Graduate Students

Climate and Space PhD student Agnit Mukhopadhyay

Climate & Space PhD student wins Runner-Up Award in the AMS Student Presentation Contest

The presentation was given at the 17th Annual Conference on Space Weather. |Short Read

IOE students recognized by the Society for Risk Analysis

Two U-M IOE graduate students were recently recognized by the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) with student merit awards.|Short Read
New Climate & Space PhDs

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhDs!

Three CLASP graduate students earned their doctoral degrees this past fall.|Short Read
December 2019 Commencement

Congratulations to Climate and Space December 2019 Graduates!

Best of luck in all of your future endeavors! |Short Read
Students in front of their poster

Machine Learning takes over the EECS Atrium

Students in EECS 545: Machine Learning, taught by Prof. AL Hero, presented their final projects in a poster session sponsored by KLA. |Short Read
Group photo of the panelists

Panel of women in computing offers career insights

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student explains poster

Best Presentation Award given to NERS Ph.D. Candidate Jinpu Lin

Jinpu won with his poster “Scaling Relativistic Laser‐solid Interaction Using Ultrashort Laser Pulses.”|Short Read
Student and professor

NERS Ph.D. Student Yao Kovach given Best Presentation Award

Yao won with her poster “Particle Emission from an Anode Liquid Surface of Electrolyte in Atmospheric Pressure DC Glow.”|Short Read

Michigan team competes in Amazon challenge to make AI more engaging

The team of twelve students is one of ten worldwide working to give Amazon’s Alexa more human-like conversational skills.|Long Read
Giving Blueday 2019 graphic

Support Climate & Space on Giving Blueday

Your generous gift has a direct impact. |Short Read

FXB Fellowships awarded to Anil Yildirim and Christina Harvey

Congratulations to Anil Yildirim and Christina Harvey on being awarded the FXB fellowship!|Short Read
photo of 2019 programming teams

Michigan Programming Teams Compete Regionally; One Team Advances to National Finals

Student programmers from Michigan are competing in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, the world's most prestigious student programming competition.|Short Read