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Popular Mechanics October 17, 2019
Meet the super robots that are about to lap the world’s fastest humans
EECS-ECE Prof. Jessy Grizzle's robot, Mabel, is profiled in this piece by Popular Mechanics.
In the News October 15, 2019
Aaron Friedman Marine Hydrodynamics Lab renovation project received the AIA 2019 Award for Small Projects
A drab circulation space is successfully reinvented to activate the study of naval design using captivating back-lit historic imagery and finely detailed wood and glass exhibit boxes.
Scientific American October 9, 2019
Why Machine Learning Is Critical for Disaster Response
Seth Gukema, U-M IOE professor, explores how machine learning can help decision makers respond to natural disasters.
October 3, 2019
The Future Innovators Index 2019
Mark Groden, NAME alumni, named to Future Innovators List by Vanity Fair
October 1, 2019
Carnegie Mellon appoints new dean for College of Engineering
William Sanders received a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering; a master’s degree in computer, information and control engineering; and a doctoral degree in computer science and engineering, each from the University of Michigan.
Forbes October 1, 2019
Pre-checked cookie consent invalid, EU court rules
A study detailing cookie practices co-authored by EECS-CSE professor Florian Schaub is cited in Forbes.
Michigan Daily September 30, 2019
University Professors talk using AI technology for bipolar disorder
Associate CSE Professor Emily Mower Provost is collaborating with other U-M researchers to develop computational methods for measuring mood symptom severity in bipolar disorder.
ZDNet September 26, 2019
11 unexpected ways universities are using the Microsoft HoloLens
Dr. Dave Chesney and his students have found medical applications for the HoloLens, including providing realtime remote emergency care.
September 26, 2019
Dr. James W. Albers Earns Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. James Albers (BSE EE 1965; MS Bioengineering 1966; MS Psychology 1968; PhD Bioengineering 1970; MD 1972) was named winner of the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine’s (AANEM) 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award, for his unparalleled contribution to neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic medicine through efforts in teaching, research, and scholarly publications.
The New York Times September 26, 2019
‘A planet full of ifs’: young people express climate angst
CLaSP professor Richard Rood tells New York Times about the anxiety spurred by climate change lectures.
In the News September 24, 2019
Warship Books At Their Best From Seaforth Publishing
The Royal Navy had a lot on its plate facing threats from Germany, Italy and Japan in the dying months of peace, but if there was one ship that was destined to exercise so much concern and, eventually, so much printed word, it was the Bismarck.
September 24, 2019
Ben Anderson receives USCG Witherspoon Award
Ben Anderson was awarded the U.S. Coast Guard Captain John C. Witherspoon Inspirational Leadership Award