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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.
The significant impact of Jianping Fu’s research is featured in Nature. Fu is a professor of biomedical engineering and a professor of mechanical engineering.
Florian Schaub says that we’re seeing a creeping erosion around what protections around privacy there are as technology strains legal protections we have. Schaub is an assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
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Alex Halderman explains the challenges of securing electronic voting machines. Halderman is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
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Richard Rood explains that the increased precipitation in the Great Lakes region will likely continue due to climate change.
Brian Arbic says that a theory from a recent study could have implications for how life begins for organisms on other planets. Arbic is a professor of climate and space sciences.
Seth Guikema tells ABC that with storms as powerful as Ida, power outages could last for weeks, and that utility companies will likely look to restore power before looking to make improvements to the infrastructure that supports it. Guikema is a professor of industrial and operations engineering and a professor of civil and environmental engineering.
Alex Halderman details the security vulnerabilities electronic voting machines have, and says even voters may have enough access to machines to implant malware.
Alanson Sample’s research was also featured in Scientific American, where he explains that by keeping the power threshold safe enough, users could simply walk into a room at begin charging their phone.