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When GPS Fails (click for the story)
New Paradigm A new laser paradigm

Prof. Pallab Bhattacharya and his group have demonstrated a paradigm-shifting polariton laser that's fueled not by light, but by electricity. This transformative device requires at least 1,000 times less energy to operate than a conventional laser.  
New Laser New laser shows what substances are made of (with video) 

"For the defense and intelligence communities, this could add a new set of eyes," said Prof. Mohammed Islam.

Eric Michielssen

As AVP, Prof. Michielssen will work with the campus research community to ensure that U-M’s advanced research computing infrastructure meets the complex and evolving needs of University researchers in a wide range of disciplines. 


Professors David Blaauw, Dennis Sylvester, and Igor Markov were recognized with several awards at the 50th Anniversary DAC Banquet for being among “the people who made DAC the premier conference for electronic design, IP and embedded systems over the past 50 years.”

Fellowships Industry-sponsored fellowships for our students and researchers

Michael Hand received the first Bosch Sustainability Fellowship to explore ways to improve diesel efficiency through advanced control and diagnosis strategies. [read more...]

Bharan Giridhar received an Intel Corporation Ph.D. Fellowship to support his research developing circuit techniques for adaptive and reliable, high-performance computing. [read more...]

Daniel Molzhan received a Dow Sustainability Fellowship, which supports U-M students and postdoctoral scholars seeking interdisciplinary, actionable, and meaningful sustainability solutions. [read more...]
Homecoming Homecoming 2013
October 4: Events on North Campus and Awards Dinner
October 5: CoE Tailgate and Kickoff against Minnesota
IP webcast
Intellectual Property Webcast
Now Available Online
Thomas Lewry (B.S. in computer engineering and J.D, both at U-M) and Prof. Mohammed Islam discuss how to navigate both basic and more advanced intellectual property issues such as trademarks, copyrights and patents.
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