Hassan Ibrahim’s recent student research experience is a good reminder that just showing a little curiosity can open doors for you.
A longtime favorite of students in the electrical and computer engineering department, Professor Emeritus Malayappan Shridhar is now sponsoring one of the ELB’s new student spaces.
New programs in marketing, public administration and policy, and cybersecurity were created to meet industry and student needs; they are open for enrollment now.
The City of Westland and UM-Dearborn are banking on a pairing of sports and technology to keep young women dreaming big about STEM.
The veteran computer science professor is carving out creative new approaches in both undergraduate and graduate education.
Traffic congestion in cities is bad and getting worse. Master’s student Meigui Yu thinks part of the solution is rethinking how we use the curbside environment.
Professor Jie Shen’s new “digital diagnosis” technique could help us better understand why and when components will fail.
Cleaning up messy legacy software is a bane of companies big and small, but it’s long been considered an unclimbable mountain. Has this UM-Dearborn faculty member finally found a solution?
The UM-Dearborn computer and information science associate professor is the youngest ever to win the country’s Distinguished Researcher Award.
Faculty and students share their memories of the veteran computer science professor, who died in July.
UM-Dearborn undergrads and a UM-Ann Arbor librarian teamed up for a project to help young people with autism stay safe online.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini has partnered with software company Sema to find the most efficient way to fix broken code.
The 30-credit-hour Master of Science in Data Science degree will teach students how to effectively process, analyze, and use massive data collection.
The Ford Innovation Alliance’s Ford Faculty Internship is a new initiative to foster future research collaboration.
Students examined digital security of autonomous vehicles and earned top marks in vehicle safety competition. The team earned a regional win at the 25th Enhanced Safety of Vehicles competition, qualifying to represent North America at the international competition.
CECS doctoral programs launched to meet need for research and development engineers.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini encourages risk-taking research—and heeds his own advice.
Designated driver: Professor researches driver-to-vehicle response with future-focused wearable technology
Delivering results: Software engineering students take top spots in national pizza game development contest