EECS: Electrical and Computer Engineering

featured EECS: Electrical and Computer Engineering stories
Students working in a classroom

Setting the desks free

Michigan Engineers are studying how flexible spaces can impact learning and teaching and lead to ‘classroom culture change.’|Medium Read
Zetian Mi

Zetian Mi elected OSA Fellow

Mi recognized for his work with full-color LEDs and more|Short Read
John Nees

John Nees elected OSA Fellow

Nees recognized for work with ultrafast lasers|Short Read
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Almantas Galvanauskas elected OSA Fellow

Galvanauskas recognized for his work with fiber lasers|Short Read
Researchers gather data

Using University of Michigan buildings as batteries

How a building's thermal energy can help the power grid accommodate more renewable energy sources.|Medium Read
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Claude Shannon: Juggling ones and zeros

His inventions spanned the spectrum from playful to paramount.|Long Read
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Student’s digital art makes the Cube even more interactive

Keenan Rebara hopes to add to the fun of spinning the Cube using his a bit of physics and sensors.|Short Read

Bionic heart tissue: U-Michigan part of $20M center

Scar tissue left over from heart attacks creates dead zones that don’t beat. Bioengineered patches could fix that.|Medium Read
Prof. Grizzle's group working on robotic exoskeleton

Getting people moving – Walking exoskeletons could mobilize disabled patients

Prof. Jessy Grizzle has long said that his work in robotics could one day be used to help the disabled. Now he and his group, alongside French company Wandercraft, are working to make that claim a reality in the form of walking exoskeletons.|Medium Read
Cassie robot takes her first steps

Latest two-legged walking robot arrives at Michigan

Built to handle falls, and with two extra motors in each leg, the new robot will help U-M roboticists take independent robotic walking to a whole new level.|Medium Read
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BigANT tackles the wave field

Prof. Shai Revzen's lab in ECE has developed an inexpensive technique to rapidly fabricate a variety of useful robots.|Short Read
Electrify students

High School Students Experience High Tech and Michigan’s Electrify Camps

A select group of high school students spent a week in classes and labs as they participated in the Electrify Tech Camps to learn just a few things that go on in Electrical and Computer Engineering.|Short Read