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Scott Hanson receives 2014 Arbor Networks Ph.D. Research Impact Award
  1. Scott Hanson receives 2014 Arbor Networks Ph.D. Research Impact Award

    Dr. Hanson is the co-founder of a startup semiconductor company that plans to lead the low-power revolution in electronics by powering the Internet of Things.

  2. Prof. Becky Peterson awarded DARPA Young Faculty Award to investigate new materials for power semiconductor devices

    Peterson’s findings could be used in wireless sensing and actuation systems, including those that deal with monitoring of the environment and medical conditions.

  3. Prof. Pallab Bhattacharya to receive 2015 IEEE David Sarnoff Award

    Since coming to the University in 1984, Bhattacharya has pioneered several important technological advances.

  4. Fighting lung cancer: Faster image processing for low-radiation CT scans

    This advance could be important for fighting lung cancers, as symptoms often appear too late for effective treatment.

  5. Iverson Bell’s small satellite wins big

    Iverson developed an experimental facility to simulate key characteristics of the space environment.

  6. Peter Tchoryk: An entrepreneurial CEO

    At MAC, Peter’s been able to combine his passions for scientific research and entrepreneurial creation.

  7. Shrinking the size of optical systems, exponentially

    The researchers believe that metasurfaces could one day be used to completely control the phase, amplitude, and polarization of light.

  8. Parinaz Naghizadeh, Researcher in economic network security, is named a Barbour Scholar

    Parinaz’s research is in combining communications with economics to assess the security of a network and then apply that to cyber-insurance contracts.

  9. T-ray converts light to sound for weapons detection, medical imaging

    U-M researchers demonstrated a unique terahertz detector and imaging system that could bridge the terahertz gap.

  10. Leaders in ultra low power cicuits and systems presenting at VLSI Circuits Symposium

    All of the research being presented focuses on getting the absolute best performance from the tiniest circuits, sensors, and electronic devices.