Who’d have guessed? The Friars are (pretty much) all EECS and engineering students!Everyone in the U-M a cappella group is enrolled in an engineering major or minor – and their timing is great.
Three staff recognized with 2023 CSE Excellence ++ AwardThese individuals provide the professionalism and insight that enable the efficient operation of one of the largest units at the College of Engineering.
Yatharth Chhabra earns entrepreneurship prize for work on accessibility applications, COVID trackingThe award recognizes a student who has exhibited entrepreneurial flair and leadership ability.
Tanvir Ahmed Khan earns Towner Prize for Outstanding PhD ResearchThe award recognizes creative and outstanding research achievements.
Fan Lai earns Towner Prize for Outstanding PhD ResearchThe award recognizes creative and outstanding research achievements.
Ram Sundara Raman earns Rackham Predoctoral FellowshipThe fellowship will help support his work to study global Internet censorship.
Reethika Ramesh awarded Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic AchievementThe award recognizes active participation in research, leadership, and academic performance.
CS undergrad Morgan VanderLeest named CEW+ ScholarVanderLeest has been a mentor in the Women in Science and Engineering Residential Program, is a co-lead for the Michigan Hackers security team, and is a model for diversity in tech.
Seven CSE faculty earn NSF CAREER AwardsThe NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is the most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education.
Cyrus Omar earns NSF CAREER to design live program sketching environmentsOmar aims to bridge the gap between a program sketch and a finished program for novices and experts alike.
Xinyu Wang earns NSF CAREER Award to democratize web automationThe AI-based programming assistant will enable users to describe a repetitive task and generate a program to help them automate it.
Paul Grubbs earns NSF CAREER Award to build more secure, private networksHis cryptographic techniques will help managed networks like those in schools and companies enforce network policies without the need to access user information.
Dhruv Jain earns ACM SIGCHI dissertation award for research on new systems for sound awarenessThe award recognizes the most outstanding research contributions from recently graduated PhD students within the HCI community.
Roya Ensafi selected for Sloan Research FellowshipSloan Research Fellowships recognize distinguished performance and unique potential to make substantial research contributions.
Euiwoong Lee earns NSF CAREER Award to design more efficient data clustering algorithmsLee seeks to improve performance guarantees in clustering, one of the most fundamental tasks in machine learning.
Roya Ensafi receives NSF CAREER Award for efforts to combat censorship worldwideHer goal is to advance the scientific understanding of contemporary online censorship and develop principled and effective countermeasures.
Mahdi Cheraghchi earns NSF CAREER Award to study theoretical roots of error correction and pseudorandomnessCheraghchi will study why gaps between theory and practice exist in these two interconnected fields of computing theory.
Thatchaphol Saranurak earns NSF CAREER Award to study tackle problems in dynamic graphing algorithmsSaranurak will study the connections between these algorithms and a number of important open problems in graph theory, security, and optimization.
Dhruv Jain earns dissertation award for work on sound accessibilityJain’s dissertation investigated the creation and use of several sound awareness systems to better convey information to d/Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals while using augmented reality and Internet of Things devices.
Are VPNs really the answer?New research shows that a VPN can be one tool in an internet user’s toolbox but often is not sufficient as the only solution for all privacy needs.
Mahdi Cheraghchi receives Vulcans Education Excellence AwardHe is recognized for his work in course development, his engaging and inclusive instruction, and his compassion as an educator and mentor.
Sindhu Kutty receives Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Award for Excellence in TeachingHer aim has been to combine the personal attention afforded to students at small liberal arts colleges with the resource-rich experience that a leading research university provides.
Five EECS faculty receive Ted Kennedy Family Faculty Team Excellence AwardThese faculty each contributed toward a successful center that developed specialized hardware “building blocks” for a range of applications.
Joyce Chai appointed associate director of Michigan Institute for Data ScienceChai will greatly enhance MIDAS’ effort to support AI researchers and AI-enabled research across many fields at the university.
CSE sponsors students to attend AfroTech 2022 Conference The AfroTech conference was attended by over 20,000 Black tech innovators from around the world.
Ramakrishnan Sundara Raman recognized with MLK Spirit Award for leadership and visionThe MLK Spirit Awards are given annually to recognize members of U-M’s community who exemplify the leadership and vision of Dr. King.
U-M researchers win Applied Networking Research Prize in partnership with Citizen Lab and Princeton CITPThe ANRP recognizes the most groundbreaking results in applied networking, research in Internet standards, and upcoming figures in the field.
Five CSE Staff recognized for their outstanding contributionsFive CSE staff have been recognized by the College of Engineering for consistently demonstrating the College’s mission, vision, and values in their work.
Finding a path to pursue your passion in researchA CSE PhD candidate shares advice on how to pursue your interests and find your path.
Henry Fleischmann awarded prestigious Churchill ScholarshipFleischmann is one of 16 US students chosen to complete a fully-funded year of graduate research at the University of Cambridge.
“My professors at U-M helped me feel more at home” — finding your place as a transfer studentCS student Taras Palczynski discusses his experience as a transfer student, exploring work for his Honors thesis, and founding clubs for students outside of the classroom.
Prof. Emerita Lynn Conway to be inducted into National Inventors Hall of FameShe is recognized for her role in transforming the global microelectronics industry with the invention of VLSI, or Very Large-Scale Integration.
“We have one another to make each other better than what we were yesterday” — embracing the collective of PhD cohorts at CSEPhD student Joan Nwatu discusses the supportive structure of her cohort and academic network at U-M CSE.