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New Atlas July 17, 2020
Robotic prosthetic leg uses stronger motors for better performance
Research led by Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Robert Gregg is featured in New Atlas.
Forbes July 14, 2020
How To Create An AI (Artificial Intelligence) Model
Forbes interviews EECS Prof. Jason Corso on the challenges related to creating a model for Artificial Intelligence.
Chronicle of Higher Education July 9, 2020
One university asked students for social-distancing ideas. here’s what they proposed.
Student buy-in is crucial for social-distancing policies to work, experts say. So the University of Michigan opened the floor for a campus-wide innovation challenge.
MLive.com July 1, 2020
Jordan Morgan is no longer the player Michigan fans remember, but he’s still giving back to the community
U-M IOE alum and former Michigan basketball player, Jordan Morgan, talks about his foundation, aimed to educate underserved youth in his native Detroit.
Planet Detroit June 25, 2020
DTE Gas announces plan to go ‘net zero’ by 2050; activists skeptical
Todd Allen, the Glenn F and Gladys H Knoll Department Chair of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, is quoted in Planet Detroit.
Wired June 22, 2020
What is a side channel attack?
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Daniel Genkin explains how the pursuit of performance over security can lead to more side channel exploits.
In the News June 18, 2020
Talking about race in aerospace with Elroy Air’s Kofi Asante
Kofi Asante of Elroy Air talks about race, legacies of inequality, and the eVTOL industry's opportunity to effect positive change.
Popular Mechanics June 17, 2020
The HVAC system of the future swaps thermostats for thermal cameras
Michigan Engineers' HVAC system accounts for comfort while using less energy, reports Popular Mechanics.
OneZero June 9, 2020
Online voting system used in Florida and elsewhere has severe security flaws, researchers find
Significant problems with Democracy Live’s OmniBallot internet voting program could result in doctored ballots as voters gear up for election season in the era of Covid-19
dbusiness June 9, 2020
Batteryless machine health monitoring solution debuted by Ann Arbor’s Everactive
University of Michigan startup Everactive is featured in DBusiness as a viable way to scale predictive maintenance more effectively.
The Hill June 8, 2020
Trump’s restrictions on Chinese students stifle American companies, universities and innovation
In an op-ed, Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering Chair Brian Denton shares his perspective on the damages done by placing restrictions on Chinese students in the U.S.
The New York Times June 8, 2020
Amid pandemic and upheaval, new cyberthreats to the presidential election
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Alex Halderman explains the risks and vulnerabilities that come with online voting.