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Gizmodo February 6, 2020
Buggy Iowa Caucus App Is Buggy, Security Experts Say
“It’s total amateur hour,” Prof. J. Alex Halderman says of a vulnerable app used in the Iowa Caucuses.
The Washington Post February 6, 2020
Here’s why NSA rushed to expose a dangerous computer bug
Hackers could have used vulnerabilities in the IowaReporterApp to intercept or even change passwords, vote totals, and other sensitive information, with commentary from Prof. J. Alex Halderman.
Physics World February 5, 2020
Transparent graphene photodetectors make advanced 3D camera
A team led by EECS-ECE professors Zhaohui Zhong, Jeffrey Fessler, and Theodore Norris have developed a new 3D camera that enables safer autonomy and advanced biomedical imaging.
Bloomberg February 4, 2020
How Multiple System Failures Produced Debacle in Iowa Caucus
Prof. J. Alex Halderman spoke about how the spectacle in the Iowa Caucuses should serve as a cautionary tale about electronic and internet voting.
Michigan Daily February 4, 2020
Executive Chief Engineer of Boeing Space Systems leads discussion with engineering students
The Michigan Daily discusses the visit of Boeing Executive Raenaurd Turpin's, who spoke to Michigan Aerospace and Davis High School students about Boeing's space systems and his own inspiring career.
The New York Times February 3, 2020
App Used to Tabulate Votes Is Said to Have Been Inadequately Tested
Prof. J. Alex Halderman provides commentary on the vulnerabilities of app used in the Iowa Caucuses.
US News & World Report February 3, 2020
With little ice on Superior, access to ice caves unlikely
University of Michigan Engineering study is cited in U.S. News & World Report.
National Public Radio January 30, 2020
Puerto Rico’s Internet Voting Plan Threatens Election Security: ACLU
Puerto Ricans could be casting their ballots online only in the next eight years, and Prof. J. Alex Halderman provides criticism.
Michigan Daily January 28, 2020
University professors discuss artificial intelligence’s influence on the financial world
CSE's Rada Mihalcea and Michael Wellman, the Lynn A Conway Collegiate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, gave a talk on the future of cybersecurity.
Wired January 28, 2020
Intel is patching the patch for the patch for its ‘Zombieload’ flaw
CSE researchers including Assistant Professor Daniel Genkin keep finding flaws in Intel's processors, reports Wired.
In the News January 24, 2020
Adam Cove named to Sail America Board of Directors
Sail America, the trade association for the U.S. sailing industry, has added three new members to its 2020 board of directors: Adam Cove, Edson; Tim Finkle, RCR Yachts; and Margriet Mitchell, Beneteau America/Prestige Yachts.
MLive.com January 22, 2020
Human urine can safely be used as fertilizer, U-M researchers find
CEE associate professor Krista Wigginton's research is featured in MLive.