Michigan ECE
NASA SMAP Mission Gets Groundbreaking Device

Stryd launching wearable device for runners

Prof. Robert Dick is co-founder of Stryd, a startup company that is getting ready to launch what they are calling the world's first wearable power meter for runners.

Stephen Forrest

Stephen Forrest, the Amazing Inventor

Prof. Stephen Forest was named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. This status is given to academic inventors that have made a tangible impact on the quality of life, economic development, and welfare of society.

Somin Lee

CAREER Award for New Gene Therapy Method

Prof. Somin Eunice Lee will develop improved methods for gene therapy by delivering corrected genes directly to the cell nucleus of damaged genes more efficiently and with greater control than is currently possible.

ECE Fab 4

Four ECE Faculty Awarded for Excellence

Four ECE faculty received College of Engineering Awards: Prof. Jay Guo (Research), Prof. Stephane Lafortune (Service), Prof. Mingyan Liu (Education), and Prof. Wei Lu (Innovation).

Qualcomm Finalists

Qualcomm Finalists Propose Wearable Devices

Paul Myers and Amin Sandoughsaz were selected as finalists for the 2015 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship with their proposal to augment the transmission of audio and video with the sense of touch.

Miss Washtenaw

From Oil Refinery to Pageant

Alexandria Strother, EE and Vocal Performance major, won this year's Miss Washtenaw County pageant. She talks about her work at an oil refinery and STEM platform.

Engineering Games

HKN Students Crowned at Engineering Games

David Hiskens and Alyssa Kornylo took home the Mr. and Ms. Engineering crowns at this year's Engineering Games for their Tolkien-inspired performance and creative problem solving.

Circuit Design

Award-Winning Circuit Designs

Two teams in Monolithic Amplifier Circuits (EECS 413) won prizes for their final circuit design projects. Projects included an ultra-low power energy harvester and an ultra-low-power CMOS on-chip thermal sensor.

Electrify Tech Camp

Electrify Tech Camp

Electrify Tech Camp consists of three non-residential summer camps for high school students.

Power Up
Power & Energy Tech Camp
(July 13-17, 2015)

Light It Up
Optics & Photonics Tech Camp
(July 20-24, 2015)

Sense It
Wireless Sensors Tech Camp
(July 27-31, 2015)

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