CSE researchers present new findings and tech at UIST 2023CSE researchers have 2 papers and 4 demos appearing at the conference, covering new tech that improves accessibility, enhances user experience, and helps surgeons-in-training.
New phone case provides workaround for inaccessible touchscreensTouchscreens are everywhere but not built for everyone. A new device could help bridge that gap, helping users access ticket kiosks, restaurant menus and more.
Two EECS PhD students receive Qualcomm Innovation FellowshipCameron Haire and Jiale Zhang have been selected as recipients of the prestigious fellowship, which aims to support forward-thinking PhD student research.
Seven papers by CSE researchers presented at CHI 202330 University of Michigan researchers authored and co-authored papers spanning surveillance, virtual reality, algorithmic stigma, assistive technology, and sensing systems.
Three ECE students awarded Rackham fellowshipsCheng-Hsun Lu, Shih-Chi Liao, and Jiale Zhang have been awarded the Rackham International Students Fellowship/Chia-Lun Lo Fellowship.
Yasha Iravantchi receives Meta PhD FellowshipIravantchi's research focuses on developing novel and privacy-preserving sensing hardware for more immersive VR/AR.
Wireless electricity and safety: A Q&A with Alanson SampleHow the safety of a wireless charging room stacks up to that of a cell phone.
Will power cords go the way of land lines?Room-size charging system powers lights, phones, laptops without wires
Less nosy smart speakers
Technology could capture household information without recording speech.
Three CSE papers at CHI 2021 recognized with honorable mentions
The papers dealt with issues of accessibility, privacy, and consent in technology.
Jaylin Herskovitz selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Through her work in augmented reality, Jaylin hopes to improve the accessibility of emerging technologies for people with disabilities and expand access to computing.
Nine CSE graduate students recognized by NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
The nine students represent a broad range of research areas in the department.
All things can be part of the Internet of Things with new RFID system
Sensing technology could keep seniors safe.