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Preliminary Outdoor Walking with Underactuated Bipedal Robot MARLO
Preliminary Outdoor Walking with Underactuated Bipedal Robot MARLO
MiBytes @ The MEZ
MiBytes @ The MEZ

Research

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Wheelchair speed and performance
Vulcan wheelchair: speed and performance
Colored, see-through solar cells
Colored, see-through solar cells
Internet voting: What could go wrong?
Internet voting: What could go wrong?
What are quantum computers going to do for us?
What are quantum computers going to do for us?
'Magic Coating' with carbon nanotube material
"Magic Coating" with carbon nanotube material
ForcePhone
Software that allows phones to sense force and pressure
The Phoenix Chip – from Concept to Commercialization
The Phoenix Chip – from Concept to Commercialization
Software that detects lies
Software that is better at detecting deception than you are
Hacking the Washington DC e-voting system
Hacking the Washington DC e-voting system
Computers that mimic the brain
Computers that mimic the brain
Tactile Art
Dr. David Chesney on Tactile Art for Children with Autism
Solving the big data dilemma
Solving the big data dilemma
Laser shows what objects are made of
Laser shows what objects are made of
DjiNN and Tonic
DjiNN and Tonic Suite: Open-source tools for deep learning as a service
Lowering CT Radiation
Lowering CT radiation
Rosie the task-learning robot learns Tower of Hanoi
Rosie the task-learning robot learns Tower of Hanoi

Life as a Student

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Brent Griffin
Brent Griffin - Building Bipedal Robots
Graduate Student Profile: Branden Ghena
Graduate Student Profile: Branden Ghena

Mai Le - Making MRI Faster and More Accurate
Graduate Student Profile: Akshitha Sriraman
Graduate Student Profile: Akshitha Sriraman

Student profile: Grace Kendall

Tal Nagourney - Creating High-Performance Navigation Systems
Student profile: David Bonnen
Undergrad student profile: David Bonnen

Nils Stannik
The Freescale Cup (EECS 461 - Embedded Control Systems)
The Freescale Cup (EECS 461 - Embedded Control Systems)
A Hands-On Intro to Computer Science
EECS 183: a hands-on intro to computer science
EECS 413: Monolithic Amplifier Circuits
EECS 413: Monolithic Amplifier Circuits
MAAV students develop autonomous flyer
MAAV students develop autonomous flyer
Accessible messaging enables communication
Accessible messaging enables communication
ENG100 - Photovoltaics and Solar-Powered Systems
ENG100 - Photovoltaics and Solar-Powered Systems
Students reflect on their internships in CS
Students reflect on their internships in CS
EECS 425: Int. Microsystems Lab
EECS 425: Int. Microsystems Lab

Meet the Faculty

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Professor Michael Cafarella on mining big data
Prof. Michael Cafarella on mining big data
David Blaauw – designing ultra-low power chips for millimeter-scale computing
David Blaauw on ultra-low power chips for millimeter-scale computing
Prof. Jason Mars on data center efficiency
Prof. Jason Mars on data center efficiency
Herb Winful
Herb Winful - How Hidden Passions Connect People
Research scientist Reetu Das on advanced microchip design
Prof. Reetu Das on advanced microchip design
Laura Balzano
Laura Balzano - Solving the Big Data Dilemma
Prof. Valeria Bertacco on correctness of hardware designs
Prof. Valeria Bertacco on correctness of hardware designs
Stephane Lafortune
Stephane Lafortune - Verifying Automated Systems
Dr. Jeff Ringenberg on teaching and mobile apps development
Dr. Jeff Ringenberg on teaching and mobile apps development
Stephen Forrest
Stephen Forrest - Solar Cells and Solid State Lighting

Don't Let This Happen to You!

Safety Gear
Safety Gear
The Sloppy Lab
The Sloppy Lab
Food in the Lab
Food in the Lab
Evacuate!
Evacuate!