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Andrej Lenert and Neil Dasgupta’s research projects on a solar sponge and a testing framework that assesses solar-thermal material performance are featured in DBusiness. Lenert is an assistant professor of chemical engineering, and Dasgupta is an associate professor of mechanical engineering.
Mackillo Kira explains the significance of reconstructing a quantum wave function. Kira is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
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MemryX startup was founded in 2019 by University of Michigan professors Wei Lu and Zhengya Zhan.
Roya Ensafi’s research team created a tool to assess various VPN security suites. Ensafi is an assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
Ella Atkins is now an expert witness in a suit against Tesla’s auto pilot crash. Atkins is a professor of aerospace engineering.
Anish Tuteja’s research on a solar farm in Alaska was featured in New Scientist. Tuteja is a Pprofessor of materials science and engineering, professor of macromolecular science and engineering and professor of chemical engineering.
Krista Wigginton tells NPR that by looking at sewage water, experts can get early indications on COVID variant spread within communities. Wigginton is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.