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.
New York Times
Michael Atzmon told the New York Times that the wave of new COVID cases as the fall semester begins feels like a “repeat” of last year despite vaccines. Atzmon is a professor of nuclear and radiological sciences and a professor of materials science and engineering.
Richard Rood explains that the increased precipitation in the Great Lakes region will likely continue due to climate change. Rood is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering.
Huei Peng says Telsa’s recently revealed custom AI called D1 could be sold to other automakers if successful. Peng is the director of Mcity and is a the Roger L. McCarthy Professor of Mechanical Engineering.
Jeremy Bricker tells TIME that as climate change continues to cause sea level rise, the odds of having floods and other extreme weather occurrences will go up. Bricker is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.