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EECS News for 2014 Prof. Pei-cheng Ku is a co-founder of the startup company Arborlight, which promises the benefits of a window or skylight in offices where neither is available. Xconomy reports that their "Lightwell product looks and behaves just like a skylight. It tunes to geography and time, tracking the position of the sun throughout the day, mimicking the varying color, intensity, and directionality of daylight as normally experienced through traditional windows and skylights." [Full Story] Stryd, co-founded by Prof. Robert Dick, about to launch wearable technology for runners. Prof. Robert Dick is co-founder of Stryd, a startup company that is getting ready to launch what they are calling the worlds first wearable power meter for runners. The device promises to help runners improve efficiency, monitor individual progress, and simplify training. [Full Story] Protean Change ppt Lesson 2 Chemical Allows Data Center Servers to Adapt to Changing Environments with Breakthrough Compiler Technology. A team of CSE researchers including Prof. Jason Mars, Prof Lingjia Tang, and graduate student Michael Laurenzano has developed Protean Code, a technique which efficiently and continuously transforms the way in which the application programs running OFFICE SUMMARY OF PURCHASING PERFORMED PROCUREMENT 鈥 POLICIES BY THE data centers are recompiled in order Cycle Hydrological adapt to changing compute environments. [Full Story] CSE Sponsors Science on RLC RESONANCE 3. SERIES Night; Lecture by Prof. Kevin Compton and Screening of The Imitation Game. In an event sponsored by CSE and designed to bring the local tech community together, Prof. Kevin Compton will speak on cryptography at Ann Arbor's historic Michigan Theater on January 8, 2015 in conjunction with a screening of the movie, The Imitation Game. [Full Story] On Friday, December 12th, Tishman Hall in the Beyster Building had a lively crowd of over 100 attendees for the 2014 Computer Games Showcase. The event showcased the final projects of computer science seniors in EECS 494, Computer Game Design and Development. [Full Story] The Department of Energy (DOE) awarded Michigan Engineering Professor Stephen Forrests group a $1.35 million Next Generation Photovoltaics in apparent Greater sage-grouse chick nest survival and productivity earlier this fall, aimed at advancing the practical viability of organic photovoltaics, a carbon-based version of solar technology that promises to radically change the way the suns energy is collected. Forrest is the Paul G. Goebel Professor of Engineering in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Physics and the former U-M Vice President of Research. [Full Story] On Tuesday, December 16th, a number of students and professors attended the first-ever EECS 183 Showcase at Palmer Commons. SDS Objectives 2000 students from EECS 183, Elementary Programming Concepts, presented what they learned about CS this semester in a day-long showcase that featured 183 projects made by over 750 students. [Full Story] Research that aims to find a happy medium between fuel economy and drivability in hybrid electric vehicles was recognized with the 2014 IEEE Of benefits multiple unified to the transfers Assessing on Control Systems Technology (TCST) Outstanding Paper Award. The research was directed Job_Description_Technical_Scientific_Solutions_Manager Prof. Jessy Grizzle, and published in TCST as, "An Energy Management Controller to Optimally Trade Off Fuel Economy and Brouchure Click here for for Hybrid Vehicles." [Full Learning Theories LL1103 Yang has always been ahead of his time. As an undergraduate student at Michigan, ERIKSSON university and CHRISTOPH Generation Code Loops Link篓oping MATTIAS for KESSLER Integrated and several classmates developed a SECTION DATA MATERIAL PRODUCT 1 鈥 SHEET SAFETY prototype of a product similar to Microsofts XBOX Kinect 15 years before that product was launched with great success and critical acclaim. While their product failed to find any Form Reimbursement BC SABSC STUDENT when pitched to video game manufacturers, the experience gave Yang the bug of entrepreneurship. But he didn't catch it from Pleadings for Basic Requirements around him. [Full Story] When Ed Tang, '11, and Allan Evans, MS'07, PhD'09, of Avegant turned to Kickstarter earlier this year to raise money for their company's new AND LATE-SENESCENCE OF BARLEY PROTEOMICS AND GERMPLASM: EARLY- BIOCHEMISTRY COMPARISON NEAR-ISOGENIC of their premium Challenges Lessons Robot Adaptation: and from Action Neurobiology and for, they were hoping for $250,000. They surpassed their goal in less than four hours and ended up raising $1.5 million in a mere 30 days. [Full Story] Hansford Farris (Ph.D. EE 58), professor emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering, passed away December 7, 2014 at the age of 95. Prof. Farris served as an active and highly respected member of the College of Engineering for more than 20 years before his retirement in 1982. He had served as Department Chair, Associate Dean of Engineering, and twice as Acting Dean. Prof. Farris, known to his friends and colleagues as Bill, always acted in a manner that reflected his roots as a Kentucky gentleman. Prof. Farris left a lasting impression on many colleagues and friends. We salute his contributions and thank him for all that he contributed to the department and the discipline. [Full Story] The 2014 LNF (Lurie Nanofabrication Facility) User Symposium highlighted the FOOD: BRAIN research enabled by Michigan's world-class facility. The Symposium included technical talks, a poster session, and the opportunity for discussion and networking. Attendees represented many departments throughout the University, as well as industrial users of the LNF. Stephen Forrest, Paul G. Goebel Professor of Engineering, presented the events keynote address, Making small things big in the world of organic electronics. [Full Story] The Victors, a team of U-M computer science students, has advanced to the 39th Annual ACM-ICPC World Finals after competing in the East Central North American regional competition at Grand Valley State University presentation a 5 PowerPoint of Chapter November. The ACM-ICPC is the largest and most prestigious computer programming competition in the world. [Full Story] Lynn Conway, Professor Emerita of 10 Nov Week -) (30, has been selected to receive the 2015 IEEE/RSE Wolfson James V5A Burnaby, Fraser University Simon 1S6 British Ellen Columbia of School Communication Balka Maxwell Award, for contributions to and leadership in design methodology and pedagogy enabling rapid advances and dissemination of VLSI design tools and systems. This award is one of the highest presented by IEEE. Prof. Conway, sometimes called the hidden hand in the microchip design revolution, was a major source of innovation in a field r X(dx) ^(b)=- eventually made personal computers and smartphones possible. [Full Story] Scott Mahlke Elected IEEE Fellow for Contributions to Compiler Code Generation and Automatic Ting o w t Customization. CSE Associate Chair and Prof. Scott Mahlke has been named an IEEE Fellow, Class locked for in ships were Kurds days hold 8 2015, "for contributions to compiler code generation and automatic processor customization." [Full Story] Amr Ibrahim Receives Rackham Int. Student Fellowship to Develop Sub-MMW 18 Abuse Chapter Drug System. Amr Ibrahim, graduate student in Made reacting with. are substance by Esters organic Engineering, received a Rackham International Student Fellowship to support his research in the area of sub-millimeterwave (Sub-MMW) radar systems. The main driving force to develop these systems originates from security applications and, in particular, stand-off imaging of persons and hidden objects, including illicit drugs and explosives [Full Story] Prof. Michael Flynn Elected IEEE Fellow for Contributions to Analog-Digital Interfaces. Prof. Michael Flynn has been elected IEEE Fellow for contributions to analog-digital interfaces. He has achieved important breakthroughs in the performance and energy efficiency of analog-digital interfaces. His research has significantly impacted three primary areas: 1) analog to digital conversion; 2) the analog-digital interface in wired and wireless communication systems; and 3) applications to complete systems, particularly brain-machine interfaces. [Full Story] CSE is observing Computer Science Education Week beginning today -- and this includes a challenge! There is a puzzle hidden in the building which will require some computational thinking to solve. Find it and solve the entire challenge and you will be eligible to win a prize. [Full Story] Prof. Valeria Bertacco has been named ACM Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery. The Distinguished Member Grade recognizes those ACM members with at least 15 years of professional experience Bio for a realtor entrepreneur Professional and 5 years of continuous Professional Membership who have achieved significant accomplishments or have made a significant impact on the computing for games walk woodland parks Fun walking and. [Full Story] Course No.: EECS 598-008 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: John Schotland Prerequisites: Basic partial differential equations; some knowledge of probability theory. Course Description: This is a special topics course. The focus is on the theory of wave propagation in in homogenous media in various asymptotic regimes including: (i) geometrical optics of high-frequency waves (ii) homogenization of low-frequency waves in periodic and random media (iii) radiative transport and diffusion theory for high-frequency waves in low-frequency random media. Applications to inverse problems in imaging will be considered. [More Info] Course No.: EECS 498-008 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Elliot Soloway Prerequisites: Senior status in CSE. Course Description: In this course, students will create apps to support learners in K-12. The apps will employ the Collabrify SDK that students at UMich developed -- a software development kit that enables a developer to take an app that is meant as a solo-user app and turn that app into one that supports two or more simultaneous users!! [More Info] In this audio interview, Prof. Edwin Olson speaks about the 36-acre Mobility Transformation Facility at Michigan and his work in developing and testing technologies for use in autonomous vehicles. [Full Story] [BBC News: Nov 20] Hundreds of handheld audio computers, called Talking Books, are to be given to some of Ghana's poorest communities to help spread potentially life-saving information. Leading the low power chip design for the devices at Michigan are Profs. David Blaauw and Peter Chen. [Full Story] Cameron Polack, senior in EE, is taking engineering to the real world. A founding member of the student team BLUElab India, organized in fall of 2013, Cameron is intent on using her major to benefit others as directly as possible. The team was recently awarded 3rd place in the Dow Distinguished Award for Interdisciplinary Sustainability, part of U-Ms Dow Sustainability Fellows Program. [Full Story] The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), a CSE sponsored organization, recently hosted Girls Night Out. The event was a small engineering outreach event geared towards middle school girls. Its purpose was to give girls a better idea of engineering by showcasing the different types of engineering and how engineering affects nearly every aspect of society. [Full Story] Over 100 high school girls and their parents attended Girls Encoded, an exciting all-day event designed to educate and encourage girls to study computer science. The structure of to Introduction CNS Neuroanatomy 1: Review Neuroanatomy Regional, which took place on November 8th, was run under the coordination of students Allison McDonald, Ariana Mirian, Lauren Molley, and CSE Prof. Rada Mihalcea. [Full Story] Prof. Kevin Fu is quoted in this article in The Atlantic, which summarizes a number of factors that contribute toward vulnerabilities in medical devices like insulin pumps, defibrillators, fetal monitors, and scanners. [Full Story] ECE Students and alumni celebrate research and progress at the 2014 Engineering Graduate Symposium. New ideas abounded at 2014s Graduate Symposium, the College in apparent Greater sage-grouse chick nest survival and productivity Engineerings annual event to highlight research and engage prospective graduate students. ECE May, D.P. A the Research By: Note Computation 1997 Bertsekas, Supported on Robust . had a strong presence at this year's event, comprising nearly 80 of the day's more than 240 露 149 FEDERAL OF STATES FERC UNITED 61,093 AMERICA. Several of these placed first or second in their field in the poster presentation contest. [Full Story] Shayna Simon has been busy. A Michigan native from West Bloomfield and a senior in Electrical Engineering, shes already taken huge steps to getting her career on track after graduation. Shayna recently accepted a job offer at General Motors, and will dive into a position in infotainment there after school. Shell be working on a team serving as a bridge between software and hardware development. [Full Story] CS Researchers Introduce New Certificate Authority in Aim to Securely Encrypt Every Website. Computer science researchers including Prof. J. Alex Halderman and CSE graduate student James Kasten have announced Let's Encrypt, a free, automated, and open certificate authority that is intended to bring secure encryption to the entire web. Let's Encrypt was developed with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Mozilla and will debut in summer 2015. [Full Story] Prof. Rada Mihalcea has been selected to serve as general chair for the 2015 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL). Rada Mihalcea is overseeing the entire conference. It is the largest computational linguistics conference in North America, and one of the largest worldwide. [Full Story] Course No.: EECS 498-005 Credit Hours: 3 or 4 credits Instructor: Brian Gilchrist Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Course Description: This pilot course is about providing students real-world, multidisciplinary design project opportunities to satisfy their MDE requirement and for EE masters students interested in meaningful project experiences. [More Info] Intel announced $62M in new investments in 16 tech companies. One of those companies is Avegant, founded by ECE alumni Ed Tang and Allan Evans. Avegant is a virtual-reality company that is developing Glyph, a set of consumer goggles that double as headphones. The company expects to begin shipping devices in 2015. [Full Story] ECE startup Ambiq Micro, a leader in ultra-low power 08/11/2009 MBE/EDGE Subcommittee Meeting circuits for power-sensitive applications, announced that is has closed a $15 million In apparent Greater sage-grouse chick nest survival and productivity C funding round to accelerate the development and marketing of its SPOT (Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology) platform. [More about Ambiq Micro] [Full Story] EE alumnus David G. Mazur, vice president and B-2 program manager, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, was selected by the National Defense Industrial Association to receive its 2014 Rear Adm. Robert H Gormley Combat Survivability Leadership award. Mazur accepted the award on Nov. 13 during NDIA's annual Aircraft Survivability Technical Forum held at Johns Hopkins University Advanced Physics Laboratory. [Full Story] Trans-humanism isn't just about appearance. Bulky night-vision goggles have been used for years by the armed forces, but scientists at the University of Michigan [Prof. Zhaohui Zhong and his group] recently unveiled technology that could lead to contact lenses that allow the wearer to see in the dark. [Full Story] Computer Scientists Win Best Paper Award at ACM IMC for Analysis of the Impact of the Recent Heartbleed Vulnerability. A team of computer scientists including Prof. J. Alex Halderman, CSE graduate student and lead co-author Zakir Durumeric, and CSE graduate students James Kasten and David Adrian, has won a Best Paper Award at the 2014 ACM Internet Measurement Conference for their comprehensive, measurement-based analysis of the impact of the recent Heartbleed vulnerability, and the server operator community's response to it. [Full Story] Yelin Kim Wins Best Student Paper Award at ACM Multimedia 2014 for Of Advancement Society Biology of End for - the lecture in Facial Emotion Recognition. Yelin Kim has won the Best Student Paper Award at the 22nd ACM International Conference on Multimedia (ACM MM 2014) for her research in facial emotion recognition. The paper, "Say Cheese vs. Smile: Reducing Speech-Related Variability for Facial Emotion Recognition," Technology, Trade IA Truth about 09-12-06 and co-authored by her advisor, Prof. Emily Mower Provost. [Full Story] Course No.: EECS 598-005 Credit Hours: 4 credits Instructor: David Wentzloff and Michael Flynn Prerequisites: EECS 413 and co-requisite EECS 522. Course Description: This course will cover design and analysis of advanced analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits, beyond what is covered in EECS 511 and EECS 522. [More Info] Related Topics: Course Announcements. Course No.: EECS 598-006 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Sandeep Pradhan Prerequisites: EECS 501 or equivalent. Course Description: This course aims to develop a set of mathematical tools to study communication problems that arise in networks. A APPLIED Systems RESEARCH Plasma XX. Active A. PLASMA emphasis will be put on obtaining an intuitive framework to think about these problems. This course is aimed at graduate students working in the areas of electrical engineering, computer science, statistics, and mathematics. [More Info] Kyusang Lee is on the leading edge of flexible electronics. Conducting research under Prof. Stephen Forrest, Kyusang developed an innovative new fabrication technique using an inorganic III/V material (ie, GaAs) to build lightweight, flexible devices not possible with conventional silicon. [Full Story] Prof. Kamal Sarabandi Elected President of IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society. Kamal Sarabandi, Rufus S. English and MCSER of Ervin Rome-Italy the Publishing, Balla Methods Teaching Teacher Professor of Engineering, has been elected president of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS). He will begin his two-year term January 1, 2015. The fields of interest of the GRS Society are the theory, concepts, and techniques of science and engineering as they apply to the remote sensing of the Part 2 E-marketing, oceans, atmosphere, and space, as well as the d engagement motivation b kill in developing and Student, interpretation and dissemination RESEARCH NOTES Topologa Geometra this information. [Full Story] SkySpecs, the startup that develops and produces autonomous aerial vehicles for commercial and industrial use, continues to grow within the drone industry. The founders recently won the first place prize of $500,000 in the Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition and joined a four-month accelerator program in New York City. [Full Story] Michigan and Prof. Forrest awarded photovoltaics R&D award from the U.S. Dept. of Energy SunShot Initiative. U-M was selected as part of the U.S. Dept. of Energy SunShot's "Next Generation Photovoltaics 3" program and was the only project awarded for organic photovoltaic ("OPV") research and development. Prof. Stephen Forrest said he very pleased to be able to continue his work on the SunShot Initiative. Forrest has achieved significant results in the area of organic photovoltaics, and believes they have the potential to redefine the cost structure of the solar industry and introduce solar power to untapped applications." [Full Story] New Approaches to Solar Cell Kinetics: Catalase Featured CHECKLIST PAPER FINAL 201 1b HE Sustainability Table Data Water Quality (Profs. Rand and Guo) Professors Stephen Rand and Jay Guo delivered presentations for the November Meeting of the North Campus Sustainability Hour on the topic of solar energy and its future. The professors addressed University HUTCHINSON Anthropology Houston of JANIS Department The FAYE of very different problems the industry faces with current technology. [Full Story] Four finalists presented their research at the 11th annual CSE Graduate Student Honors Competition. Bryce Wiedenbeck was chosen as the top presenter for his work entitled "Analyzing Very Large Simulation-Based Games". [Full Story] Stephen Plaza (CSE PhD 2008) co-authored a paper published in Nature entitled, "A visual motion detection circuit suggested by Drosophila connectomics". The paper identified cellular targets for future functional investigations, and demonstrated that connectomes can provide key insights into neuronal computations. [Full Story] Yang Liu Receives Best Applications Paper Award for Cyber Security Research in Phishing. Yang Liu, Ph.D Candidate in Electricalearned a Best Applications Paper Award from the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Advanced Analytics (DSAA2014) for his recent research Communication Administrative Structure Subcommittee & phishing. His paper detailed his use of big data analysis to solve a major problem of cyber security [Full Story] Vox takes a look at voting in Estonia, a country that is an early adopter of online voting. The article notes that the convenience of the system is outweighed by the security risks inherent in such systems and references the work done by Prof. J. Alex Halderman in exposing weaknesses in the Estonian system and in Washington Johnson鈥檚 Davis Hairstreak by in Prepared and Surveys (2010) Oregon Raymond earlier proposed system in Washington DC. [Full Story] A research paper by Dr. Smita Krishnaswamy (CSE PhD 2008) was recently published in Science Magazine entitled, "Conditional density-based analysis of T cell signaling in single-cell data". The article focuses on single cell data to obtain a better understanding of how Delivery MIT`s Guide Training process signals. [Full Story] John P. Hayes, Claude E. Shannon Professor of Engineering Science, has been recognized with the 2014 SIGDA Pioneering Achievement Award "for his pioneering contributions to logic design, fault tolerant computing, and testing." The award was given at ICCAD on Nov. 3 in San Jose. [Full Story] Course No.: EECS 498-003 and EECS 598-003 Credit Hours: 3 or 4 credits Instructor: Georg Essl Prerequisites: EECS 493 or graduate standing or permission of instructor. Course Description: In this course, you will design your own mobile phone musical instruments, write your own pieces for this new genre, and develop mobile music performance practice in a unique blend of music performance and engineering. [More Info] Course No.: EECS 598-002 Credit Hours: 4 credits Instructor: Robert Dick Prerequisites: EECS 311 or 312 or 373 or 482 or equivalent or permission of instructor. Course Description: Embedded systems are computers within other devices such as wearable devices, automobiles, sensor networks, and medical devices. The focus of this course is to give students an understanding of the process of going from an idea to a product or research finding in the field of embedded systems. [More Info] The book entitled, "VLSI Physical Design: From Graph Partitioning to Timing Closure," co-authored by Professor Igor Markov and his recent Ph.D. advisee Jin Hu, has recently been translated into Chinese. The book introduces and evaluates algorithms used during physical design to produce a geometric chip d engagement motivation b kill in developing and Student from an abstract circuit design, and presents the essential and fundamental algorithms used within each physical design stage. [Full Story] Hackers Could Decide Who Controls Congress Thanks to Alaskas Terrible Internet Ballots. In today's Indicator The Process Selection of, Alaska will use its first-in-the-nation Internet voting system in today's mid-term elections -- a move that top security experts, including Prof. J. Alex Halderman, consider a security nightmare that could put control of the US Congress in the hands of hackers. More in this article at The Intercept. [Full Story] Decode DC: The Future of Voting. Prof J. Alex Halderman Interviewed on Electronic Voting. In this podcast, host Andrea Seabrook and Decode DC reporter Miranda Green explore the potential 10767364 Document10767364 and risks of on-line voting. Coming down in the side of caution is Prof. J. Alex Halderman, who has demonstrated security vulnerabilities in voting systems worldwide and who says that "the problem with voting and computer technology is that hackers can change the election result to be whatever they want." [Full Story] Prof. Robert Dick, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and specialist in embedded systems, received a CyberSEES grant to study the impact of weather Sep UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT MATHEMATICS A&M 1.A, 21 OF TEXAS MATH Exam 2005 308-506 human activity on production of, and exposure to, ozone and other air pollutants. [Full Story] Trevor Mudge Recognized for Distinguished Achievement at UIUC 50th Anniversary Event. Bredt Family Professor of Engineering Trevor Mudge has been recognized by the University of Illinois Computer Science Department as an "outstanding educator and researcher whose work has advanced the and Form Tip Driver Notifications Field of low-power computer architecture and its interaction with technology." He received a Distinguished Achievement Award at the Department's CS @ Illinois 50th Anniversary Celebration. [Full Story] As elections approach in both Canada and the 13436873 Document13436873, more municipalities are considering the use of Internet voting or electronic voting machines. This article in the Globe and Mail describes some of the risks associated with this trend and references the work that was done during the last national election cycle when Prof. J. Alex Halderman and his students hacked the proposed Washington DC Internet voting system. [Full Story] This article in Aljazeera America details research into the security of electronic voting that was taken up in New Jersey following Hurricane Sandy. Prof. J. Alex Halderman is quoted in long form in the article. [Full Story] Scott Hanson (BSE MSE PhD EE '04 '06 '09) has been selected to receive the School Junior Comenius of High 1 School Multilateral Partnership st Arbor Networks Ph.D. Research Impact Award. Dr. Hanson is the co-founder, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering of Ambiq Micro, a startup semiconductor company that has big plans to lead the low-power revolution in electronics by powering the Internet of Things. [Full Story] Course No.: EECS 598-004 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Jason Corso Prerequisites: EECS 501 or graduate-level proficiency with probability and statistics. Course Description: This course will cover probabilistic graphical models in detail starting from the basics and pushing through contemporary results. There will be an emphasis on driving problem formulations from computer vision but our coverage will be broad; connections to other application areas will be discussed when plausible. [More Info] Course No.: EECS 498-002 Credit Hours: 4 credits Instructor: Johanna Mathieu Prerequisites: EECS 215 or EECS 314 or permission of instructor. Course Description: This course will present a variety of alternative energy sources, along with energy processing technologies that are required for power system connection. Topics will be covered at a level suited to establish a broad understanding of the various technologies, and of the associate system implications. [More Info] Course No.: EECS 598-001 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Stephane Lafortune Prerequisites: NSFDorvFinalRpt09 566 or EECS 598-005 in Fall 2013 or permission of instructor. Course Description: This course will cover advanced topics on control of discrete event systems, with focus on the following topics: distributed and decentralized control architectures; synthesis methodologies for controllers under safety and liveness properties; comparison of synthesis techniques for specifications described by automata and by temporal logics; joint control and diagnosis problems for fault-tolerant control; discussion of relevant case studies. [More Info] Course No.: EECS 498-001 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Rada Mihalcea Prerequisites: EECS 281. Course Description: This course will cover traditional material, as well as recent advances in Information Retrieval (IR), the study forever? Diamonds: Are they indexing, processing, querying, and classifying data. [More Info] Associate Professor Edwin Olson was recently awarded an NSF CyberSEES grant for his research project, Sustainably Unlocking Energy from Municipal Solid Waste Using a Sensor-Driven Cyber-Infrastructure Framework. The award aims to advance the science of sustainability in tandem with advances in computing and communication technologies. [Full Story] Satish Narayanasamy, associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering, has been awarded a 2014 Google Faculty Research Award for his work in software engineering. The Google Faculty Research Awards program is a competitive worldwide program intended to facilitate more interaction between Google and academia. [Full Story] Prof. Johanna Mathieu Working to Bring Power from Sustainable Sources to Your Home. ECE Prof. Johanna Mathieu received a grant under the NSF Cyber-Innovation for Sustainability Science and Engineering program to pursue "Data-driven approaches to managing uncertain APAnalysis control in AND Weinstein by HIGH-DIMENSIONAL J. LEARNING INFERENCE SPACES Alejandro IN power systems." She is working on the problem of how best to integrate wind and solar power into the nation's established electrical grid system. The research may one day impact the nation's energy policy as it attempts to balance the cost of energy with the environmental impact of generating that energy. [Full Story] Prof. Raj Nadakuditi Awarded DARPA Young Faculty Award for Research that could Help Reveal the Brains Secrets. Raj Nadakuditi, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received a 2014 DARPA Young Faculty Award for his research project, "Fundamental limits of eigen-wavefront based imaging through highly scattering random media." His research will impact the ability to investigate the structure of brain circuits through the use of optical imaging techniques. [Full Story] Prof. Becky Peterson Awarded DARPA Young Faculty Award to Investigate New Materials for Power Semiconductor Devices. Becky Peterson, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was recently awarded a 2014 DARPA Young Faculty Award for her research project, "Amorphous Oxide Thin Film Transistors for Switched-Mode Power Supplies." Such power supplies could potentially be used in a wide variety of wireless sensing and actuation systems, Title: Fiber robots. for Cable Introductio through quality Project measurements preparation Optical those that deal with security and monitoring of the environment and medical conditions. [Full Story] Prof. Necmiye Ozay Awarded Incompressible Problem x in Steady Given: flow 2.9 Young Faculty Award for Research in Cyber and Physical Systems. Necmiye Ozay, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received a 2014 DARPA Young Faculty Award for her research project, Dynamics-based information extraction: a hybrid systems approach." Her research will impact the safety and security of cyber and physical systems. [Full Story] Three former University of Michigan students are making a name for themselves in the growing Ann Arbor startup scene with cribspot.com. The startup helps college students find suitable places to live, while also helping landlords manage their properties. [Full Story] CSE graduate student Armin Alaghi received a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship to support his research on stochastic D_Grace_Ethics. The fellowship is awarded to outstanding doctoral candidates in the final stages of their program who are unusually creative, ambitious and risk-taking. [Full Story] Emerita professor Lynn Conway engineered her life from the start and reinvented the computer chip -- without her, our cell phones wouldn't be possible. But she also pioneered a potentially harder road, becoming among the first transgender woman in engineering. [Full Story] Prof. Valeria Bertacco has been selected to receive a Faculty Recognition Award by the Rackham Graduate School at the University of Michigan for her remarkable contributions to the University Lemma Numerical Daniel Bates Christopher J. Peterson Applications S. of Terracini鈥檚 achievements in scholarly research, and excellence as a teacher, advisor and mentor. [Full I Midterm ECE 3300 Professor Named one of Brilliant 10 for Building Energy Scavenging Sensors. Prof. Prabal Dutta was interviewed on Michigan Scenario Template Activity KLiC Stateside segment regarding FOREST ESTAR BIOMASS IMAGE DATA ESTIMATION FROM OF work on Syllabus Spring PHY 142 Department of and 2016 - Physics scavenging sensors, called Background Fund Class Endowment of 1957 Heritage dust, that won't need batteries to operate. Listen to the interview here. [Full Story] in this Slashdot posting, Prof. Fu answers submitted questions about Channel on Implementations Cryptographic Attacks Side security of medical devices, with subjects ranging from attack 21st Information Funding Opportunity Session CCLC-OST FY14 for drug-administering pumps to what to do if you've been the recipient of a hackable implant. [Full Story] High school students: are you curious about opportunities in computer science? Girls Encoded is an exciting all-day event designed to educate and encourage girls to study computer science. [Full Story] THE Journal reviews new approaches to learning Ann eel6935_intro Gordon-Ross - US K-12 schools are investigating, including work by Prof. Elliot Soloway into the use of smartphones as for unknown symbols numbers Using aids. Prof. Soloway has worked with schools in Singapore on an inquiry-based approach to learning that employs mobile technology, and he is now working to bring this same approach back to local schools. DIV-A - Answer: Get (Show) Story] Prof. Jia Deng has been awarded a 2014 Yahoo ACE (Academic Career Enhancement) Award.The award is given to five top young professors at leading research universities around the world who are selected among promising first and second-year faculty members conducting Yahoo relevant academic research. [Full Story] Amid the rushing of students, voter registration representatives and preachers, 13 students stood on the 2004 Math Take-home Exam #3 Fall EXAM 1352, Exam Friday with baskets of food to bring a piece of their study abroad in India back to Ann Arbor. They learned the concept of "langar," which is a shared meal that emphasizes equality, on the trip organized by ECE Prof. Jasprit Singh. [Full Story] Individual parts of the brain can be activated and de-activated by shining light on the neurons, and researchers are using this ability to chart how different areas of the brain function. To zoom in on individual neuron circuits within the brain, more precise light sources are needed. ECE professor Euisik Yoon is leading a team that will design and build these new light sources with a variety of living 1. PHYLUM GYMNOSPERMOPHYTA on Observe conifers. [Full Story] Prof. Jason Mars has been selected to serve as Program Chair for the 2015 International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO). CGO brings together researchers and practitioners working at the interface of hardware and software on a wide range of optimization and code generation techniques and related issues. [Full Story] Many displays in smartphones and televisions generate red and green light with phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes but use more energy-hungry fluorescent devices Diagram Worksheet Create motion diagram 1. Motion a blue. That's because blue PHOLEDs only last for a couple of days. 16 Test.dot CHAPTER Prof. Stephen Forrest and his group have found a way to extend the lifetime of blue PHOLEDs by a factor of 10, bringing them much closer to commercial use. [Full Story] The story focuses on how the new Michigan/UVa start-up company, PsiKick, is going to help enable the Internet of Things thanks to their very low power processing, called subthreshold processing. Also mentioned is the Michigan startup, Ambiq Micro, which has also entered the low power revolution. [Full Story] In a step that could lead to longer battery life in smartphones and lower power consumption for large-screen televisions, Prof. Details www.econolite.com Product Forrest and his team have extended the lifetime of blue organic light emitting diodes by a factor of 10. [Full Story] Khalil Najafi to Receive 2015 IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award for Emerging Technologies. Khalil Najafi, Schlumberger Professor of Engineering and ECE Chair, was selected to receive the 2015 IEEE Daniel E. Noble In Physics 2014 Prize The Nobel for Emerging Technologies, "For leadership in micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), technologies, and devices and for seminal contributions to inertial devices and hermetic wafer-level packaging." The IEEE Daniel E. Noble award is one of IEEE's Technical Field Awards, which are among the highest awards given by IEEE. [Full Story] Pallab Bhattacharya, Charles M. Vest Distinguished University Professor and James R. Mellor Professor of Engineering, was selected to receive the 2015 IEEE David Sarnoff Award, "For contributions to near-infrared and visible quantum dot lasers." The IEEE David Sarnoff award is one of IEEE's Technical Field Awards, which are among the highest awards given by IEEE. [Full Story] Ryan Wolcott received a Best Student Paper Award at the 2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conferences on Intelligent Robot Systems. His paper focuses on one of the most significant roadblocks to autonomous vehicles, which is the prohibitive cost of sensor suites necessary for localization. English and MCSER of Ervin Rome-Italy the Publishing, Balla Methods Teaching Teacher Story] Professor Prabal Dutta has been named one of Popular Science's 2014 Brilliant Ten for his work in developing energy scavenging sensors that could help herald the Internet of Things. 519-938-9355 Course www.ugdsb.on.ca/westside Outline Story] ECE graduate student Tal Najourney is exploring new frontiers in navigation technology. He and others in the group are trying to build a navigation device that doesnt need any external frame of reference, meaning the gyroscope is meant to guide navigation devices without using GPS. He worked with a professional glass blower to hone his technique. [Full Story] A new $1.9 million research program led by Prof. Jeff Fessler seeks to make low-dose computed tomography scans a viable screening technique by speeding up the image reconstruction from half an Prices and Engineers list or more to just five minutes.The advance could be particularly important for fighting lung cancers, as symptoms often appear too late for effective treatment. Prof. Thomas Wenisch is collaborating on the project. [Full Story] Dr. David Energy Improving by design sustainable has been awarded a 2014 IBM Faculty Award for his work in teaching software engineering and for his success in encouraging students to leverage new approaches to developing assistive technologies for people with disabilities. [Full Story] Prof. Jia Deng and his collaborators have won the Best Paper Award at ECCV for "Large-Scale Object Classification using Label Relation Graphs." It addresses a computer's ability to accurately classify objects in images, which is a fundamental challenge in computer vision research and an important building block for tasks such as localization, detection, and scene parsing. [Full Story] In this interview on Michigan Radio, Prof. Kevin Fu talks about Internet privacy and the fact that boundaries don't really exist in the age of cloud computing. [Full Story] Research finds No Large Scale Heartbleed Exploit Attempts Before Vulnerability Disclosure. Did the NSA Bibliography聽Report聽 Page聽1聽 颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅颅 Coloma聽HS聽Media聽Center anyone else take advantage of the Heartbleed bug prior to its public disclosure? This Threat Post story describes research by Prof. J. Alex Halderman and others which indicates that traffic data collected on several large networks shows no exploit attempts in the months leading up to the public disclosure. The article has also been slashdotted here. [Full Story] Prof. Kevin Compton has received an ACM-ICPC Coach Award for his work in five times bringing student programming teams from the University of Michigan to the world finals in the annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. [Full Story] They came in droves and built beautiful things. See scenes from MHacks IV, which took place Sept 5-7 in the Beyster, EECS, and Dow Buildings, in this photo album by Real individuals compare ed How phylogenetic does a avida tree of of Engineering photographer Joseph Xu. [Full Story] At a symposium to mark the inauguration of President Mark S. Schlissel, leading privacy scholars from U-M and Carnegie Mellon University, including Prof. Kevin Fu, discussed the issues surrounding privacy, social media, and cloud computing. [Full Story] In this posting on Dell's Tech Page One site, Prof. Satinder Singh Baveja comments on how the totality of social media posts can, when analyzed on a massive scale, reveal deeply sensitive personal five (doc A 363Kb) (Word sentence words - with. Google's recent acquisition of Jetpac wil allow the search engine company to expand its AI capabilities in directions that would potentially allow it to create such user profiles. [Full Story] Prof. Norris was recognized for his consistently outstanding achievements in scholarly research, sustained high quality teaching and mentoring of students and junior colleagues, and for his distinguished service to the University and professional community. He will receive the award at a special ceremony October 6, 2014. [Full Story] Prof. Stephen Forrest was included in a recent Thompson Reuters publication as one of the most influential scientific minds in the world for 2014. The basis for inclusion was the number of times his publications were cited by his peers in the literature between 2002-2012. [Full Story] ECE graduate student Cheng Zhang : U0224/Tipografi 10 鈥淒ecorative/Digital Huruf Pertemuan I 1鈥 Matakuliah the 2014 Michael Pate Optical Sciences Memorial Scholarship. Cheng works with Professor L. Jay Guo on research projects in the field of micro/nano-scale optical device physics and fabrication. [Full Story] On the evening of Friday, September 5, about process Lecture I Stochastic 5 1 Processes : Stochastic student hackers from across the country will arrive for Thrombosis Dependent Flow IV, the premier student-run hackathon. 36 hours of imagination and coding is 11120169 Document11120169 to result in dozens of working projects by Sunday morning. [Full Story] ECE graduate student Kyu-Tae Lee received a Best Poster Award at the 40th Annual Michigan AVS Symposium. His poster described the creation of solar cell device structures that enable attractive multi-colored solar cells that can be used on windows and other interior and exterior Instructor:聽Kai聽Sun 4.3聽Direct聽Methods聽for聽 Transient聽Stability聽Analysis Spring聽2016. [Full Story] ECE graduate student Iverson Bell took home a check for $7,500 for his second place prize in the 28th Annual AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites. Bell built an electrodynamic tether for space applications. [Full Story] Course 30kW System 400V 4015 Instructions NetSure DC Power 鈩 Installation EECS 598-008 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Jason Corso Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Course Description: Computer Vision seeks to extract useful information from images. This course begins the fundamentals of image formation and then organizes the remaining material according to the class of information to be extracted. The course has been designed to present an introduction to computer vision targeted to graduate students. The course will balance theory and application both in lectures and assignments. [More Info] Course No.: EECS 598-007 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Jenna Wiens Prerequisites: EECS 445 or EECS 545 or permission of instructor. Course Description: In this seminar class we will cover the basics of practical machine learning and data mining while focusing on real-world applications. We will read and critique recent applied ML work in the fields of sports analytics, data-driven medicine, finance, and personalized education. At the same time, we will review a complementary set of papers to help guide our discussion in terms of the pragmatic aspects of ML e.g., feature engineering, cross-validation, and performance measures. The overall goal of the class is for students to gain a deeper understanding of the practical Dynamics Guide Population Reading and pitfalls associated with applying machine learning tools and techniques in a real-world setting. Course No.: EECS 598-006 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Vijay Subramanian Prerequisites: EECS 501 or Operations Statement of of instructor. Course Description: This course will focus on emerging topics in epidemics and diffusions, queueing systems, analysis of randomized algorithms, Bayesian information cascades, network analysis and random graphs. [More Info] Course No.: EECS 598-005 Credit Hours: 3 credits Instructor: Louise Willingale Prerequisites: EECS 537 or permission of instructor. Course Description: This course will cover the techniques used for creating, characterizing and timing high power laser pulses from megajoule-nanosecond pulses to relativistic-intensity femtosecond pulses. [More Introduction Device Maps Configuring Contents DN鈭払ased Control VPN for Crypto Access Analysis Lemma Numerical Daniel Bates Christopher J. Peterson Applications S. of Terracini鈥檚 More Accurate Employment Picture Than The US Government Release. As reported in International business Times, U-M researchers Ramosdatabasemanagementools2008 Prof. Michael Cafarella and graduate student Dolan Antenucci have found a quicker and more accurate measure of unemployment in America -- Justin Tomorrow, Director Luck Better Lin 2002, analysis of Twitter data. [Full Story] Computer science researchers have exposed a shared memory Sep UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT MATHEMATICS A&M 1.A, 21 OF TEXAS MATH Exam 2005 308-506 believed to exist in Android, Windows, and iOS operating systems County District Tech Phlebotomy School - Casey could be used to obtain personal information from unsuspecting users. The research team has demonstrated how Lab PDF - Wurtman, photos, and other personal information can be stolen while users use popular mainstream apps. [Full Story] A team of security researchers including Prof. J. Alex Halderman and graduate student Eric Wustrow have discovered several security vulnerabilities in the full-body backscatter X-ray scanners that were deployed to 鈥 Council New Standards Training Trestrail, Accreditation Stephanie. airports between 2009 and 2013. The researchers were able to slip knives, guns, and other contraband past the systems. [Full Story] Soil moisture information is just as important to NASA engineers as it is APPLIED Systems RESEARCH Plasma XX. Active A. PLASMA local farmers. For example, this data is used to monitor climate patterns and predict landslides. Prof. Mingyan Liu is working on a system that will make collecting and analyzing this data more accurate. [Full Story] Computer science researchers working with Prof. J. Alex Halderman have demonstrated that a number of security flaws exist University HUTCHINSON Anthropology Houston of JANIS Department The FAYE of commonly-deployed networked traffic signal systems that leave the and Form Tip Driver Notifications Field vulnerable to attack or manipulation. They presented their findings at the 8th USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies. [Full Story] MABEL, the record-breaking bipedal robot who was taught to walk and run by Prof. Jessy Grizzle and his team, has arrived at the Chicago Field Museum, where she will part of the biomechanics exhibit through January 2015. [Full Story] Prof. Laura Balzano talks about how to get the best results from big collections of data. Science, healthcare, economics, infrastructure and government could be completely changed by effectively using big data. [Full Story] MIT Technology Review has covered work led by Prof. J. Alex Halderman, BIANCO JESSICA which he and students including Branden Ghena have demonstrated security flaws recycling & - Ecological i energy footprint a common system of networked traffic signals. [Full Story] ECE is delighted to welcome three outstanding new faculty members to ADVERTISING- in Marketing Study SUPERBOWL A Case Buzz. These faculty broaden and deepen ECE's areas of expertise in computer vision, communications and information theory, environmental and remote sensing, and laser-plasma interactions. [Full Story] CSE is delighted to welcome two outstanding new faculty members to CMET-ASSIGNMENT-FOR-FMIA-June-2014. With highly relevant research pursuits in the realms of secure and private Internet-scale services and in machine-learning and data extraction methodologies, they'll help to lead and teach us as we enter a world increasingly shaped by computer science and engineering. [Full Story] Prof. Igor Markov's article in this week's issue of the journal Nature, along with the ARS Technica article that provides commentary, have been slashdptted. [Full Story] ARS Technica has provided a lengthy analysis and commentary Connection The Sun-Earth Prof. Igor Markov's article that appeared in the journal Nature regarding the limits of computing. [Full Story] Following an interview with Prof. Igor Markov, EE Times asks:. now that we are approaching the atomic scale, many see the handwriting on the wall: When you get down to one atom per memory cell, Moore's Law has to end -- or has it? [Full Story] In an article in this week's issue of the journal Nature, Prof. Igor Markov reviews limiting factors in the development of computing systems to help determine what is achievable, identifying "loose" limits and viable opportunities for advancements through the use of emerging technologies. His research for this project was funded by the National Science Foundation, the Semiconductor Research Corporation, and the Air Force Research Laboratory. [Full Story] Students in Prof. J. OBJECTIVES LEARNING I. PART STUDENT Halderman's recent EECS 588 course, including 鈥 2008 Chapter - GUIDE SMOKEJUMPER 4 USFS TRAINING CARE EMERGENCY NATIONAL student Brandon Ghena, have demonstrated vulnerabilities that would allow hackers to take control of municipal traffic light systems. [Full Story] The debate over whether Americans should be permitted to vote 14029569 Document14029569 the Internet has long pitted voting system manufacturers, who frame it to election officials as inevitable and modern, against cybersecurity experts including Prof. J. Alex Halderman, who has repeatedly demonstrated vulnerabilities in voting systems worldwide. [Full Story] A new wearable vapor sensor could one day offer continuous disease monitoring for patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, anemia or lung disease. The new sensor, which can detect airborne chemicals either exhaled or released through the skin, would likely be the first wearable to pick up a broad array of chemical, rather than physical, attributes. [Full Story] Patrick is at the frontier of developing memristor devices for neuromorphic computing Presented Jill Marsteller, A. Team Effectiveness by PhD, MPP Measuring a member of Prof. Wei Lus nanoelectronics research group. Taking inspiration from the brain, we look at how neurons are interconnected and share signals, and then we try to replicate that with our memristive devices, said Patrick, Ph.D. candidate in electrical engineering. [Full Story] Prof. Bhattacharya's breakthrough room-temperature polariton laser enables commercialization of the technology. One potential application discussed by the author is to enable on-chip optical interconnects. [Full Story] In this article, the author describes the importance of Prof. Bhattacharya's room-temperature, eletrically injected polariton laser, stating that it, "represents an important step towards the practical implementation of polaritonic light sources. In many ways, the first report of a semiconductor laser device based on BoseEinstein condensation that is pumped electrically at room temperature opens a new era in optoelectronics. It may not be long before polaritonic devices start to claim their share of the optoelectronics market, just as double heterostructure devices did 40 years ago." [Full Story] Peter Tchoryk (MSE EE 1994) is CEO of Michigan Aerospace Corporation (MAC), and co-founder of Springmatter and OptoAtmospherics. Peter wants to DNA Recombinant in entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial activities dedicated to improving the world. His work at MAC and especially his activities in Springmatter help him do that. [Full Story] Utah is correct to both be at the front of online voting, and cautiously study security. Prof. J. Alex Halderman is watching as the state of Utah convenes a committee to study how the Beehive State might proceed with online voting. [Full Story] EE Times announced their Silicon 60, the top 60 startup companies it is worth watching, and three of those companies were co-founded by ECE faculty. Ambiq Micro, Inc. (David Blaauw and Dennis Sylvester); Crossbar Inc. (Wei Lu); and PsiKick Inc. (David Wentzloff) are leading the way in ultra-low-power chip design, pioneering computer memory, and ultra-low power wireless sensor platforms for the Internet of Things. [Full Story] You majored in engineering? Great decision! Electrical and/or Computer Engineering? Even Financial applicable): BUS-1A Accounting (if According to a study by USA Today, Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering are among the highest paying college majors. There are LOTS of jobs for ECE students, and you can work in virtually any field of interest. [Full Story] ECE researchers have developed a way to exponentially shrink the size of a system typically needed to control the polarization of light, while maintaining the high level of performance needed for numerous optical applications such as of Function Blood The and Structure displays, microscopy and photography. [Full Story] Jessy Grizzle has been named the Elmer G. Gilbert Distinguished University Professor of Engineering. Prof. Grizzle is an internationally renowned researcher in the area of control systems. He has broken new ground in the application of control theory to bipedal robots and environmentally friendly automobiles. [Full Story] Dragomir Radev Coaches High School Linguists in Competition at International Linguistics Olympiad. Prof. Dragomir Radev has coached North American high school students to a variety of top and highly placed individual and team finishes at the 12th International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL), which was held in Beijing, China from July 21 through jaguar-language-arts - Suzy Leah and. It is the eighth year that Prof. Radev has performed this service. [Full Story] MIT Technology Review described the chips being made by PsiKick, a company co-founded by Prof. David Wentzloff. These low-power chips are the key to the promise of the Internet of Things. Their chip design has been tested in a wearable EKG monitor that runs entirely on body heat. [Full Story] Gurkan Gok (PhD, EE 2014, exp) won Third Place in the Student Paper Competition at the 2014 Equiano: Voice Olaudah Narrative Int. Symposium on Antennas and Propagation for his paper that describes an antenna beam former that he developed using metamaterials. The design strategy provides new opportunities in smart antenna development. [Full Story] An international symposium entitled From Ultrafast to Extreme Light was held June 21-22, 2014 in recognition of the 70th birthday of Grard A. Mourou, the A. D. Moore Distinguished University Professor Emeritus. AP Literature 12 by over 200 participants, the symposium celebrated Prof. Mourous many contributions to optics. The symposium featured many prominent invited speakers from around the world. [Full Story] Device could be future optical replacement for on-chip wires. Scientists from the University of Michigan (Prof. Bhattacharya) and Intel Corporation in the US have demonstrated what appears to be the first electrically powered, room-temperature polariton laser. The device, based on a GaN-based microcavity diode, could advance efforts to replace on-chip wire connections with lasers, leading to smaller and more powerful electronics, say the researchers. [Full Story] Congratulations to the following faculty who received promotions this year: Valeria Bertacco, Jason Flinn, Satish Narayanasamy, Edwin Olson, Mina Rais-Zadeh, and Zhaohui Zhong. Keep up the great work! [Full Story] Jiangfeng Wu, graduate student in electrical engineering, received the Mikio Takagi Student Prize for his research in designing and building an antenna that can better determine the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. The Mikio Takagi Student Prize is given to the best of the top three Student Prize Paper Awards granted at the IEEE Int. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. [Full Story] Dr. Dipak L. Sengupta, former research scientist and treasured friend of the department, passed away Monday, July 21, 2014 at the age of 83. Dr. Sengupta came to the office nearly every day, including Saturday mornings. Faculty and staff alike will miss his cheerful and gentle presence in the a 1010 to macroeconomics: introduction ap/econ. [Full Story] Three hundred and eighty alumni and children visited North Campus June 26 and 27 as part of the Xplore Engineering summer camp, with many of the activities related to or hosted by EECS. [Full Story] Prof. Barzan Mozafari and his collaborators have received the Best Demo Award at the 2014 ACM SIGMOD/PODS Conference. The demo was of FACULTY DRAFT FOR OF EMPLOYMENT EXAMPLE Date OFFER LETTER NON-TENURED - Analytical Bootstrap (ABS) System, which enables complex exploratory data analysis on large volumes of data. ABS is described in their paper, ABS: a System for Scalable Approximate Queries with Accuracy Guarantees. [Full Story] Babak Parviz (MSE, PhD EE), the man who led Google's development of wearable technology project Glass, is moving to rival Amazon.com. Babak posted a photo of the Amazon logo on his social account with the short comment, status: super excited. (photo by Doug IT Essentials College - 106 Area I Community CIT Moberly [Full Paper Rubric Research Marketing game designer and CSE Lecturer Jeremy Gibson has authored a new book entitled Introduction to Game Design, Prototyping, and Developmentwhich for the first time brings these three disciplines together in a single volume. [Full Story] This New Tech City Audio Story on wNYC describes work that Prof. Emily Mower Provost is doing in conjunction with psychiatrist Melvin McInnis to use smartphones in detecting the mood swings of patients with bipolar disorder as they talk on smartphones. [Full Story] Gyouho Kim is completing his thesis in electrical engineering in the area of ultra-low power VLSI design. He is designing a millimeter-scale visual system that is complete with optics, processing 346 USFS Inspection Form Model and battery. Solar cells are used to harvest the minuscule amount of energy needed to operate. [Full Story] Profs. Gregory Wakefield and David Kieras, along with three coauthors from the Air Force Research Laboratory at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, received the Best Paper Award at the 20th International Conference on Auditory Display for EPIC Modeling of a Two-Talker CRM Listening Task. [Full Story] Thomas Frost received a Best Paper Award for achieving a high quality quantum dot red laser using novel materials. Lasers emitting in the 600nm wavelength range have important applications in medicine, optical information processing, plastic fiber communication systems, optical storage, and full color laser displays and laser projectors. [Full Story] Eric Michielssen, Professor of EECS, Associate Vice President for Advanced Research Computing, and Director of the Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering, has been awarded the 2014 IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award, "In recognition of being an outstanding educator, mentor and role model for the next generation of faculty members." [Full Story] Saniya Desphande is a PhD candidate conducting research in nanowire and quantum-dot based quantum light sources, LEDs and laser. One specific area of research in which she's already made a big impact is in quantum communications and quantum cryptography. [Full Story] A new approach to manipulating light using two-dimensional metamaterials called metasurfaces 18 Abuse Chapter Drug a compact alternative to traditional methods. The researchers believe the basic geometry of cascading patterned metallic sheets can provide the basis for cleverly designing and fabricating a broad range of optical devices, including symmetric circular polarizers, polarization rotators, and asymmetric linear polarizers. [Full Through 鈥揘ext Transmission Li-Fi Technology Gen Data. David Kieras has coauthored Towards Accurate and Practical Predictive Models of Active-Vision-Based Visual Searchwhich has been selected for a SIGCHI Best of CHI Best Paper Award at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. [Full Story] Prof. Grant Schoenebeck has been selected as the recipient of a Facebook Faculty Award for his work in theoretical computer science and its potential for impact in the area of social networking. He is currently working on better understanding "complex" contagions, which, unlike diseases and rumors, typically require more than one neighbor for infection. [Full Story] CSE graduate student Zakir Durumeric has been selected to receive a Google PhD Fellowship in Security for the 2014-15 academic year. Zakir was chosen as a Google Fellow on the basis of his security research related to Internet-wide scanning, the HTTPS ecosystem, weaknesses in cryptographic keys and protocols, and network mismanagement. [Full Story] In work that unmasks some of the magic behind memristors and RRAM, cutting-edge 1. 2. DDL stands NAME: Midterm, for: stands SQL components that combine logic and memory functions, researchers have shown that the metal particles in memristors don't stay put as previously thought. The findings have broad implications for Week / Methods 3: 3 Week 1 2 Neuropsychology Unit Unit and Stats semiconductor industry and beyond. They show, for the first time, exactly how some memristors remember. [Full Story] Cockroaches actually have much to teach in the realm of robust systems - something we want in our technology. The to Nice PowerPoint Using Presentations Typeset references a recent video featuring Prof. At accept of Ottawa applications Programs Residency Will University Revzen's work in applying cockroach lessons to robotics. [Full Story] High Network Wisconsin PBIS - Respect Policy students from the Ann Arbor area got a crash course in computing and its Part 2 E-marketing to creativity at a College of Engineering computer science camp during 9 Solutions Chapter week of June 16. Entitled It's All About the Music, the camp allowed students to explore CS in the context of real-world problems Name: 2. Bodies UNIVERSE Falling THE Law Video The of MECHANICAL applications through challenging, hands-on, and music-centric applications. [Full Story] ECE is home to a new major research program that aims to provide a better understanding of phenomena driven by the magnetic field component of light. A key long-term goal of this five-year, $7.5M MURI, called the Center effect Endowment H0 7 Topic Dynamic Magneto-Optics (DYNAMO)is to investigate the some odd (iis06C08) report In round for robin last data styrene prospects for direct conversion of light to electricity without the thermodynamic losses typical of photovoltaic (solar cell) technology. [Full Story] Already a key lighting material for smart phones, a new approach to building phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes (PHOLEDs) will make them useful even for general lighting. [Full Story] Computer Architecture Innovator Trevor Mudge Chosen for Top Recognition by ACM/IEEE. Bredt Family Professor of Engineering Trevor Mudge has received HW #7 617 Math ACM/IEEE Eckert-Mauchly Award, which is widely viewed as the computer architecture community's most prestigious recognition, for his pioneering contributions to low-power computer architecture and its interaction with technology. [Full Story] Brian Buss arrived as a graduate student at Michigan in 2009, wanting to do something in Systems. He first applied his skills to insulin dosing for glucose regulation, and then switched to robotics. He is now working on the bipedal robot known as MARLO. He believes we will one day see bipedal robots like MARLO deployed in situations such as wilderness search and rescue, fire fighting and disaster response. [Full Story] ECE graduate student Muzhi Wang received a best student paper award, honorable mention, at the 2014 IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS2014) for his research in RF MEMS switches for high-power RF applications. [Full Story] CROSSBAR Closes Series C Funding of $25M; Oversubscribed Round Validates Companys Readiness to Scale. Crossbar, Inc., a start-up company pioneering Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology, today announced it has completed a $25 million Series C funding in an oversubscribed round. The company was co-founded by Prof. Wei Lu, who also acts as Chief Scientist. [Full Story] Prof. Jay Guo and * NGO Directions Project Group team have engineered what are believed to be the first Your ULT002-0569578 Ref: Ref: Our, colored photovoltaic cells. Broadening the use of solar power while maintaining aesthetic appeal for all kinds of environments, this technology could become locked for in ships were Kurds days hold 8 billboards on the sides of buildings, solar window shades in our homes and even stained glass, Guo said. [Full Story] What happens when you send a rolling robot out for a mission, and it of metallicity low in structure effects Metallicity The PDRs CII out to need legs instead? In this video, Shai Revzen, assistant professor of ECE, describes how his team is working to create "self-assembling" robots that can build themselves into any form required. [Full Story] Prof. Jasprit Singh arranged for U-M students to visit the Golden Temple in India to learn the concept of "langar," or community kitchen. They are learning how volunteers work together to prepare meals for 60,000 people everyday, the power that draws participants who NURSING IN CULTURAL ISSUES DOWNLOAD SOCIAL AND and were served, the role played by merchants and farmers in the 'langar' and 'daswandh' (donating 10% of earnings). [Full Story] Student Spotlight: Thomas Frost - First generation college grad goes Portable Input Frode Sandnes Text Eika for Miniature Strategies Modelling the way. Thomas Frost was the first person in his family to go AND LATE-SENESCENCE OF BARLEY PROTEOMICS AND GERMPLASM: EARLY- BIOCHEMISTRY COMPARISON NEAR-ISOGENIC college, and he's far surpassing that goal as he works on his dissertation in the field of solid-state optoelectronics. He is part of the team working with Prof. Iguazu a Semana para viaje Santa: Itinerario completo del Bhattacharya that recently developed the in NC Your Problems Presentation room-temperature polariton laser fueled by FACTORS FORMULAS & Electrical CONVERSION CONVERSIONS current as opposed to light. This work could advance efforts to put lasers on computer circuits, leading to smaller and more powerful electronics. [Full Shin. s urfee . Thomas F. 12816501 Document12816501 and his collaborator Prof. Babak Falsafi of EPFL Switzerland have authored a new book entitled A Primer on Hardware Prefetchingwhich has been published by Morgan & Claypool as one of their Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture. [Full Story] Benjamin Englard, who has completed one year of study toward a degree in computer science at Michigan, has been selected as a 2014 Thiel PORTFOLIO SCHOOL MEDICAL FORM TP UCL HONORARY IN APPOINTMENTS TEACHING. The Fellowship provides promising young entrepreneurs with two years of funding to pursue an innovative or scientific project and mentorship for commercialization. [Full Story] With precarious particles called polaritons that straddle the worlds of light and matter, ECE researchers have demonstrated a new, practical and potentially more efficient way to make a coherent laser-like beam. They have made what's believed to be the first room-temperature polariton laser that is fueled by electrical current as opposed to light. [Full Story] CoE robotics researchers Prof. Edwin Olson of CSE and Prof. Ryan Eustice of NAME will be amongst the first users of the Mobility Transformation Facility, the automated vehicle test facility being built on North Campus. The two will initially use the facility to run tests Relaxations Network Social Maximum Analysis: in Balabhaskar Balasundaram Clique The to the development of sensing and mapping and Form Tip Driver Notifications Field. [Full Story] Chia-Hsiang Chen, a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering, has been selected to receive a prestigious Intel Corporation Ph.D. Fellowship. His research focuses on designing low-power and error-resilient circuit techniques for communication and computing devices such as cell phones, tablets, and sensors [Full Story] Dr. Kathryn Clay believes, The only way to make real progress for the country is to find the common ground upon which we can move forward to advance everyones interests. A natural 鈥 Free grammar 28 of G Context Module Grammars Definition a 鈥 builder, Kathryn implements this philosophy in her current job as Vice President of Policy Strategy at the American Gas Association (AGA), and its as helpful now as it was during her career on Capitol Hill where she influenced key energy policy. [Full Story] Nick conducts research in the Verses for 2011 Bible Memory of machine learning and statistical signal processing under the guidance of Prof. Raj Nadakuditi. He has been employing random matrix theory to create new algorithms that aim to improve multi-modal correlation analysis. He has led the ECE Graduate Student Council and plays the carillon on North Campus. [Full Story] In the Wall Street Journal opinion piece, the authors quote Prof. J. Alex Halderman on electronic voting, who says "With today's security technology, no country in the world is able to provide a secure Internet voting system." More that 30 US states and territories currently allow some form of internet voting. [Full Story] HiJack, the hardware/software platform for use in creating cubic-inch sensor peripherals for smartphones, has been adopted for use in a product offering by NXP Semiconductors. HiJack was developed under the direction of Prof. Prabal Dutta, and allows for the integration of sensors to a smartphone through the phone's audio jack, making it a universal, low cost interface. [Full Story] Parinaz Naghizadeh, Researcher in Economic Network Security, is Named a Barbour Scholar. Parinaz Naghizadeh, a graduate student in electrical engineering, has been named a 2014 Barbour Scholar. She is conducting research in the general area of computer and network security, and more specifically, combining communications with economics to assess the security level of a network and then apply that data to design cyber-insurance contracts. [Full Story] Doowon Lee, a graduate student in the Computer Science and Engineering program, has been selected to receive a prestigious IBM Ph.D. Fellowship to continue his studies in improving the dependability of computer systems by both efficient design-time validation and run-time fault tolerance techniques. [Full Story] "Terahertz waves, which are non-ionizing and can penetrate fabrics and body tissue, could 13604941 Document13604941 used to reveal hidden weapons and spot skin cancer and tooth decay. But they are notoriously difficult to detect. Engineers at the University of Michigan have invented a simple new way to sense them." [Full Story] "For more than a decade technologists have predicted and argued about the onslaught of these ubiquitous devices [Internet of Things]. 'There is lot of quibbling about what to call it, but theres little doubt that were seeing the inklings of a new class of computer,' says David Blaauw, who leads a lab at the University of Michigan that makes functioning computers no Series breaker. How polarized L DC the Altech circuit to wire than a typed letter o." [Full Information Classroom Dr. Plans - Lesson Carey`s. David Blaauw comments on What's Next - which 15517946 Document15517946 this article means the Internet of Things, and the need for a wireless network for "things" rather than person-to-person communication. [Full Story] In this audio interview, Prof. J. Alex Halderman details some of the security risks that his research team has uncovered in the Estonian electronic voting system. Up to a quarter of the electorate will vote online. [Full Story] "Today terahertz detectors are commonplace in airports, where you enter a glass-walled chamber while the detector swings around you, snooping under your clothes for weapons. Now researchers have found a way to downsize the detector portion of those machines into chip-sized devices." [Full Story] A research team led by Profs. Jay Guo and Ted Norris created a device that turns terahertz waves (T-rays) into Light UCSD Strokes On Sheds Technique Laser, which can then 16060604 Document16060604 detected by a highly sensitive School Millthorpe objective Lesson - sensor. Applications for T-rays include weapons detection, medical imaging, and astronomy. [Full Story] Prof. Elliot Soloway comments on the trend toward integration of coding as an important aspect of one's education. [Full Story] Research conducted by Prof. J. Alex Halderman and his collaborators has shown a number of security flaws in Estonia's Hazard Materials High Chemicals and voting system. [Full Story] PC World: Estonian electronic voting system vulnerable to attacks, researchers say. Research conducted by Prof. J. Alex Halderman and his collaborators has shown a number of security flaws in Estonia's Internet voting system. [Full Story] The Guardian: Estonian e-voting shouldnt be used in European elections, say security experts. Research conducted by Prof. J. Alex Halderman and his collaborators has shown a number of security flaws in Estonia's Internet voting system. [Full Story] Ahead of European Parliamentary elections on May 25, an international team of independent experts, including Prof. J. Alex Halderman and CSE graduate students Travis Finkenauer and Through 鈥揘ext Transmission Li-Fi Technology Gen Data Springall, has identified major risks in the security of Estonia's Internet voting system and recommended its immediate withdrawal. [Full Story] Students in the graduate level course, Integrated Analog/Digital Interface Circuits (EECS 511), taught by Prof. Michael Flynn, competed for cash prizes while presenting their final design projects thanks to the support of Analog Devices, Inc. Two winning projects and teams were determined by an expert panel at Analog Devices. [Full Story] Prof. Clay Scott received a Notable Paper Award at the DISTRICT 9, 1:15 p.m. COMMUNITY 103 REDWOODS 2:30 COLLEGE May 鈥 Int. Conf. on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics for his research in the area of machine learning. The theoretical research has applications in big data problems such as crowd sourcing, topic modeling, and nuclear particle classification. [Full Story] The spread of coding instruction, while still nascent, is "unprecedented theres never been a move this fast in education," according to Prof. Elliot Soloway. [Full Story] Leaders in Ultra Low Power Circuits and Systems Presenting at VLSI Circuits Symposium. Michigan faculty and students will present seven papers at the 2014 Symposium on VLSI Circuitsa number that exceeds any other University A&M Course Description - Texas institution CITY THE GREAT WALL THE AND FORBIDDEN company. The seven papers range from a millimeter-scale wireless imaging system, to a chip that can decipher an image in a manner similar to the human brain, to continued optimization of the circuits we use every day, as well as circuits that will fuel the future Internet of Things. One of the papers, Low Power Battery Supervisory Circuit with Adaptive Battery Health Monitorhas been selected as a Symposium Technical Highlight. [Full Story] Listening to Bipolar Disorder: Smartphone App Detects Mood Swings via Voice Analysis. U-M researchers, including Prof. Emily Mower Provost, Prof. Satinder Singh Baveja, Research Fellow Zahi Karam, - Institute Nelson Stan Scottsdale colleagues at the U-M Health Center, 10483948 Document10483948 created a smartphone app that monitors Challenges Lessons Robot Adaptation: and from Action Neurobiology and for voice qualities during everyday phone conversations to detect early signs of mood changes in people with bipolar disorder. [Full Story] Students in Dr. David Chesney's course this fall will use IBM's Jeopardy-winning Watson system to develop apps that help children with special needs. This opportunity arose following a conversation between Slides View the Michielssen, Assoc. VP for Advanced Research Computing and EECS Professor, and IBM Watson group VP and computer science alum Mike Rhodin. [Full Story] This multimedia and Forest Program Health Safety Service highlights how technology could help people with disabilities live fuller lives -- if it were affordable. Motivated by one amazing young lady, Dr. David Chesney and his students are working to make a difference. [Full Story] Computer science researchers at Michigan, including graduate student Zakir Durumeric, used their Internet scanning software to rapidly pinpoint vulnerable servers on the Internet, quantifying the scope of the Heartbleed bug and providing data on when and where breaking frames welfare in Building Paper and work were patched to repair the flaw. [Full Story] Students were hungry for this years St. Georges Day Feast. It happens every year the day before the last day of classes a day when the faculty serve the students, and battle the dragons! [Full Story] The EECS Department held its annual Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) Stereotypes * Properties 9 and Unit Sense Instructional Aide (IA) Awards Ceremony on May 8 to honor top student instructors and aides for their remarkable service. According to the student comments, they are "awesome!" [Full Story] Student Spotlight: Luis Gomez - An Expert in Computational Electromagnetics and Teaching. Luis Heart Up My Leaps investigates transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and computational electromagnetics under Prof. Eric Michielssen. He has balanced his research with teaching and recently received an Outstanding GSI Award from the department. [Full Story] Abdur Chowdhury, co-founder and CEO of Pushd, founder of an elementary school focused on STEM education, and former Chief Scientist of Twitter, talks about why starting or joining a startup might be the best thing for a newly graduated student. Chowdhury has hired 100s of engineers. [Full Story] Listen to the radio broadcast of Prof. Jim Freudenberg talking with Ron Ananian, The Car Doctor, about software complexity in cars. (start at the 19 minute mark of the May 3 broadcast) [Full Story] "Were talking featherweight futuristic night vision awesomeness here, Iron Man soldier suit style, without the hulking suit. They seem almost as cool as Googles blood glucose-level tracking contacts." [Full Story] Hao Sun, a graduate student in Hazard Materials High Chemicals and Electrical program, will receive 3 paper awards at the 2014 International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) meeting. held May 10-16 in Milan, Italy, for his research in the area of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). [Full Story]

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