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First light soon at the most powerful laser in the US
  1. First light soon at the most powerful laser in the US

    The ZEUS laser at the University of Michigan has begun its commissioning experiments

  2. ZEUS Joins International Community of Extreme Light Virtuosos

    As a member of the X-lites program, ZEUS joins an international community of extreme light labs working together to advance laser science for the benefit of society

  3. MRover crowned champions of the University Rover Challenge

    From autonomously navigating rocky terrain to testing soil for signs of life, the Michigan Mars Rover team bested their competition and took first place at the international competition.

  4. Katie Bouman talks legacy of the black hole imaging project and favorite U-M memories

    Before Bouman became the face of the project that brought us the first ever image of a black hole, she was wowing ECE professors with design projects and hoarding Domino’s pizza with her HKN family.

  5. Anthony England, former NASA astronaut, professor, and dean, retires

    England has dedicated more than two decades of his distinguished career helping students reach for the stars to understand more about Earth and other planets.

  6. Most powerful laser in the U.S. to begin operations soon, supported by $18.5M from the NSF

    With first light anticipated in 2022, the NSF will provide five years of operations funding, ramping up as the ZEUS user facility progresses to full capacity.

  7. Tracking ocean microplastics from space

    Satellites give new insights on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, plus sources and flows of ocean microplastic.

    The post Tracking ocean microplastics from space appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  8. A MiTEE student and her quest to shape the future of space satellites

    Maya Pandya, an Electrical Engineering senior, is a key member of the student team working to design a new generation of CubeSats that may revolutionize how we monitor space environments and provide a new method for interplanetary communication.

  9. Pioneering a way to keep very small satellites in orbit

    More than 250 students had a hand in a satellite scheduled to launch on January 17th, the first in space for a project to keep nanosats in orbit by harnessing Earth’s magnetic field.

    The post Pioneering a way to keep very small satellites in orbit appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  10. Student works on a NASA quantum satellite link

    ECE master’s student Conner Stevons completed a remote internship at the NASA Glenn Research Center where he worked on Marconi 2.0, NASA’s plan to bridge quantum technology with a telecommunications system.