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Five EECS faculty and alumni recognized for business success
  1. Five EECS faculty and alumni recognized for business success

    Nominees were selected based on their career accomplishments, impact in their field, and contributions to their community.

  2. Blaauw, Sylvester are 2019 Distinguished University Innovators

    Pioneering computer technology that is spurring innovation and disruption across industries has earned David Blaauw and Dennis Sylvester, professors of electrical engineering and computer science, this year’s Distinguished University Innovator Award.

  3. Commission on Carbon Neutrality talks progress, environmental justice at town hall

    Prof. Stephen Forrest, who serves as co-chair of the commission, attended the forum to address concerns and give updates on the plan of action.

  4. A World Record for Robotic Deep Freeze Walking

    Cassie Blue, the bipedal robot, takes advantage of the 2019 polar vortex to set a record-breaking walk.

  5. Channel Coding for Next Generation 5G and Beyond

    With the help of two NSF awards totaling $1.7m, Prof. Hessam Mahdavifar is tackling new problems to improve the reliability of communication systems for 5G and beyond.

  6. Commission co-chairs: Climate change solutions need broad commitment

    An update on the work done by U-M’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality, co-chaired by Prof. Stephen Forrest.

  7. Can organic solar cells last – even into the next millennium? These might.

    Finally, proof that organic photovoltaics can be as reliable as inorganic, with real-life desert testing

  8. AI-powered Whatsapp Bot fights fake news in India

    CE undergrad Amulya Parmar designed a machine learning algorithm to curb fake news as part of the Tavtech Fellowship program.

  9. Electrify goes to Detroit

    Electrify hosted its first Detroit Tech Camp at the Michigan Engineering Zone this summer to give Detroit-area students greater access to engage with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

  10. U-M researchers provide control software to ensure autonomous vehicles stay in their lane

    The team was awarded a Best New Application Paper Award by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society for their work developing reliable control systems for Lane Keeping and Adaptive Cruise Control.