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Team UM::Autonomy are champions again

The interdisciplinary team went into the competition with a new electrical and vision system, and an advanced control system.|Short Read
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Improving bridge safety; Highlight of Professor Lynch and Kamat’s research (video)

Associate professors Jerome Lynch and Vineet Kamat aim to improve the safety and effectiveness of bridges through wireless sensor communication in their NIST project.|Short Read
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Lutgarde Raskin recipient of Water Environment Federation Fellow

Professor Lutgarde Raskin was selected as a recipient of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) Fellow Recognition Program.|Short Read
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Shang-Hua Yang receives SPIE Scholarship in Optics & Photonics

Yang's research is focused on designing plasmonic nano-structures to enhance efficiency of conventional photoconductive terahertz emitters.|Short Read
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Student teams earn prizes for their analog/digital interface circuit designs in EECS 511

The students, lead by Prof. Michael Flynn, competed for cash prizes—the two winners were chosen by Analog Devices. |Short Read
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CEE Students build Sustainable Systems

CEE students plan to streamline their filter installation process at schools in Brazil.|Short Read
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Andrea Trese awarded prestigious fellowships

Andrea Trese (advised by Lut Raskin) has won two prestigious national fellowships.|Short Read
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ECE honored with the Ernest and Bettine Kuh Distinguished Faculty Award

This award is bestowed on a young ECE faculty member on the basis of teaching, research, and service, as well as a record of innovation and leadership.|Short Read
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Michael Hand receives Tau Beta Pi Fellowship to pursue his graduate studies in control systems

Hand likes the idea of being able to improve the efficiency of existing systems by implementing advanced or specialized control algorithms.|Short Read

Award-winning EECS Graduate Student Instructors & Instructional Aides honored at luncheon

Congratulations to out outstanding students for their much-appreciated work!|Short Read

Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS2) in California

The technical topics ranged from wireless and low power circuits, to MEMS, to microfabricated gas chromatographs.|Short Read
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Graduating Students Make their Marks Locally, Globally: A Michigan engineer pays it forward

"Chris has always been interested in helping others discover their passions and dreams."|Short Read