EECS: Electrical and Computer Engineering

featured EECS: Electrical and Computer Engineering stories
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A self-erasing chip for security and anti-counterfeit tech.|Medium Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research to improve medical imaging of the brain receives Magna Cum Laude Merit award

The interdisciplinary team was able to dramatically speed up the process while potentially doubling the quality of the image|Short Read
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Coordination and collaboration are critical to U.S. leadership in plasma science: a Q&A with the Plasma 2020 Decadal Study co-chair

Plasma science has the potential to speed advances in medicine, energy, electronics and more—including helping us deal with pandemics.|Medium Read
Stephen Forrest

A new textbook for Organic Electronics

Covering foundations to applications, the new book by Prof. Stephen Forrest fills a gap in this exciting field|Medium Read
Becky Peterson

Becky Peterson named new Director of the Lurie Nanofabrication Facility

Peterson's goals are to grow the reach and impact of the facility on issues that affect us all|Short Read

Mirror-like photovoltaics get more electricity out of heat

By reflecting nearly all the light they can’t turn into electricity, they help pave the way for storing renewable energy as heat.|Medium Read

Magna Cum Laude Merit award for research to detect the progress of diseases such as multiple sclerosis

The researchers' imaging technique is fast, accurate, and reproducible|Medium Read
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U-M startup SkyGig aims to take 5G to the next level

With new funding in the company, the hardtech startup is bringing revolutionary technologies to reshape mmWave wireless.|Medium Read
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Detecting environmental pollutants with a smaller, portable, fully electric gas chromatograph

Prof. Yogesh Gianchandani and Dr. Yutao Qin received an “Outstanding Paper Award” for their fully electronic micro gas chromatography system.|Short Read
North Campus in the spring. Photo: Joseph Xu

Students learning to lead amid threats of cyber crime that threaten national security, including the next election

"Cybersecurity for Future Leaders" (EECS 498 / PUBPOL 475) is taught from both a technical and policy perspective|Short Read
Blue and Green LEDs

Full-color nano-LEDs for better, longer lasting LED performance

Research led by Prof. Zetian Mi to advance LEDs for high-efficiency, high-performance displays is recognized with the Distinguished Paper Award from the Society for Information Display.|Short Read
Michigan Brain Probe next to dime

Research on neural probe that sheds multicolor light on the complexities of the brain recognized for its impact

Prof. Euisik Yoon and his team are recognized for their work designing low-noise, multisite/multicolor optoelectrodes that will help neurologists learn more about neural connectivity in the brain. |Short Read