EECS: Computer Science and Engineering

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Conrad award

Art Meets Science: Tom Conrad’s Journey from Apple to Pandora to Snapchat

Conrad discussed his lifelong career in software and how he was drawn to the field for its creativity as much as its technical side. |Short Read
Prof. Emily Mower Provost

Precision Health Award for measuring moods

The result will be new measurement methods to determine how moods are shaped by both the behavior of an individual and daily interactions over time|Short Read
Satinder Singh Baveja

Toyota funds professorship in AI at U-Michigan

The new $2.5 million endowment to support a professorship is the second U-M sponsorship from Toyota|Medium Read

Outstanding student research on display

The College of Engineering’s annual Graduate Symposium displays the latest in graduate student research, representing the cutting edge in areas spanning each department’s field of impact.|Short Read

Graduate student honors competition highlights outstanding research

The competition is the culmination of a process that narrows a field of entrants from each of the department research areas to a handful of finalists.|Short Read
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403 Forbidden – Study reveals new data on region-specific website blocking practices

A team of researchers unearthed new data on geographic denial of access to web content in a new paper.|Medium Read
Students and instructor tear open a voting machine

A secure future for US elections starts in the classroom

A new special topics course on election cybersecurity provides students with a deep examination of the past, present, and future of US elections.|Medium Read
EECS-CSE professor Pinaki Mazumder. Photo: Joseph Xu

Understanding at every level

From quantum physics to computer systems: a profile of Pinaki Mazumder, professor of electrical engineering and computer science.|Medium Read
David Chesney and wheelchair

David Chesney to receive 2018 James T. Neubacher Award

“His course really opened my eyes to the difficulties that some people have when using a universally designed product."|Medium Read

Two papers announced among 10 most influential in healthcare and infection control

The papers provide data-driven solutions to hospital infection and the use of machine learning in healthcare.|Short Read
Grace Hopper attendees

Students celebrate women in computing at Grace Hopper

“When you constantly feel like you're a minority, it is reassuring to attend events like GHC to remind you that you are not alone.”|Medium Read
Lynn Conway, Emerita Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, speaks at a U-M Workshop on Nano and Micro Manufacturing

Computing pioneer to receive honorary U-M doctorate

Lynn Conway is a leader in the microchip design revolution that made cell phones and laptops possible, and an internationally-recognized advocate for transgender rights.|Medium Read