns impact award

    This Q&A with award co-recipient Alfred Hero offers a glimpse into the emerging field of single photon imaging.

  8. Wireless and battery-free sensors for sustainable smart cities

    The sensors will provide real-time data for smart decision-making by allowing the natural environment and the built environment to communicate seamlessly.

  9. New global partnership aims to advance renewable energy generation with net-zero hydrogen production technologies

    The Global Hydrogen Production Technologies (HyPT) Center seeks to create a viable pathway to decarbonize energy-intensive industries such as ammonia, steel, cement, aluminum, transportation, and more.

  10. Research seeking to improve integration of renewable energy into the grid wins R&D 100 award

    Led by Prof. Johanna Mathieu, the project utilizes strategic control of air conditioners to improve the overall efficiency and reliability of the power grid.