August 12, 2021
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.
In The News
The Washington Post
Richard Rood co-authored an op-ed on the need for an adaption response to climate change in addition to mitigation responses. Rood is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering.
Los Angeles Times
Alex Halderman’s work explains that Dominion voting machines have security vulnerabilities that could be exploited during a voting system with little likelihood of detection. Halderman is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
Click on Detroit
Alanson Sample explains the range of applications wireless “charging rooms” could have in the future. Sample is an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
Prepping for the revolution
Transportation is going electric
University of Michigan engineers are working to make our electrified future more equitable and avoid the mistakes of the past.
From mask decontamination and wastewater testing to airflow modeling and creating a safer campus, Michigan Engineers are helping in the fight against COVID-19.
Michigan Engineering helped lead space discovery beyond the telescope and into its defining era. See how Michigan Engineers are continuing to protect our most precious planet while traveling across the solar system and beyond
Clean water is a human right. See how Michigan Engineers are working to make an impact on our infrastructure to improve safety.