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Kang G. Shin recognized with Distinguished Leadership Award by IEEE Computer Society Technical & Conference Activities Board
  1. Kang G. Shin recognized with Distinguished Leadership Award by IEEE Computer Society Technical & Conference Activities Board

    His work in the area of real-time computing has spanned decades and has had impact in a broad range of applications.

  2. Thomas Wenisch selected as Maurice Wilkes Award Recipient

    The award recognizes Prof. Wenisch’s contributions to memory persistency and energy-efficient systems.

  3. Precision health in the palm of your hand

    Recent breakthrough developments in technologies for real-time genome sequencing, analysis, and diagnosis are poised to deliver a new standard of personalized care.

  4. Jason Flinn earns Test of Time award for 1999 invention of adaptable battery use in mobile apps

    The approaches to energy adaptation he proposed are now commonplace, and the applications he analyzed (web browsers, voice recognition, video players, and maps) are still ubiquitous.

  5. ADA Center holds 2020 symposium with virtual attendance, highlighting new research into computer design

    The symposium highlighted new developments in computer architecture, and included a session on how the center’s research can contribute to limiting the impact of pandemics.

  6. Beyond Moore’s law: $16.7M for advanced computing projects

    DARPA’s initiative to reinvigorate the microelectronics industry draws deeply on Michigan Engineering expertise.

    The post Beyond Moore’s law: $16.7M for advanced computing projects appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  7. Michigan chips will be first to test next-generation hardware design tools

    U-M team will serve as model for nimble and innovative system-on-chip design.

  8. New $32M center reimagines how computers are designed

    ‘You shouldn’t need a Ph.D. to design new computing systems.’

  9. Pressure-sensing smartphones: Software lets mobile devices feel force

    New software developed by CSE engineers and inspired, in part, by a Batman movie, could give any smartphone the capacity to sense force or pressure on its screen or body.

  10. Passwords, privacy and protection: Can Apple meet FBI’s demand without creating a ‘backdoor’?

    Prof. H.V. Jagadish sheds light on current issues regarding data privacy and technology.