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3 ECE companies make the Silicon 60 List – again!
  1. 3 ECE companies make the Silicon 60 List – again!

    Ambiq Micro, Crossbar, Inc., and PsiKick, are leading the way in ultra-low power chip design, pioneering computer memory, and ultra-low power wireless sensor platforms.

  2. Engineering friendship

    Alum startup Jetivity aims to bring people together around shared interests with a free platform for posting activities.

  3. EECS students make career connections at NSBE conference

    55 U-M engineers attended the convention, themed “Reimagining Your Future,” and developed vital connections in their field.

  4. Using data science to achieve ultra-low dose CT image reconstruction

    Ultra-low dose CT scans that provide superior image quality could not only benefit patients, but they could open up entirely new clinical applications.

  5. Four EECS companies make Crain’s list of most innovative companies, and one tops the list

    This annual ranking of innovative companies in SE Michigan is based on the quality of patents received during the past year.

  6. Next generation laser plasma accelerator

    One of the most promising avenues for achieving new target levels of high peak intensity and high average power in an ultrafast laser system is to turn to fiber lasers.

  7. ECE alumna Ruba Borno to join Cisco’s new executive team

    The young executive has an extensive history in both the business and tech worlds.

  8. The Mad Scientist’s Lab: A look inside Mitch Rohde and Quantum Signal’s school-sized playhouse

    Don’t let the retro arcade games and oscilloscopes fool you – Mitch’s company is as modern as they come.

  9. Silicon valley entrepreneurs help bring WIMS2 technology to the world

    Shahin and Sassan discussed everything from the acquisition trends of small vs. large companies to the importance of building a team with a range of expertise.

  10. Iverson Bell – Researching the future of space satellites

    Mr. Bell is investigating the potential of electrodynamic tether propulsion technology to enhance the capabilities of an emerging class of smartphone-sized satellites.