Shape-shifting computer chip thwarts an army of hackers
In The Conversation, Todd Austin explains how a new, secure computer processor prevents hacks, and why it matters.
Researchers to use brain scans to understand gender bias in software development
The team will use fMRI to identify some of the underlying processes that occur when a code reviewer weighs in on a piece of software and its author.
Raymond Fok selected as finalist for CRA UG research award; two others receive honorable mention
This award program recognizes undergraduate students in North American colleges and universities who show outstanding potential in an area of computing research.
Risk-aware autonomy – moving artificial intelligence forward
In this video, CSE PhD student Dhanvin Mehta talks about his work in getting robots to navigate safely amongst pedestrians.
U-M startup May Mobility blazes toward autonomous fleet market
Driverless shuttles hit the streets in downtown Detroit.
CSE researchers funded to make online communication smarter
Profs. Danai Koutra and Walter Lasecki have been awarded two grants from Trove, an Ann-Arbor based startup built on the vision of improving communication using artificial intelligence.
Art-inspired solar cells
Kirigami could be the key to flat, lightweight solar cells that can track the sun across the sky.
How Hidden Passions Connect PeopleIn this TEDxUofM talk, Prof. Herbert Winful shows that people connect on a different level when they share their hidden passions, especially when they are from different disciplines.
Stephen Forrest Elected to National Academy of Inventors
Forrest started 5 companies, holds more than 260 U.S. patents, and directs the Optoelectronic Components and Materials Laboratory
Jeremy Gibson authors book on game design, prototyping, and programming
Career Center Report Shows Computer Scientists Highly Sought, Best Compensated
Dragomir Radev Coaches High School Linguists in Competition at International Linguistics Olympiad
7th annual AMD/Michigan Student Design Contest
Despite its reputation of intensity, students continue to flock to the course because of its background in VLSI circuit design.