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Politico January 10, 2020
Research undercuts arguments from ballot-marking device advocates
Ballot-marking devices are still vulnerable to hacks, according to a study from EECS-CSE professor Alex Halderman.
Bloomberg January 10, 2020
Voters fail mock election, exposing vulnerability to hackers
The latest study from EECS-CSE professor Alex Halderman shows vulnerabilities in ballot-marking devices.
Science January 9, 2020
Taking a cue from plants, new chemical approach converts carbon dioxide to valuable fuel
EECS Professor Zetian Mi's research on artificial photosynthesis is described in Science.
The Washington Post January 8, 2020
Voting machines touted as secure option are actually vulnerable to hacking
EECS-CSE professor Alex Halderman's latest study shows that hybrid voting machines are still vulnerable to hacks.
January 6, 2020
Breaking Into a Smart Home With A Laser – Smarter Every Day 229
Graduate student Ben Cyr demonstrates how his lab was able to hack into smart speakers with a laser.
Michigan Radio January 6, 2020
Researchers: Driverless cars can’t just be safe. They also need to be nice.
U-M researchers, including IOE's Assistant Professor Jessie Yang, examined how a person’s perception of safety in an autonomous vehicle was influenced by its “personality” traits.
Financial Times December 19, 2019
Letter: EU must include nuclear power in its list of sustainable sources
Fastest Path to Zero Creative Director Suzanne Baker pens a letter with others about the importance of nuclear power as a sustainable energy source.
Nature December 18, 2019
Tomorrow’s industries: from OLEDs to nanomaterials
EECS-ECE Prof. Stephen Forrest lends his expertise to this piece by Nature.
The New York Times December 16, 2019
Overlooked No More: Bessie Coleman, Pioneering African-American Aviatrix
Bessie Coleman was the first African American woman to earn a pilot's license in 1923. In their series Overlooked, the New York Times reflects on her inspiring story.
December 13, 2019
Inclusive play: U-M art professor leads creation of interactive game for kids with and without disabilities
Michigan News highlights the work of a U-M team of researchers, including EECS-ECE Prof. Hun-Seok Kim, to build an inclusive play space for people of all abilities.
USA Today December 13, 2019
Researchers level playing field for disabled kids
VIDEO: A University of Michigan research team, including EECS-ECE Prof. Hun-Seok Kim, has created an augmented reality system that allows people with different levels of mobility to play and exercise together (Dec. 10)
ABC December 13, 2019
iGym levels playing field for disabled, able-bodied children
A University of Michigan research team, including EECS-ECE Prof. Hun-Seok Kim, has created an augmented reality system that allows people with different levels of mobility to play and exercise together