Study solar winds, explore exoplanets, and transport robots and humans to new places in our solar system.
Are long-term orbital platforms or mining operations on the moon in our future? If private industry leads the way with new rocket development, who will benefit from new scientific findings and technological advances?
Departments conducting research relating to Space Exploration, Commercialization, and Defense are wide-ranging. Learn more about the multi-disciplinary approaches to gaining Space Exploration, Commercialization, and Defense in your undergraduate degree.
Sheth is the co-founder of Inspiritus Health and has developed a simple to use, non-invasive medical device that keeps patients’ muscles engaged when they are on a ventilator to prevent muscle atrophy.
The nation is using inexpensive commodity equipment to block 170K domains on more than 1K privately-owned ISPs.
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Voxel51 uses AI processing to identify and track objects and activities through video clips.
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Censored Planet could provide new insight into the flow of online information
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Subscription service offers real-time monitoring
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July 30 virtual event highlights future lunar and deep space missions, the technologies to get there, and U-M’s research contributions to space exploration.
For 75 years, SPRL has sent instruments skyward to help us better understand Earth, space, our sun and more.
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Highlights include Bloomberg, New York Times and the Detroit News.
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Joaquim Martins pioneers high-fidelity simulations that bring together multiple disciplines. Recently incorporated into NASA’s open-source software, and being considered for adoption by aircraft manufacturers, the approach has the potential to change the game in aircraft design and other engineering systems.
To ensure that our species endures, we must advance space-based technologies and break our interdisciplinary boundaries.
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Untangling the signatures of smuggled nuclear materials from the radiation background created by shooting neutrons at suspected cargo is the task of U-M research team.
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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.
A research profile of Prof. Gérard Mourou and other ECE scientists talks about the future of lasers, from transmuting nuclear waste to shooting space junk.
The algorithm can pick out weak signals from nuclear weapons materials, hidden in ordinary radiation sources like fertilizer.
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Understanding nuclear enrichment and what it means for the “Iran nuclear deal.”
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Many nuclear engineers who work in national security are headed for retirement. This initiative helps make sure we don’t drop the baton.
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Secret nuclear power reactors could be detected by capturing elusive antineutrinos.
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Listen to Sara Pozzi and colleagues at Oregon State discuss nuclear nonproliferation today and technologies on the horizon.
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Inside the new Nuclear Engineering Labs, researchers in the nation’s top-ranked nuclear engineering program will focus on advancing nuclear security, nonproliferation, safety and energy.
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Highlights include the Los Angeles Times.
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Highlights include Vox and the New York Times.
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NASA undertakes a comprehensive look at a critical atmospheric buffer between us and the sun, powered in part by University of Michigan researchers and alumni.
University of Michigan researchers were able to accurately predict when and where the probe would cross an important barrier in the sun’s atmosphere.
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In The Conversation, Chris Ruf explains how CYGNSS can find the source ocean microplastics and aid in future clean up.
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Highlights include Popular Science, CNet and Science Alert
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More than 250 students had a hand in a satellite launching on January 10th, the first in space for a project to keep nanosats in orbit by harnessing Earth’s magnetic field.
Ocean wind tracker is finding new uses for inland studies.
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Powered by a broadband infrared laser, the device can zero in on the ‘spectral fingerprint region’.
Vehicles that perceive obstacles that aren’t really there could cause traffic accidents.
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The frame in which a human marks out the boundaries of an object makes a huge difference in how well AI software can identify that object through the rest of the video.
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Part of the team that brought us the world’s smallest computer in 2015 brings the future of computing technology into the present.
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Could censorship end the internet as we know it? Not if Roya Ensafi can help it.
A self-erasing chip for security and anti-counterfeit tech.
Ironpatch could head off growing danger of security vulnerabilities in vehicle systems.
A Q&A with J. Alex Halderman, who co-founded the nonprofit organization.
Expert advice for voting in an unprecedented election.
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Researchers carried out the first study on voter behavior with electronic assistive devices, found 93% missed incorrect ballots.
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Patches can provide protection.
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U-M profs weigh new business model, European-style regulation
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In this video, CSE PhD Student Matt Bernhard weighs in on the matter Facebook data harvesting, such as that done by Cambridge Analytica.
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Censys is the first commercially available internet-wide scanning tool. It helps IT experts to secure large networks with a constantly changing array of devices.
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.
A professor of electrical engineering and computer science is awarded one of engineering’s top honors.
Predicting future disasters is an important goal of those participating in the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
Willingale’s research in plasma physics advances many research areas from spectacular astrophysical phenomena to cancer treatment to fusion power.
The Center for Entrepreneurship profiles a team of EECS students, who are working to develop the next generation of delivery vehicles.
Prof. Ozay’s award-winning work will be used in future space missions
The ZEUS laser at the University of Michigan has begun its commissioning experiments
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
The ECE startup builds neuromorphic computer chips uniquely suitable for AI applications
Mingyan Liu, recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Innovator of the Year award, gave a talk about her startup company and participated on a panel discussing data science commercialiation.
This new book by Mingyan Liu offers an engineering and strategic approach to improving cybersecurity through cyber insurance
The workshop, co-organized by a team including two EECS faculty, focused on ensuring the safety of Level 3 autonomous vehicles, where humans must be ready to take over control.
Zhang is working to improve data security and address important ethical issues related to AI and discriminatory data sets.
With $7.5M MURI grant, Professor Anthony Grbic is developing metamaterials for a new generation of integrated electromagnetic and photonic systems.
Yektakhah’s system improves on the speed, portability, and accuracy of many commercial models
One of the paper describes and demonstrates a malicious hardware backdoor. The other demonstrated security failings in a commercial smart home platform.
Thomas and his group are working to improve upon artificial neural network design through a process called sparse coding.
Her dissertation focused on “opacity,” which captures whether a given secret of the system can be inferred by intruders who observe the behavior of the system.
She computationally measures, represents, and analyzes human behavior data to illuminate fundamental human behavior and emotion perception, and develop natural human-machine interfaces.
The IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society is a remote sensing organization with more than 3700 members around the globe.
Peterson’s findings could be used in wireless sensing and actuation systems, including those that deal with monitoring of the environment and medical conditions.
Since coming to the University in 1984, Bhattacharya has pioneered several important technological advances.
The researchers believe that metasurfaces could one day be used to completely control the phase, amplitude, and polarization of light.
The research group developed special fabrication processes that allows them to stack and bond seven different devices in layers.
By shining the laser on a target and analyzing the reflected light, researchers can tell the chemical composition of the target.
The technology could potentially identify a hidden weapon from a distance in less than a second.
McCullagh is working to develop energy harvesting devices and circuits to power wireless sensor nodes which can monitor bridge health.
The carbon nanotube carpet is about half the thickness of a sheet of paper and absorbs 99.9 percent of the light that hits it.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mi-TEE (Miniature Tether Electrodynamics Experiment) is a University of Engineering project directed by Prof. Brian Gilchrist that aims to test the tethering technology in space.
Speaking to a full house in Rackham, Dr. Katie Bouman – Michigan ECE alum – explained the history and science of the project that gave us the first ever photo of a black hole.
The three-petawatt system could unlock secrets of the universe, advance cancer treatments, improve security screenings for nuclear threats, and much more.
For the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, U-M ECE takes a look back – and a look forward – to how our professors, students, and alums have made their mark on the field.
MRover placed 7th overall at the annual challenge where rovers use AI to navigate tough terrain while collecting soil samples to practice testing for evidence of life in the universe.
Gehner’s academic career includes advancing power electronics and crafting new extraterrestrial vehicles for MRover. She received the IEEE Power and Energy Society Scholarship for her promising future in power and energy.
Gérard Mourou, Professor Emeritus of EECS, returned to campus to discuss winning the Nobel Prize and his work in high-intensity optics.
Lasers of tomorrow might neutralize nuclear waste, clean up space junk and advance proton therapy to treat cancer, says Gerard Mourou.
PhD student Brandon Russell is awarded the Rackham International Student Fellowship for his research on magnetic fields in high-energy plasmas, which could help advance the development of clean energy and our understanding of energetic astrophysical phenomena.
Havel Liu is working on a project to revolutionize satellite systems, improving communications during natural disasters and providing a blueprint for receiving future interplanetary voicemails
To dial in on exact wind speeds, researchers needed to reverse engineering the signals from satellites.
This year’s model, “Phoebe,” received a major design overhaul that gave her a speed boost and new codebase that can be used for years to come.
An award-winning modeling method will help us better understand our natural environment
The satellite mission to collect global data of surface soil moisture can help weather forecasting around the world.
Using some of the best lasers in the world, Willingale is shedding light on the impact of solar events on Earth.
Prof. Tsang is a world-renowned expert in the field of theoretical and computational electromagnetics, and in particular microwave remote sensing of the earth.
Planning to launch mid-2018, an exciting team of Michigan students is designing a space-based time capsule.
The Michigan Aeronautical Science Association (MASA) won the first ever Spaceport America Cup, an intercollegiate rocket engineering competition with over 110 teams from colleges and universities in eleven countries.
UM-SEDS co-President Arun Nagpal develops ENG 100 section to expose freshman to space science and atmospheric sensing.
Mr. Battel is an expert on low-noise instrumentation power systems and is internationally recognized for his expertise in the design and development of space high voltage systems.
Mr. Bell is investigating the potential of electrodynamic tether propulsion technology to enhance the capabilities of an emerging class of smartphone-sized satellites.
The tether could be used to deorbit out-of-use spacecraft, push spacecraft from low Earth orbit into higher orbits, or even push spacecraft out of Earth’s orbit altogether.
The SMAP mission is NASA’s most ambitious sensing project yet for measuring global soil moisture levels.
Iverson developed an experimental facility to simulate key characteristics of the space environment.
At MAC, Peter’s been able to combine his passions for scientific research and entrepreneurial creation.
Thanks to HERCULES, scientists are now able to study very dense plasmas — a crucial step in nuclear fusion and astrophysical research.
The proposed emitter incorporates plasmonic photoconductors to more efficiently convert power from incident laser light into terahertz radiation.
Berry is designing an emitter to operate as a light-weight, local oscillator for a terahertz spectroscopy system suitable for use in space.
SMAP is a satellite mission for mapping surface soil moisture and freeze/thaw states for the purpose of scientific advances and societal benefits.
For his research, Benson plans to utilize SAR in order to estimate variable vegetated parameters and monitor the planet’s crustal movement.
An expert health sciences entrepreneur, Rich is ready to repeat success with revolutionary technology.
Movellus Circuits won $25,000 in the University Research Highlight and People’s Choice categories
IoT applications are the next wave of computing and the next driving force of the semiconductor industry. The startup PsiKick [now Everactive] is helping shape this future.
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.
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.
ECE alum Rick Bergman, CEO of Synaptics, is working to make tomorrow’s technology user friendly, safe, and reliable. The company hopes to lead what they call “the human interface revolution.”
The Michigan Daily profiles Professors David Blaauw and Dennis Sylvester, who are this year’s recipients of the 2019 Distinguished University Innovator Award.
Analytic software company FICO of San Jose, Calif., bought QuadMetrics to help in its development of a FICO Enterprise Security Score.
QuadMetrics offers a pair of services to help companies both assess the effectiveness of their security and decide the best way to allocate (or increase) their security budget.
Built by students and funded by student VCs, the venture marks a new model for launching ideas into ventures.
Amulya Parmar started his first company at 15, and is committed to positive impact in all of his endeavors.
With new funding in the company, the hardtech startup is bringing revolutionary technologies to reshape mmWave wireless.
Brighter, crisper screens that draw half the power and lasts twice as long are possible with NS Nanotech’s next-gen LEDs.
Nominees were selected based on their career accomplishments, impact in their field, and contributions to their community.
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.
The global capital equipment company is looking to harness the engineering talent at U-M and power a brighter future with tech.
The Optics Society at U-M hosted an Industry Spotlight event, which brought academia, industry, and community together to celebrate all things optics and photonics.
Movellus is a U-M startup founded by alumni Dr. Mo Faisal (now CEO) and Dr. Jeff Fredenburg (now VP of Engineering).
Rick Bolander (BSE MSE EE ’83 ’85; MBA ’94, Harvard) has devoted his career to fulfilling the entrepreneurial dreams of others as much as his own.
Nine technologies competed for $75k in the ECE Innovator Program, which emphasizes a team approach to entrepreneurial success.
The incoming electrical and computer engineering chair talks about her vision for the future.
Alumnus Navid Yazdi develops sensors that accomplish incredible tasks.
The unexpected journey of father-and-daughter Raytheon engineers.
Fred Buhler founded Aweslome to provide custom-build chips for a broad range of applications, including machine learning, neural networks, security, and circuits testing.
MHacks winner Duncan Abbot wants his VR software startup, Gwdion, to change how humans interact with technology.
Vasanthakumar came back to Chennai in 2016 with a goal to reinvent traditional and widely used personal products, starting with one of the most versatile products –— the lunchbox.
This award is given to those for Distinguished Public Service that is expected to help tech employees
Cubeworks receives its first external funding to manufacture millimeter-scale computing devices
EE senior Duncan Abbot and his new startup Gwydion want to make VR worth the while. Their early projects range from therapy in children’s hospitals to helping materials scientists study 3D crystals.
Prof. Wei Lu and former student Dr. Sung Hyun Jo co-founded Crossbar, Inc. to tackle the physical limitations of conventional memory technology.
Larry Page changed the web forever in 1998, now he wants to change the world.
Hygieia automates and streamlines diabetes treatment, a disease affecting over 29 million Americans.
MEMStim’s technology is already two phases into pre-clinical testing in preparation for FDA examination. Very few MEMS devices have made it this far.
Local companies set up stands in the EECS Atrium to recruit from over 200 graduate and undergraduate students.
Dahod has combined an understanding of technology with a knack for recognizing market opportunities and built a string of successful technology companies.
Jimmy founded Logic Solutions, Inc., a consulting company offering website development, web and mobile applications, and other tech solutions to companies around the world.
Dr. Gauthier is co-founder and CTO of the semiconductor interface intellectual property (IP) company, OmniPhy.
Alum startup Jetivity aims to bring people together around shared interests with a free platform for posting activities.
55 U-M engineers attended the convention, themed “Reimagining Your Future,” and developed vital connections in their field.
This annual ranking of innovative companies in SE Michigan is based on the quality of patents received during the past year.
The young executive has an extensive history in both the business and tech worlds.
Don’t let the retro arcade games and oscilloscopes fool you – Mitch’s company is as modern as they come.
Prof. Forrest is widely acknowledged as one of the most successful academic inventors and entrepreneurs today.
May Mobility intends to gradually acclimate the public to the experience of autonomous driving.
Virta Laboratories was co-founded in part by Prof. Kevin Fu and former CSE postdoctoral researcher Denis Foo Kune.
Subarno Banerjee uses program analysis to improve software systems’ safety and security.
Jason Mars, CEO of Ann Arbor startup Clinc, was named #2 in Bank Innovations’s “10 Most innovative CEOs in Banking 2017” list. Clinc is leading the pack for development of intelligent banking assistant software.
Prof. Mao and her students have played an important role in understanding the efficiency, security, and performance of a number of mobile systems.
Let’s Encrypt allows anyone to request a free website security certificate without needing an invitation.
TrustForge, based on U-M research spearheaded by Austin and Bertacco, provides users with the ability to protect data using a process called sequestered encryption
A medical security expert outlines the risks and how hospitals can protect themselves.
Microphones that “hear” light; microprocessors that “tell” us secrets; self-driving cars that “see” fake objects; sensors that “feel” the wrong temperature. Our devices are under attack in new, increasingly sophisticated ways. Security researchers at CSE are exploring the limits of hardware and finding new, sobering vulnerabilities in our computers and homes.
Today, over 225 million websites are protected by free certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt.
The winning paper broke open a new area of investigation in hardware-based data leaks.
Censored Planet is releasing technical details for other researchers and for activists.
Prof. Roya Ensafi and PhD candidate Reethika Ramesh led organizing efforts for USENIX’s Tenth Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet.
The two organizations will connect their membership and partner networks to work on advancing security for life-saving devices.
The projects impact voting systems, physical sensors, integrated circuit fabrication, and multiple microarchitectural side-channel vulnerabilities.
Prof. Austin is a creative, outside-the-box thinker who has produced a body of work that has had extraordinary impact in the area of computer architecture.
The team says their framework can scalably and semi-automatically monitor the use of filtering technologies for censorship at global scale.
The proposal provides a chip-level safeguard against sensitive data being transmitted after it’s accessed.
The newly discovered microphone vulnerability allows attackers to remotely inject inaudible and invisible commands into voice assistants using light.
The new system is designed to save security researchers time and effort spent reverse-engineering the message format of every vehicle they study.
Technology pioneered by Michigan researchers can circumvent many effective website blocking tools
All three of these attacks put users’ privacy at risk, exploiting new routes to sensitive data.
The researchers demonstrated that an adversary could remotely manipulate the temperature sensor measurements without tampering with the targeted system or triggering automatic temperature alarms.
The research generated a chatbot to help users sift through important details in privacy policies.
The research suggests that common blacklist-based prevention systems are ineffective.
The meeting began the commission’s review and assessment of election security in Michigan.
The effort seeks to protect the integrity of every vote.
In congressional testimony, professor urges $370M in federal funding to replace outdated machines.
McDonald works to develop better privacy and security tools for marginalized communities
A team of researchers unearthed new data on geographic denial of access to web content in a new paper.
A new special topics course on election cybersecurity gives students an examination of the past, present, and future of US elections.
“The work is an important step towards understanding how to make tradeoffs between usability and security.”
When it comes to their smartphones, immigrants struggle to apply instinctive caution, according to a study by a team of University of Michigan researchers.
A large quantum computer could retroactively decrypt almost all internet communication ever recorded.
The vulnerability allows an attacker to manipulate a new intelligent traffic control algorithm and cause severe traffic jams.
What happened to people inside the U.S. Embassy in Havana?
From his days as an online poker playing undergrad to his current role as a technology developer, Josh has discovered a passion – and built a platform – for online learning.
This is the first time that a team from EECS 494 has signed a funded publishing deal.
By harnessing the power and speed of graphics processing units, a University of Michigan startup can dramatically accelerate gene sequencing, shortening tasks that took multiple days to a single hour.
UpRound works with national and local firms to accelerate the entrepreneurial ecosystem of the region.
Through EduTech, CS student Divyansh Sharma is working to deliver free video courses directly to Indian people in need of basic education.
SambaNova’s approach, stemming from work by Olukotun and co-founder Christopher Ré at Stanford University, seeks to create a new platform from scratch that is optimized specifically for AI operations.
Other investors include Detroit Venture Partners, Maven Ventures, SV Angel, Tandem Ventures, Trucks Ventures, and YCombinator.
Since graduating from U-M, Eric N. Vander Weele has helped grow Bloomberg’s technology division and increased efficiency and production for employees and clients.
Clinc has built Finie, the world’s most advanced voice-controlled A.I. platform for banking.
Finie, which can be referred to as the “Siri” of personal banking, is an artificial intelligence platform for banks that helps customers talk to their bank accounts in a natural and conversational way.
A Q&A with the Michigan Engineering alumni who founded Twilio, a “unicorn” in the tech industry.
Clinc has built Lucida, its state-of- the-art, open-source intelligent assistant and machine learning platform that allows developers and the open-source community to easily create and deploy personalized voice and vision-based intelligent assistants.
In order to bring HTTPS to everyone, Prof. Halderman joined forces in 2012 with colleagues at Mozilla and the Electronic Frontier Foundation to found Let’s Encrypt, a non-profit certificate authority with the mission of making the switch to HTTPS vastly easier.
Cogitai was formed with the aim of developing AI technology that empowers machines to learn from interaction with the real world.
Healthcare security company Virta Laboratories, Inc. has received a $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.
Entrepreneur Dhruv Gupta bui;d his web and mobile based weight management program that provides customized diet plans and exercises in 2011.
SkySpecs is currently in the process of launching their first product, the Guardian, which will help prevent collisions.
The startup helps college students find suitable places to live, while also helping landlords manage their properties.
Congratulations to these winning companies. Go Blue!
Congratulations to Keith Porter and Patrick Theisen!
Wei Lu talked about his innovations as the 2022 Distinguished University Innovator, followed by a panel discussion about the University’s role in fueling new high tech companies in the area.
Mechanical engineers at the University of Michigan are tackling mysteries of bone density loss in space and on Earth.
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Verma credits his distinguished 30-year executive career with leading technology companies, including Savi Technology, Lockheed Martin and 8×8 Inc., to a combination of education, leadership, and luck.
Elaheh Ahmadi, David Blaauw, Michael Flynn, Hun-Seok Kim, Hessam Mahdavifar, and Zhengya Zhang bring their expertise and creativity to this nationwide undertaking in the area of semiconductors and information & communication technologies.
Wintenberg is developing computer algorithms and tools to improve the security of cyber and cyber-physical systems.
Students networked with alums, tested demos of new technology, and toured labs at HPE, NASA, Ambiq, Dell, Torc Robotics, and NI.