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In the News March 1, 2019

Experts identify solutions to safeguard the electric grid system from electromagnetic pulses

Associate Professor of CLaSP Justin Kasper explains the importance of data collection for the safety of the U.S. electricity grid.
Time March 1, 2019

What the U.S. can learn about electronic voting from this tiny Eastern European nation

EECS-CSE professor Alex Halderman discusses the risks of online voting in Estonia with Time Magazine.
February 28, 2019

Governor Whitmer declares 03/28/19 “Chirped Pulse Amplification Day” in recognition of the work that led to the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics for ECE Prof. Emeritus Gerard Mourou

Governor Whitmer declares Thursday, February 28, 2019 "Chirped Pulse Amplification Day" in recognition of the work that led to the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics for Gerard Mourou, the A. D. Moore Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of ECE.
February 27, 2019

U-M could invest up to $20 million in four of its startups

Prof. Wei Lu's startup, MemryX, receives $1M from U-M for developing an in-memory computing system.
February 25, 2019

Hygieia gets FDA approval for mobile app for diabetes care services

In the News February 24, 2019

Ready to wear: Wearable technology could boost workplace safety, but concerns remain

CEE professor SangHyun Lee discusses the implications of wearable technology for construction safety. (Safety+Health magazine)
February 22, 2019

Thomas Knoll wins Academy Award

VIDEO: Thomas Knoll (BSE Physics '82 MSE CICE '84) wins the Academy Award for scientific and technical achievement for inventing Photoshop. Also honored are Knoll's brother, John Knoll, for the original architecture, design and development, and Mark Hamburg for his continued development and engineering of Adobe Photoshop.
WJBK Fox 2 February 21, 2019

As Earth warms, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to get more snow

CLaSP professor Richard Rood explains how climate change can lead to more extreme weather events.
In the News February 19, 2019

Researchers teach autonomous cars to predict pedestrian movement

Matthew Johnson-Roberson, an associate professor of NAME, explains how new neural network for driverless vehicles can predict pedestrian behavior.
February 19, 2019

Innovative project tests the boundaries of HVAC demand response systems

Electric Light & Power highlights Prof. Johanna Mathieu's $2.9M ARPA to use air conditioners to advance a renewable power grid. February 16, 2019

Love mid-century modern? Create your own app for this tour in Midland

U-M IOE students contribute routing feature to Mid-Century Modern Midland's new tour app.
WDIV February 15, 2019

Ann Arbor’s May Mobility raises $22 million to deploy driverless shuttles across US