A UM-Dearborn engineering professor’s RehabBuddy system could take some of the guesswork out of at-home physical therapy.
UM-Dearborn professor Hafiz Malik breaks down the risks and rewards of integrating facial recognition, palmprint and other biometric technologies into more parts of our daily lives.
Despite challenges posed by the pandemic, UM-Dearborn’s new Engineering Lab Building is set to be “substantially complete” by the end of October.
A UM-Dearborn graduate student is working to fulfill the promise of electric “microgrids.”
The College of Engineering and Computer Science’s retiring dean talks candidly about his push to reinvent the engineering culture at UM-Dearborn — and the work that still lies ahead.
For a long time, science fiction has helped us imagine life alongside robots that move just like us. But realizing that dream is still a technological moonshot.
In an era where we expect our machines to think and act more like us, a quirky branch of computer science is getting a fresh look.
Associate Professor Wencong Su explains why retrofitting the electric grid to accommodate electric vehicles and wind and solar power is such a complex challenge.
The big award from the Department of Energy goes to support “high risk, high reward” research in the area of energy innovation. Here’s an overview of what the team from UM-Dearborn plans to tackle.
Voice technology is taking political disinformation to scary new extremes. This UM-Dearborn researcher says real-time debunking is one way to fight back.
Semi-autonomous truck “platoons” could help the industry become less energy intensive and ease a major labor shortage.
Students will put their knowledge of algorithms and linear algebra to the test as they work to make their robots complete an obstacle course.
Murphey and her team of student researchers have partnered with ZF to develop a car with 360-degree vision.
El-Souri helps young adults earn their GEDs and tutors middle and high school students.
The Ford Innovation Alliance’s Ford Faculty Internship is a new initiative to foster future research collaboration.
ECE faculty and staff relocate to accommodate ELB construction.
CECS doctoral programs launched to meet need for research and development engineers.
After working on a production line for an automotive company and having the plant close, Melissa Schwager made a decision— she was going to go to college.
Longtime faculty member N. "Nattu" Natarajan is remembered for his dedication for student learning.