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Michigan’s new Election Security Commission holds inaugural meeting on U-M Campus

The meeting began the commission's review and assessment of election security in Michigan. |Short Read
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All things can be part of the Internet of Things with new RFID system

Sensing technology could keep seniors safe.|Medium Read
Cyber Michigan

Halderman co-chairs new commission to protect Michigan votes

The effort seeks to protect the integrity of every vote.|Short Read
Large-scale data center

Chowdhury wins NSF CAREER award for making memory cheaper, more efficient in big data centers

Chowdhury connects all unused memory in a data cluster and treats it as a single unit.|Short Read
Uche Eke

Uche Eke: A Balancing Act in Computer Science

Uche Eke is a senior studying computer science. He's also a student athlete and is one of a small number of black students enrolled in the CS program at Michigan. With Black History Month drawing to a close, we caught Uche between his classes and the gym to learn about his time here.|Medium Read
GPU cluster

Two solutions for GPU efficiency can boost AI performance

Chowdhury's lab multiplied the number of jobs a GPU cluster can finish in a set amount of time|Medium Read

Election security: Halderman recommends actions to ensure integrity of US systems

In congressional testimony, professor urges $370M in federal funding to replace outdated machines.|Short Read
Danai Koutra

Personalized knowledge graphs for faster search and digital assistants

Graphs that are customized, stored locally, and able to change over time can enable faster and more accurate searching and digital assistants|Short Read
Baris Kasikci

Speeding up code with clever data manipulation

Kasikci presents a method to improve a program’s ability to use data in a straightforward, efficient way|Short Read
Lynn Conway up close

When pioneers disappear from history

Tech leader Lynn Conway explores why women and underrepresented minorities lose credit for their contributions over time.|Medium Read

Automated software repair paper recognized for 10 years of influence

Ten years ago, Prof. Westley Weimer set out to shave off time and expenditure sunk into patch fixes.|Medium Read

Outstanding commitment to undergraduate mentorship

"Thanks to his tireless support and unparalleled patience, I am now equipped with a fundamental research skill set."|Short Read