In the News
Newsweek June 5, 2019
One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the Sun may soon be solved
CLaSP associate professor Justin Kasper explains how Parker Solar Probe can help prove a theory for why the Sun's outer atmosphere is warmer than its surface.
June 4, 2019
Microscopic ‘smart dust’ sensors are set to revolutionise a range of sectors
The New Economy interviews Prof. David Blaauw about millimetre-scale devices that could reinvent the Internet of Things and lead to breakthroughs in a variety of applications, including biomedical implants.
June 4, 2019
Blue Clover Devices Brings Silicon Valley Innovation to Germany
Pete Staples (B.S. EE), the founder and President of Blue Clover Devices, gives first public demonstration of the Production Line Tool (PLT), a cloud native test automation device at the Automotive Testing Expo.
Lansing State Journal May 30, 2019
In a lab at U-M, working on technology that helps the blind see and other brain-computer connections
The Lansing State Journal explores the history of U-M's contributions to the development of bionic implants going back to Kensall Wise, the William Gould Dow Distinguished University Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of EECS-ECE, and his team of researchers who engineered a series of neural probes capable of measuring and influencing activity in the brain at the cellular level.
USA Today May 30, 2019
Floods, tornadoes, snow in May: Extreme weather driven by climate change across US
CLaSP professor Richard Rood tells USA Today that climate change is causing more extreme weather events across the U.S.
Wired May 21, 2019
GM gives all its vehicles a new soul
Mechanical Engineering Professor Anna Stefanopoulou explains the impact of connected, data-collecting vehicles in Wired.
Wired May 16, 2019
Atmospheric methane levels are going up—and no one knows why
CLaSP Assistant Professor Eric Kort told Wired that atmospheric methane is a wicked, but solvable problem for the planet.
Black Engineer May 13, 2019
Four Engineers graduate with PhDs from University of Michigan
On Friday, four engineers, including the first black woman to earn a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences at the University of Michigan, graduated from Michigan Engineering.
Chicago Tribune May 8, 2019
Predicting the next stock market ‘flash crash’
U-M IOE professor, Romesh Saigal, and PhD candidate, Abdullah AlShelahi, co-authored an article for The Conversation US about their recent research into applying principles of fluid dynamics to predict flash crashes in the stock market.
May 8, 2019
T. Francis Ogilvie, former NAME department chair, passes away at 89
An expert in naval architecture and ocean engineering, Ogilvie served as department head of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at UM for 7 years.
May 7, 2019
NAME Alumnus, Oscar Dario Tascon promoted to Rear Admiral of Columbia Navy & President of Cotecmar Co.
"The country must recognize the importance of the shipbuilding industry and meet their needs"
May 7, 2019
Chairman Will Keene and CEO Adam Cove look back at Edson’s 160-year history while discussing its future.
When Henry Keene bought Massachusetts-based Edson International in 1956, the company was almost 100 years old. His sons Will and Hank grew up learning the ropes while sailing on boats their family built. When the brothers wanted their own sailboat, the family built it together.