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The morning sun rises on the Grove at North Campus of the Universities of Michigan

New online education program brings high-demand topics in technology to the world

Continuum offers courses in machine learning, linear algebra, and coding for everyone from high schoolers to engineers already established in their careers. |Medium Read
Sijia Geng

Sijia Geng receives Barbour Scholarship to further her research in renewable energy systems

Sijia is working to ensure the safety, stability and cost effectiveness of future power systems that are dominated by renewable resources, through fundamental studies of system operation. |Short Read
Raj Nadakuditi

Raj Nadakuditi receives Ernest and Bettine Kuh Distinguished Faculty Award

The award recognizes Nadakuditi’s outstanding contributions in the area of computational data science and machine learning |Medium Read
Xiaofan Cui

Xiaofan Cui awarded Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic Achievement in ECE

Cui is passionate about bringing a creative approach to power converter design and control, and educating the next generation of engineers.|Short Read
Khalil Najafi

Khalil Najafi receives Stephen S. Attwood Award from College of Engineering

Najafi has been an outstanding leader, pioneering researcher, and distinguished educator throughout his career |Short Read
Zetian Mi

Zetian Mi receives Research Excellence Award from the College of Engineering

Mi’s research offers the promise of sustainable energy and clean water through his breakthroughs in III-nitride quantum nanostructures. |Short Read
holograph of model train

Dr. Jim and Judith Seydel’s gifts to ECE support students while honoring those who empowered his career

Seydel shares his memories of the early days of holography at U-M and how former ECE Chair Hansford W. Farris, as well as professors Thomas Senior and Emmet Leith, helped shape his career. |Medium Read
Maya Pandya headshot

A MiTEE student and her quest to shape the future of space satellites

Maya Pandya, an Electrical Engineering senior, is a key member of the student team working to design a new generation of CubeSats that may revolutionize how we monitor space environments and provide a new method for interplanetary communication.|Medium Read
The outside of the Ford Robotics building

U-Michigan, Ford open world-class robotics complex

The facility will accelerate the future of advanced and more equitable robotics and mobility|Medium Read
nanostructures

$6.25 million to develop new semiconductors for artificial photosynthesis

An interdisciplinary team from four universities are developing a new class of semiconductors for novel artificial photosynthesis and the production of clean chemicals and fuels using sunlight, as part of a DoD MURI|Medium Read
Simulation of a model scramjet operating at supersonic flight conditions, showing different physical processes within the engine.

$12.75M for reliable hypersonic engines and artificial photosynthesis

Two U-M led projects are funded by the Department of Defense.|Medium Read
Circuits lab equipment

Research to advance low-power speech recognition highlighted by Intel

Michael Flynn and his group are applying their groundbreaking work in beamforming to the challenge of low-power on-chip speech recognition. |Short Read