Joyce Chai named ACL Fellow for significant contributions to grounded natural language processing and the interaction between language processing and roboticsProf. Chai has been recognized for significant contributions to grounded natural language processing and the interaction between language processing and robotics.
Four CSE Staff recognized for their outstanding contributions Four CSE staff have been recognized by the College of Engineering for consistently demonstrating the College’s mission, vision, and values in their work.
Alum Murali Annavaram elected IEEE fellow for contributions to heterogeneous architectures for energy-efficient computing systemsProf. Annavaram was named an IEEE Fellow, Class of 2021, “for contributions to heterogeneous architectures for energy-efficient computing systems.”
Gift from Daniel E. Offutt III Charitable Trust supports construction of new building, lecturers in CSEIn recognition of this gift, the maker’s space on the first floor of the new building will be named the Richard Orenstein and Daniel Offutt Maker’s Laboratory.
Z. Morley Mao elected IEEE fellow for contributions to performance and security of internet routing and mobile systemsProf. Mao and her students have played an important role in understanding the efficiency, security, and performance of a number of mobile systems.
Study finds new opportunities, challenges to broadening CS educationWhile past research focuses on introductory CS courses, the researchers found another key point of potential bias in the CS curriculum.
Remembering Bruce Arden: U-M faculty member and past chair of Computer and Communication Sciences departmentArden’s goal was to make computing and programming more accessible to nonspecialists.
Multi-institute project “Treehouse” aims to enable sustainable cloud computing“We are buying thousands of GPUs and running them at full speed, and no one really knows just how much energy is being spent in the process.”
Undergraduate researcher wins first place at the ACM Student Research CompetitionSong devised a new type of Branch Target Buffer replacement mechanism to tackle the gap between ideal and practical performance.
Baris Kasikci named Morris Wellman ProfessorKasikci’s research is centered around developing techniques, tools, and environments that help developers build more reliable, secure, and efficient software.
Student to deliver invited talk on future directions in deep reinforcement learningWilka Carvalho assesses what may be necessary to enable deep RL agents to become helpful companions in society.
Dandan Shan selected for Rackham fellowshipsStudents selected for the Rackham International Student Fellowship and Chia-Lun Lo Fellowship demonstrate outstanding academic and professional promise.
U-M founds first robotics department among top 10 engineering schoolsThe new department will meet demand from industry and students—and define the emerging discipline
Computer science and information building construction plans approved by RegentsThe new building will enhance collaboration and provide much-needed space to meet the increasing demand for computer science and information graduates.
Roya Ensafi speaks at Summit for DemocracyEnsafi joined other experts to discuss how tech built with democratic values at its core can strengthen rules-based governance worldwide.
Tool to analyze VPN security, privacy aids in Consumer Reports reviewVPNalyzer was used by Consumer Reports to measure the effectiveness of popular consumer VPN providers.
Alumnus Peter Wurman named IEEE FellowWurman is best known for his work as a technical co-founder of Kiva Systems
Four grad students chosen for Service Awards in Climate, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at CSEThe award recognizes students who make significant contributions toward increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the division.
Enabling efficient, globally distributed machine learningA group of researchers at U-M is working on the full big data stack for training machine learning models on millions of devices worldwide.
Tools for “more humane coding”The Future Programming Lab envisions a more seamless coding experience.
Exploring faster ways to think like a software developerBeginner and expert programmers think about code very differently while they program, an insight that can inform more tailored training.
Stories from Study AbroadEECS students Richa Patwa and Caroline Nguyen reflect on their experiences in Spain and France before the pandemic sent them home.
ADA Center hosts fall symposiumDuring the three days of the symposium, the participants worked together to brainstorm the future of computing for the 2030 decade.
Outstanding research recognized at Graduate Honors CompetitionFive finalists from each CSE lab presented their work at the event’s final round.
Akshitha Sriraman awarded David J. Kuck Dissertation Prize for work on hyperscale web servicesHer dissertation explores how to bridge computer architecture and software systems to tackle new challenges posed by massive web services.