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One-credit class for curious students with no CS background returns this fall

Discover Computer Science provides a basic background in all the skills a student needs to pursue further education in computing.

Gift from Daniel E. Offutt III Charitable Trust endows CSE chair and funds targeted activities

The gift will be extremely valuable as CSE continues to progress as a computer science powerhouse.

New Master of Engineering in ECE provides professional training for industry-track students

The program is highly structured and emphasizes rigorous theory combined with practical training.

Gift from EECS alumnus David J. Kuck establishes CSE Dissertation Prize

Kuck’s impacts in the area of parallel computing are an inspiration to all of us, and this award will carry real significance for its recipients.

84 internships and research fellowships for the pandemic summer

When summer internships fell through, Michigan Engineering staff scrambled to make sure students would still have access to experiential learning.

Engineering course challenges students to create tech solutions for COVID-19

‘When caught in a situation such as this, creatively and positively helping others is always an excellent endeavor.’

Instructors mail robot parts, develop video project amid sudden online semester

EECS 373 course instructors quickly pulled together an alternative final project that had students building robots at home.

Westley Weimer voted 2020 HKN Professor of the Year in CSE

Weimer is well known as a passionate educator, and for going the extra mile to engage with and advocate for students.

Prof. Fred Terry voted 2020 HKN Professor of the Year in ECE

Prof. Terry was teaching Introduction to Electronic Circuits when the classrooms went dark due to COVID-19.

K-12 online learning platform sees big rise in use

Daily webinars available for teachers interested in exploring the free customizable tools.

Retooled computer science course goes all-COVID, all-online

Class seeks software solutions to COVID-19 problems.

Herbert Winful named Joseph E. and Anne P. Rowe Professor of Electrical Engineering

Winful has made fundamental contributions to nonlinear optics and the physics of tunneling, while also championing an inclusive department.

Tiana Brandon: Building a Bridge to Success for Students in CS

Tiana loves CS and considers herself a supporter of CSE. She shares her experiences, struggles, and thoughts as a first-generation student.

Brian Raeker recognized as an outstanding GSI

ECE PhD student Brian Raeker was awarded a Towner Prize for Outstanding Engineering GSIs.

Prof. Sandeep Pradhan receives Education Excellence Award from the College of Engineering

Pradhan is honored for his dedication to students and commitment to improving education at all levels.

Prof. Laura Balzano wins Education Excellence Award from the College of Engineering

Balzano is honored for her all-around excellence in teaching, mentorship, and curriculum development.

Prof. Jamie Phillips wins Service Excellence Award from the College of Engineering

Phillips is honored for his excellence in serving the campus community through development of extracurriculars, mentorship, and academic programs.

Amir Kamil recognized for outstanding contributions to education

Kamil has shown a consistent and unrelenting commitment to bettering education in CSE.

Faculty, students pay tribute to Prof. Demos Teneketzis’ remarkable career

Known for his impeccable scholarship and compassionate mentorship, Prof. Teneketzis, an expert in stochastic control, decentralized information systems, networks, and discrete event systems, retired after 35 years of service to the department.

Institution partnerships offer best of both worlds

ECE helped host faculty from Morehouse College and Prairie View A&M University to explore cross-collaboration opportunities, which allow students and faculty to experience the cultures of both Historically Black Colleges & Universities and U-M.

Learning the computational mindset – education researchers give perspective

The authors argue that modern children already think with computation after being shaped by the prolific digital tools that fill their lives

Valeria Bertacco appointed vice provost for engaged learning

Bertacco will advocate for and support university initiatives that create opportunities for action-based and engaged student learning.

Georgia Tech Dean of College of Engineering, Steve McLaughlin, wins 2019 ECE Distinguished Educator Award

McLaughlin spoke about how academic institutions can take better care of their students’ mental health while providing a fuller academic experience, as well as his love for U-M.

ECE hosts first Grad School Workshop to showcase benefits of an advanced degree

The workshop attracted students from all over the country and demystified the ECE graduate school experience.

ECE welcomes four new faculty for 2019

With research expertise in the areas of robotics, computer vision, control systems, and big data - these faculty are working to improve rehabilitation and autonomous systems, make systems safer, and process big data for a wide variety of applications.

Electrify goes to Detroit

Electrify hosted its first Detroit Tech Camp at the Michigan Engineering Zone this summer to give Detroit-area students greater access to engage with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Visiting students celebrate experiences, projects

Ten students from Ethiopia have completed a new summer-long exchange program in engineering at the University of Michigan.

Prof. Winick retires, leaving a legacy that empowers students to seek life and learning outside of the lab

For the past 31 years, Prof. Winick has helped define undergraduate courses and curriculum both at U-M and abroad while inspiring all to engineer their future by understanding the past.

Guzdial receives SIGCSE outstanding educator award

Guzdial is a leading expert in the field of computing education, and was one of its earliest researchers.

Teaching science with sound waves

The classes got to learn about cybersecurity, the physics of sound waves, and how to beam music a long distance like a flashlight using ultrasound.

Student receives GSI Award for innovative work as educator, promoting diversity

Burdick has done extensive work as an instructor in EECS courses and promoter of diversity in the department.

Black Engineers convention comes to Detroit and ECE is there to welcome the record-breaking 14,000 attendees

At this year’s convention for the National Society of Black Engineers, U-M professors, students, and alums came together with the other attendees to share experiences, offer career advice, and explore how to improve society.

Outstanding commitment to undergraduate mentorship

“Thanks to his tireless support and unparalleled patience, I am now equipped with a fundamental research skill set.”

Prof. Zhengya Zhang receives CoE undergraduate education award

Prof. Zhang receives outstanding evaluations from students and opens their imagination to research in the field of VLSI circuits and systems.

College award for excellence in education

Bill Arthur was recognized for demonstrating sustained excellence in instruction and guidance.

Transforming tools for some into a language for all

The efforts of computing education researcher Mark Guzdial span the challenges facing a young field

Collegiate Lecturership recognizes commitment to innovative teaching

In recognition of his outstanding contributions to education, Dr. David Chesney has been named a 2018-2019 Toby Teorey Collegiate Lecturer.

Johanna Mathieu receives Ernest and Bettine Kuh Distinguished Faculty Award

The award recognizes Mathieu’s outstanding teaching, research, and service in the area of power and energy.

ECE and data science: a natural connection

Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) faculty and students at Michigan are part of the revolution in data science that is happening today.

$1.8M for ‘active learning’, a step toward broader change in higher education

Rare in engineering education research, the project involves a randomized control trial to determine if it’s effective.

ECE Family Fun Night draws over 500 attendees

Attendees explored engineering teams, labs, and projects with demonstrations and games.

STEM Education: A taste of research for K-12 teachers

The REACT workshop pairs U-M researchers with K-12 science educators to introduce primary school teachers to new laboratory science and classroom-friendly activities.

Making education accessible in rural India

Through EduTech, CS student Divyansh Sharma is working to deliver free video courses directly to Indian people in need of basic education.

New one-credit course allows those without experience to discover computer science

Throughout the semester, students will work with Prof. Rada Mihalcea and PhD student Laura Wendlandt to see how computers connect to real-world applications in many disciplines.

Q&A with Mingyan Liu

The incoming electrical and computer engineering chair talks about her vision for the future.

Nino A. Masnari (1935 – 2018): In memoriam

Nino Masnari, alumnus, friend, and former faculty member of Electrical and Computer Engineering, passed away May 19, 2018 at the age of 82.

Students win prizes for improving image processing techniques for liver cancer detection and much more

Students in EECS 556: Image Processing, explore methods to improve image processing in applications such as biomedical imaging and video and image compression

Free electrical engineering textbooks for students

The three textbooks cover as many as five undergraduate courses in electrical engineering.

Shai Revzen receives inaugural Robotics Institute Teaching Award for hands-on approach to education

Course encourages students to come up with their own robot designs.

Charles and Patricia Krumm endow the George I. Haddad Graduate Fellowship Fund

Chuck and Pat Krumm look forward to the Fellowship Fund enhancing the ability of future engineers to contribute positively to society.

Necmiye Ozay receives 1938E Award from College of Engineering

The award recognizes “an outstanding teacher in both elementary and advanced courses.”

Raj Nadakuditi receives Excellence in Teaching Award from College of Engineering

The award honors faculty “with a demonstrated sustained excellence in curricular development, instruction, and guidance.”

Professor Emeritus Ribbens publishes 8th edition of Understanding Automotive Electronics

Students Visit Detroit Companies with ECE Expeditions

Students visited DTE Energy and Ford in Detroit to learn about the life of electrical and computer engineers in industry.

High School Students Experience High Tech and Michigan’s Electrify Camps

A select group of high school students spent a week in classes and labs as they participated in the Electrify Tech Camps to learn just a few things that go on in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Best Paper Award recognizes research in electrical engineering student motivation

Phillips, Lenaway, Daly, and Foley concluded that early exposure to EE technical areas was likely the best way to draw more students to the field further down the line.

The Aptitude Academy: student’s instructional YouTube channel tops 6 million views

Dsouza’s lessons have gone viral, his channel now has over 109,000 subscribers who tune in for Dsouza’s lessons and life updates.

New grad program: Engineering Education Research

New program turns a researcher’s eye on engineering education in the service of better teaching, learning and diversity at U-M and beyond.

Engineering students bring education to disadvantaged children in Ecuador

Sam Tenka traveled to Ecuador with the Honors GO team to aid the Street Children Work project.

Prof. Becky Peterson honored with 2018 U-M Henry Russel Award

Prof. Becky Peterson has received a 2018 U-M Henry Russel Award, which is considered the University’s highest honor for faculty at the early to mid-career stages of their career.

Lattice Data, Inc supports CSE students

The gift supplemented the Computer Science and Engineering Special Projects Fund.

Five faculty honored for increasing women’s participation in computing

A team of NAME and EECS faculty have been awarded with a Second Place Excellence in Promoting Women in Undergraduate Computing Award.

Making learning addictive

Alumnus develops platform that allows instructors to turn almost any course into a multiplayer online game.

Students in EECS 556 win prizes for improving image processing techniques for camera motion blur and facial recognition

These students are learning to improve images in medical imaging, and improve facial recognition

Forrest family supports UG and Grad Engineering students with three new funds

With their gift, Stephen and Rosamund Forrest are making it possible for more graduate and undergraduate students pursue their dreams

Heath Hofmann recognized for excellence in teaching with the Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Award from the College of Engineering

Hofmann is great at introducing students to power electronics

Prof. Andy Yagle retires after a 32-year career in Signal and Image Processing

Yagle’s career was distinguished by his dedication to teaching as well as contributions to research.

Student teams earn prizes for analog-digital converter circuit designs in EECS 511

The winning projects were designed for battery-operated mobile applications as well as instrumentation and measure applications.

EECS 280 becomes third largest course at U-M

Course enrollment has increased by almost 200 students in just one year.

Mary Lou Dorf named U-M Collegiate Lecturer

Dr. Dorf has made notable contributions to instruction through her reimagining of EECS 183.

Parag Deotare voted HKN Professor of the Year for ECE

ECE students say Prof. Deotare is the best!

James Juett Voted HKN Professor of the Year for CSE

Dr. Juett was selected though a popular vote of EECS students.

Mary Lou Dorf selected for Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize

Dr. Dorf has transformed EECS 183 into an interactive and inclusive experience.

Tony England receives Susan B. Anthony Campus Award

Dean England of U-M Dearborn has been particularly good in helping women faculty and students achieve success.

Computer Science Continues to Be One of the Most Popular and Rewarding Programs at Michigan

The College of Engineering employment survey provides the data.

Cindy Finelli: Community building and envisioning the future of engineering education research

Finelli takes on the future of educating engineers

Herb Winful – professor of optics, friend of the arts

Winful discusses life in education

ECE Graduate Student Nathan Sawicki recognized for outstanding teaching

Sawicki was one of 4 students in the College of Engineering selected to receive a 2017 Towner Prize for Outstanding Graduate Student Instructors.

Valeria Bertacco named Arthur F. Thurnau Professor for contributions to undergraduate education

Prof. Bertacco is enthusiastic and passionate about teaching and has made it her mission to improve the undergraduate educational experience of all of her students.

For Black History Month, CSE Spotlights Faculty and Alumni in Academia

In this article, we profile three CSE faculty and three of our alumni.

A Q&A with Rhonda Franklin – connecting diverse students

Franklin believes the best research results are achieved from a diversity of backgrounds, something she learned as a graduate student at Michigan and fosters in her own research group at Minnesota.

Mingyan Liu receives CoE Monroe-Brown Foundation Service Excellence Award

Prof. Liu helped implement a diversity incentive program that led to a record number of newly-admitted underrepresented PhD students in 2016 while overseeing the merger of two graduate programs.

Dr. David Paoletti selected to receive CoE Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr. Teaching award

Paoletti has transformed a 600+ student course into of the best-regarded classes in the EECS department.

New courses offered by ECE: Winter 2017

As technology changes and advances, so does the range of courses offered by our faculty.

Popular intro CS course continues to grow; Over 870 students present final projects at showcase

EECS 183 is designed to teach undeclared students and non-CS majors the fundamentals of algorithmic thinking and programming.

Student Arun Nagpal develops new ENG 100 section to spotlight space science

UM-SEDS co-President Arun Nagpal develops ENG 100 section to expose freshman to space science and atmospheric sensing.

Having fun with ECE

The event highlighted the projects and work of several student teams and labs, giving kids and adults alike a chance to see ECE’s ingenuity in action.

Cindy Finelli invited to NAE Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium

Prof. Finelli will discuss a more student-centered electrical engineering classroom through pre-class reading and in-class problem solving, integrating some elements of a “flipped” classroom.

Pioneering engineering education research

In the first approach of its kind, U-M is making big strides in the field of Engineering Education Research (EER).

Rick and Mara Wallace establish ECE scholarship fund

This gift qualifies for the University’s Michigan Matching Initiative for Student Support, and proceeds will provide need-based scholarship support to electrical and computer engineering undergraduate students.

Professors Fawwaz Ulaby and Andrew Yagle publish the 2nd edition of the textbook, Engineering Signals and Systems in Continuous and Discrete Time

This edition includes two additional chapters, new concepts throughout the book, and additional problem sets.

Prof. Al Hero editor of new book: Big Data over Networks

The book explores the principles underpinning large-scale information processing over networks and the crucial interaction between big data and its associated communication, social and biological networks.

Munson honored with national award

In his last week at the helm of Michigan Engineering, Dean David Munson wins a national award.

Steve Rand: expanding technical education in India

“India’s progress toward becoming a global economic power-player has generated an unprecedented need for a larger, highly trained workforce of engineers, scientists and technicians,” Rand said.

EECS 183 Showcase highlights another round of final projects

EECS 183 is the introductory CS class for LSA students, and it has been designed to broaden participation in the discipline.

Award-winning EECS 2016 Graduate Student Instructors & Instructional Aides recognized

To celebrate the contributions of our graduate and undergraduate instructors, the department selects the best of the best, based on student evaluations, and celebrates them at a special awards ceremony.

David Chesney receives 2016 Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize

Through his courses, students are able to learn the fundamentals of programming and software systems, while also seeing the social impact of computer science.

Students make connections at NSBE National Convention

The convention hosted more than 100 major companies, and offered students career workshops on interviewing, networking, and general industry know-how.

Girls Encoded motivates students to study CS

The all-day event consisted of hands-on activities, a panel discussion, and lab tours to show students the different aspects of CS.

Marcus Darden voted HKN Professor of the Year for CSE

Darden teaches both large sections of EECS 281 and a more specialized EECS 398 course. He also serves as a faculty advisor for CS students.

Lawrence L. Rauch

1972 | Interim Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering

John A.M. Lyon

1974–1975 | Acting Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Thomas B.A. Senior

1987 | Acting Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Richard B. Brown

2001–2003 | Interim Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Scinece

Brian E. Gilchrist

2006–2008 | Interim Chair of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

George W. Patterson

1905–1915 | Chair of Electrical Engineering

John C. Parker

1915–1922 | Chair of Electrical Engineering

Benjamin F. Bailey

1922–1944 | Chair of Electrical Engineering

Alfred H. Lovell

1945–1953 | Chair of Electrical Engineering

Stephen S. Attwood

1953–1958 | Chair of Electrical Engineering

Hansford W. Farris

1965–1967 | Chair of Electrical Engineering

Joseph E. Rowe

1968–1974 | Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering

George I. Haddad

1975–1986; 1991–1997 | Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Edward S. Davidson

1988–1990 | Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Pramod P. Khargonekar

1997–2001 | Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

David C. Munson Jr.

2003–2006 | Chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Khalil Najafi: First Chair of the new ECE

2008–2018 | Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Division of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

The First Woman in EECS

In 1980, Janice Jenkins was the first woman hired as a faculty member in the department.

Prof. Leo McAfee: Impacting Diversity - Changing Lives

History was made January 1971 when newly-minted PhD graduate Leo McAfee was hired as an assistant professor in the College of Engineering.

ArborHacks formed to increase access to and participation in computer science

The group will hold a once-a-year hackathon for local high school students in addition to other events.

Students in EECS 418 rewarded for optimizing stop/start technology for auto applications

Stop/start is a new system being introduced into the North American automobile market to improve fuel economy while cutting down on pollution.

2016 EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards

The EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards are presented annually to faculty members for their outstanding accomplishments in teaching, research, and service.

Three Michigan universities receive Pacesetters Awards to attract more women to computer science

Programs will be developed under the grant to foster inclusiveness and to provide support.

A journey from the Ibn Sina School to Graduate School at U-M

The School helps to prepare undergraduate students in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region for successful careers in computer science research.

Cynthia Finelli earns award at Frontiers in Education Conference for being an agent of change

Prof. Finelli's research is in engineering education, and she currently studies student resistance to active learning, faculty adoption of evidence-based teaching practices, and institutional change.

ECE welcomes new faculty

These faculty broaden and deepen ECE’s areas of expertise in robotics, ultra low power circuits, nanophotonics, information theory, and many other areas.

Engineering a better future for Ethiopia

Prof. Hofmann’s students felt they gained a lot from the course. Several of them will likely go on to teach control courses in coming semesters.

Electrify Tech Camps offer high schoolers an electrifying summer

In ECE’s first-ever Electrify Summer Tech Camps, students gathered for three five-day sessions to learn the basics of electrical and computer engineering.

David Wentzloff receives Joel and Ruth Spira Excellence in Teaching Award

This award is presented annually to a faculty member in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in acknowledgement of exceptional achievements in the education of our students.

2015 promotions of our faculty – congratulations!

Congratulations to the faculty members that received promotions this year.

The gift of an education: Paul and Ruth Bauhahn fund the next generation of life-changing technology

Paul E. and Ruth E. Bauhahn of have made a planned gift of $450,000 to establish the Ruth E. and Paul E. Bauhahn Fellowship Fund to support full-time graduate students in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

We are now one ECE: the merged graduate program in Electrical and Computer Engineering

In recognition of how the Electrical Engineering discipline has evolved, the two graduate programs, Electrical Engineering and Electrical Engineering: Systems, have merged to form one graduate program: Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Over 600 Students Present Final Projects at EECS 183 Showcase

The project-based class has been a successful introduction to CS for many students.

Winter 2015 Games Showcase Brings Lively Crowd to Tishman Hall

The showcase is the culmination of a project from EECS 494, Computer Game Design and Development.

Students Show off Projects during Winter Semester Showcases

The breadth of projects shown by students at semester's end is inspiring.

New Undergraduate Program in Data Science Announced

Developed jointly with the Department of Statistics, the new program will bring together the practices required to adequately manage, analyze, and interpret data at scale.

Future Scientists Tour CSE

A group of preschoolers get an early look at the world of CSE.

ECE welcomes new engineering robotics center

The center, to be built on North Campus, will offer state-of-the-art facilities in a 3-story, 100,000 square foot building.

Creativity in the Classroom: Gibson Puts Emphasis on Collaborative Learning and Quick Prototyping in Games MDE

Dr. Jeremy Gibson has flipped his classroom and revamped his game development course – and it looks promising.

Irma Wyman: Computer pioneer and advocate for women in engineering

Her experiences led her to establish the Irma M. Wyman Scholarship at the University’s Center for the Education of Women.

Dave Neuhoff receives Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award

Dave Neuhoff is an internationally recognized expert in information theory, source coding and image processing.

CSE Supports Women in Computing and Sponsors Upcoming MICWIC Conference at U-M

In addition to MICWIC, CSE supports a number of programs designed to expand opportunities for women in computing through outreach, education, and through connection to resources.

2015 EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards

Winners are chosen for their outstanding accomplishments in teaching, research, and service.

Four ECE faculty selected for 2014-15 College of Engineering Awards

Congratulations to Profs Guo, Lafortune, Liu, and Lu!

Prof. Wei Lu editor of new book – Semiconductor Nanowires: From Next-Generation Electronics to Sustainable Energy

The book is part of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Smart Materials series.

CSE Sponsors Science on Screen Night; Lecture by Prof. Kevin Compton and Screening of "The Imitation Game"

Students, faculty, and staff can attend the event at the Michigan Theater on January 8.

2014 Computer Games Showcase Draws Another Big Crowd

This showcase is one of the most popular to occur each year.

Hansford Farris (1919 – 2014): In Memoriam

Prof. Farris served as an active and highly respected member of the College of Engineering for more than 20 years.

David Chesney Receives IBM Faculty Award

1,000 Hackers Expected on North Campus for MHacks IV

ECE welcomes four new faculty for 2014-15 academic year

These faculty deepen ECE’s areas of expertise in computer vision, communications and information theory, environmental remote sensing, and laser-plasma interactions.

Dragomir Radev coaches high school linguists in competition at International Linguistics Olympiad

The 12th International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL) was held in Beijing, China from July 21 through 25th, 2014.

Jessy Grizzle named Elmer G. Gilbert Distinguished University Professor

Prof. Grizzle is an internationally renowned researcher in the area of control systems.

2014 Promotions of our faculty – congratulations!

Congratulations to Profs Bertacco, Flinn, Narayanasamy, Olson, Rais-Zadeh, and Zhong.

Alumni explore lots of EECS-related engineering with their kids

Three hundred and eighty alumni and children stretched across North Campus, dabbling in drones and bones, rockets and radioactives.

Jeremy Gibson authors book on game design, prototyping, and programming

Eric Michielssen receives IEEE APS Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award

This award is in recognition of being an outstanding educator, mentor and role model for the next generation of faculty members.

High school students explore engineering through music and computer science

Computer architecture innovator Trevor Mudge chosen for top recognition by ACM/IEEE

Benjamin Englard Awarded Thiel Fellowship

Computer scientists author book on hardware prefetching

Student teams earn prizes for their ADC circuit designs in EECS 511

The two winning projects and teams were determined by an expert panel at Analog Devices. Congratulations!

Students rewarded for their circuit designs in EECS 413

The course, Monolithic Amplifier Circuits, has a tradition of offering prizes for the top final projects designed by the students.

Students take a field trip to a wind farm

“The trip made me more aware of some of the practical things … like the sound of the turbines, and how they alter the look of the land.”

Kamal Sarabandi honored with 2013 IEEE GRSS Education Award

Sarabandi’s lectures and presentations are known for being extremely clear and reflecting the highest research standards.

Student teams earn prizes for improved image processing techniques in EECS 556

The course covers the theory and application of digital image processing.

Andrew DeOrio and Fawwaz Ulaby voted HKN Professors of the Year

Starting this year, an award will be presented to a faculty member from each division – both CS and ECE.

Student teams earn prizes for their ADC circuit designs in EECS 511

Students in EECS 413 awarded prizes for their circuit designs

The specifications for the projects were close to the state of the art. Congratulations to the winning groups!

Two CSE faculty help make the Ibn Sina School for computer science a reality

Halderman's "Securing Digital Democracy" opens on Coursera

Dragomir Radev Coaches High School Linguists to Multiple Wins in International Competition

The 10th International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL) was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia from July 29th to August 4th, 2012.

Student teams earn prizes for their analog/digital interface circuit designs in EECS 511

The students, lead by Prof. Michael Flynn, competed for cash prizes—the two winners were chosen by Analog Devices.

Award-winning EECS Graduate Student Instructors & Instructional Aides honored at luncheon

Congratulations to out outstanding students for their much-appreciated work!

J. Alex Halderman to Teach Course on Electronic and Internet Voting through Coursera

The 5-week course will provide the technical background and public policy foundation that today's citizens need to understand the electronic voting debate.

New Textbook: Engineering Signals and Systems

Signals and Systems is a core course for students studying electrical engineering and computer engineering.

Computer Vision Course is part of a groundbreaking online initiative

Computer Vision seeks to imitate humans’ ability to recognize objects, navigate scenes, reconstruct layouts, and understand the geometric space and semantic meaning.

Prof. Jeff Fessler honored with Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award

Fessler’s students have praised the collegial and collaborative environment of his lab, his careful balancing of freedom and guidance, and his attention to each student.

Prof. Fawwaz Ulaby Receives the IEEE James H. Mulligan Education Medal

The award recognizes Ulaby's contributions to undergraduate and graduate engineering education through innovative textbooks, dedicated mentoring of students, and inspirational teaching.

Students awarded prizes for their class designs of an energy harvesting circuit and a high efficiency audio amplifier

The two winning teams designed an energy harvesting circuit for implantable devices and sensor networks, and a high efficiency audio amplifier for mobile applications.

EECS 461 (Embedded Control Systems) and the freescale cup

This was the first year Freescale opened up the competition to U.S. students—teams from U-M, U-M Dearborn, and Penn State competed against teams from Mexico and China.

Research about resilient sensor networks for power plant monitoring is recognized with Best Track Paper Award

The sensor network addressed in the paper assesses the operating conditions of a power plant. It is intended to measure process variables and assess plant status.

Silvio Savarese authors book in the field of Computer Vision

“This book organizes and introduces major concepts in 3D scene and object representation and inference from still images.”

Prof. Semyon Meerkov and colleagues author book on Quasilinear Control

“This is a textbook and reference for readers interested in quasilinear control, a set of methods for performance analysis and design of linear plant or nonlinear instrumentation systems.”

Jamie Phillips receives University Undergraduate Teaching Award

This award recognizes faculty in the early stages of their career for their outstanding ability in teaching undergraduate students.

Ted Norris honored with Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award

Norris was praised by students and faculty alike for his abilities as a mentor, researcher, and educator.

EECS 413 students earn prizes for their final projects

“We were all impressed by the fact that most students chose highly-relevant and innovating projects,” stated Dr. Naraghi.

Analog Devices Finds Winning A/D Circuit Designs in EECS 511

Congratulations to Jeong, Park, and Yoon!

UARTS 250 (Creative Process): One of the universitys most intriguing classes

The new course brings together faculty from Art, Architecture, Engineering, and Music — all found on North Campus.

Mark Brehob elected as HKN Professor of the Year

Not only is Brehob an excellent educator, he is also a fantastic Undergrad Chief Program Advisor for CE, where he advises students on program needs.