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.
Microelectronics researchers plan new initiative, enhanced collaboration to aid semiconductor industryLeaders in microelectronics from across Michigan Engineering gathered to plan the formation of Michigan’s Advanced Vision for Education and Research in Integrated Circuits, with an eye to building industry partnerships and strengthening US leadership.
CSE alum Akshitha Sriraman’s dissertation receives second ACM SIG recognitionSriraman’s dissertation has won two major ACM SIG awards, from ACM SIGOPS and SIGARCH, as well as two additional prizes from U-M.
2022 CSE Graduate Student Honors Competition highlights outstanding researchThe competition recognizes top research done by PhD students at CSE.
Scott Mahlke recognized with B. Ramakrishna Rau Award for accomplishments in microarchitectureMahlke’s research interests include energy-efficient processor design, machine learning, architecture synthesis, compilers for high-performance processors, and reliable computer system design.
Todd Austin earns MICRO Test of Time for vulnerability assessment of microarchitectureThe paper introduced a means to estimate how prone a CPU’s microarchitecture is to the accumulation of logical errors.
Research on bug report model honored with ASE Most Influential Paper“Modeling bug report quality” presents a model of bug report that reduces the overall cost of software maintenance.
Prof. Ron Dreslinski inducted into MICRO Hall of FameThis honor recognizes outstanding researchers with eight or more papers at the International Symposium on Microarchitecture.
CSE alum Akshitha Sriraman’s dissertation recognized by SIGARCH/TCCASriraman was recognized for contributions enhancing the efficiency and scalability of hardware and software architecture for hyperscale datacenter systems.
U-M spin-off Agita Labs releases always encrypted computing productTrustForge, based on U-M research spearheaded by Austin and Bertacco, provides users with the ability to protect data using a process called sequestered encryption
ADA researchers present at Design Automation ConferenceThe two papers present work on improving efficiency for developers working with hardware accelerators and improving training performance of deep recommendation systems.
CSE researchers present five papers at ISCA 202217 U-M researchers proposed a variety of techniques to speed up complex graph algorithms, encrypted cloud computing, memory-intensive matrix operations, and more.
ADA Center holds 2022 symposiumThe center’s goal is to streamline and democratize the design and manufacturing of next-generation computing systems.
Siying Feng awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship to accelerate performance of emerging computer architecturesThe fellowship will help support her work to develop acceleration techniques for emerging computer architectures in applications including machine learning, graph analytics, and scientific computing.
Tanvir Ahmed Khan awarded Rackham Predoctoral FellowshipThe fellowship will advance his work to improve the efficiency of modern data center processors with optimizations that lie at the intersection of compilers, operating systems, and computer architecture.
CSE alum Akshitha Sriraman receives ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation AwardSriraman’s dissertation explores how to bridge computer architecture and software systems to tackle new challenges posed by massive web services.
WDET: March 4, 2022
Tracked and Traced: You are the product, thanks to surveillance capitalismProf. Alanson Sample discusses his lab’s work on PrivacyMic, a developing audio technology that protects user privacy by operating outside the normal frequency range for human ears.
Yasha Iravantchi receives Meta PhD FellowshipIravantchi’s research focuses on developing novel and privacy-preserving sensing hardware for more immersive VR/AR.
How worried should we be about the rise in hospital ransomware attacks? A Q&A with Kevin Fu“We’ve reached an inflection point where the degree of connectivity between devices and services in all sectors has exploded.”
Politico: December 16, 2021
Keeping hackers out of our medical devicesAs the FDA’s resident expert in medical device security, Prof. Kevin Fu oversees efforts to fortify devices that can be compromised or exploited during a security breach. He spoke with Politico about his efforts.
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.
Science Friday: November 4, 2021
Could Ordinary Household Objects Be Used To Spy On You?How the physics of sound helped test the possibilities of indirect surveillance. Prof. Kevin Fu explores the risks & opportunities of side-channel surveillance tech in Science Friday.
Five ways to keep vaccine cold storage equipment safe from hackersA medical security expert outlines the risks and how hospitals can protect themselves.
Three researchers earn MICRO Test of Time for groundbreaking timing speculation workTodd Austin, David Blaauw, Trevor Mudge, and a group of alumni were recognized by ACM MICRO for their landmark 2003 paper.
CSE authors present six papers at MICRO 202112 co-authors had work accepted at the conference, including one Best Paper nominee.
MedTechDive: October 4, 2021
Ransomware attacks put availability of medical devices at risk: FDA cyber chiefKevin Fu, acting director of cybersecurity at the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health, says that “You can’t have a safe and effective medical device if it’s unavailable” due to ransomware.
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.
Fast Company: September 20, 2021
This magic room charges your phone as soon as you walk inProf. Alanson Sample discusses his new research, which created rooms with wireless electricity, enabling the use of lamps and fans and charging cells phones all without the need for power cords.
Alumnus Nam Sung Kim named endowed chair at UIUCKim is a 2004 alumnus of the CSE PhD program at Michigan.
Yatin Manerkar recognized with dissertation award honorable mentionManerkar’s dissertation is recognized for demonstrating the potential for progressive correctness verification across all stages of architecture design.
Prof. Valeria Bertacco recognized with University of Padova’s Elvira Poli AwardThis newly-instituted award is given to engineering alumni who have pursued careers aligned with the university’s values and dedicated their efforts to gender equality in engineering.
U-M researchers present three papers at ISCA 2021
Fourteen researchers presented work on accelerating genome sequence alignment, fast multi-GPU systems, and more reliable data center caches.
Thomas Wenisch selected as Maurice Wilkes Award Recipient
The award recognizes Prof. Wenisch’s contributions to memory persistency and energy-efficient systems.
Network World: June 4, 2021
Experimental Morpheus CPU is ‘mind-bogglingly terrible’ to crackCybersecurity researchers have found the Morpheous chip, designed by a U-M team lead by S. Jack Hu Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Todd Austin, to virtually eliminate whole classes of exploits.
MedTechDive: May 26, 2021
Ransomware, other cyber threats mount as medtech industry tries to adaptProf. Kevin Fu is interviewed on how cyber threats to the medical technology industry, including ransomware and other malware, are growing in sophistication and potentially putting patient safety at risk.
Gizmodo: May 21, 2021
Researchers Are Trying to Create an Unhackable Computer ProcessorThis article highlights the secure processor design developed by a U-M research team led by S. Jack Hu Collegiate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Todd Austin. The processor constantly encrypts parts of the machine’s functions to obscure how it works, thus blocking potential hackers from being able to exploit it.
The Conversation: May 20, 2021
Shape-shifting computer chip thwarts an army of hackersResearch led by S. Jack Hu Collegiate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Todd Austin have developed Morpheus, a secure new computer processor that recently defeated the attempts of 525 security researchers who tried to hack it.
Detroit News: April 19, 2021
Did UM team build an unhackable computer chip? Nobody has beaten itThe MORPHEUS chip, designed in Prof. Todd Austin’s lab, has survived the tests of hundreds of hackers – it’s still unhackable.
EE Times: April 15, 2021
SambaNova Raises Eye-Popping Series D FundingData center AI chip and system company SambaNova has announced an enormous Series D funding round of $676 million, pushing the company’s valuation above $5 billion. SambaNova’s cofounder is alumnus Kunle Olukotun (BSE EE ’85; MSE PhD CSE ’87 ’91).
Tim Dunn selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Through his work, Tim hopes to dramatically accelerate genomic sequencing analysis, enabling the use of handheld genomic sequencers to produce actionable diagnostic data within minutes.
DBusiness Magazine: March 31, 2021
U-M Computer Chip MORPHEUS Defeats 500+ HackersMORPHEUS, a computer chip developed by Prof. Todd Austin’s lab, has defeated more than 500 hackers invited by the school to find its vulnerabilities.
Communications of the ACM: March 29, 2021
Building a Preeminent Research Lab in the Arab Region: The Case of QCRIACM look back at the founding of the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), one of three national research institutes established in 2010 with the help of Prof. Karem Sakallah.
CSE doctoral student Subhankar Pal receives Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
The fellowship will advance his research on exploiting hardware reconfigurability in an effort to bridge the gap between programmability and efficiency that affects modern computing systems.
CSE researchers win best paper award at HPCA 2021
The paper introduces new hardware and software design principles to improve the performance of several important large-scale irregular workloads.
DARPA pitted 500+ hackers against this computer chip. The chip won.
University of Michigan’s MORPHEUS technology emerges unscathed from bug bounty effort.
Michigan Daily: February 19, 2021
U-M Africa Week engages audience in conversations on development and growth of AfricaValeria Bertacco, professor of computer science and engineering and vice provost for engaged learning, was one of three organizers of Africa Week, U-M’s first conference on Africa’s issues and development. She hopes Africa Week will allow students to understand opportunities to engage with global communities.
Sensor takes guesswork out of N95 decontamination
A new wireless system can sense when N95 facemasks are properly decontaminated in moist-heat.
Scott Mahlke named Fellow of the ACM
Mahlke designs next-generation computer systems whose hardware is customized to the software it will be running.
U-Michigan professor appointed to FDA medical device security post
A Q&A with Kevin Fu, who will help protect software that saves lives at the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
Kevin Fu fills new leadership position at FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health, overseeing medical device security
The longtime advocate and leading researcher in medical device security heads to Washington for a one-year term.
Todd Austin earns Test of Time Award for early instruction prefetch breakthrough
The technique turned out to be a significant and long-lasting development for microprocessor design.
Precision health in the palm of your hand
Recent breakthrough developments in technologies for real-time genome sequencing, analysis, and diagnosis are poised to deliver a new standard of personalized care.
Building a testing-free future
How automated guarantees that our most complex programs are secure and trustworthy can save us time, money, and anxiety.
ARM Research: December 14, 2020
Traveling beyond Moore’s Law – togetherResearchers led by Bredt Professor of Engineering Trevor Mudge and Prof. Ron Dreslinski have partnered with ARM and the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh to run DARPA’s Software Defined Hardware program.
2020 CSE Graduate Student Honors Competition highlights outstanding research
The competition recognizes the research done by PhD students at CSE and the final competition is the culmination of a process that narrows a field of entrants to a handful of finalists.
Three faculty inducted into MICRO Hall of Fame
This honor recognizes outstanding researchers with eight or more papers at the International Symposium on Microarchitecture.
CSE researchers report over $11M in research grants last quarter
The awards were distributed to 18 different primary investigators.
Prof. Baris Kasikci recognized as rising star by Intel
The award recognizes early career faculty who show great promise in developing future computing technologies.
Hardware model checker takes gold at international competition
The system automatically proves the trustworthiness of a hardware design, outperforming the competition in nearly every category.
New collaboration promises greater innovation in medical device security
The two organizations will connect their membership and partner networks to work on advancing security for life-saving devices.
Wireless sensors for N95 masks could enable easier, more accurate decontamination
“The technology can give users the confidence they deserve when reusing respirators or other PPE.”
Instructors mail robot parts, develop video project amid sudden online semester
EECS 373 course instructors quickly pulled together an alternative final project that had students building robots at home.
ADA Center holds 2020 symposium with virtual attendance, highlighting new research into computer design
The symposium highlighted new developments in computer architecture, and included a session on how the center’s research can contribute to limiting the impact of pandemics.
IEEE security conference features six accepted papers from CSE researchers
The projects impact voting systems, physical sensors, integrated circuit fabrication, and multiple microarchitectural side-channel vulnerabilities.
Michigan Today: April 27, 2020
Probing tech’s soft underbellyProf. Kevin Fu’s lab has demonstrated weaknesses in the electronic devices and sensors that we rely upon to illustrate the need for improvements in cybersecurity. He is profiled in this article.
Nine CSE graduate students recognized by NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
The nine students represent a broad range of research areas in the department.
TechCrunch: April 3, 2020
Nvidia makes its GPU-powered genome sequencing tool available free to those studying COVID-19Founded by Prof. Scott Mahlke and his former students Mehrzad Samadi and Ankit Sethia, Parabricks was acquired by Nvidia in December 2019. Parabricks accelerates genomic analysis.
Guidance on decontaminating face masks: U-M researchers contribute to national effort
Collaborative website launched while U-M researchers continue advanced testing.
Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for design of robust, reliable and repairable software systems
Subarno Banerjee uses program analysis to improve software systems’ safety and security.
Predoctoral Fellowship for mathematically provable hardware design
Goel designs algorithms that can automatically demonstrate the correctness of hardware systems.
Andrew McCrabb recognized with Towner Prize
This award is presented to an outstanding graduate student in each degree program.
Todd Austin Named S. Jack Hu Collegiate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Prof. Austin is a creative, outside-the-box thinker who has produced a body of work that has had extraordinary impact in the area of computer architecture.
Das recognized as outstanding researcher for work on computational caches
Computational caches are an emerging technology based on the use of a processors cache space to perform computations.
SmarterEveryDay: January 6, 2020
Breaking Into a Smart Home With A Laser – Smarter Every Day 229
Graduate student Ben Cyr demonstrates how his lab was able to hack into smart speakers with a laser.
Michigan Daily: November 22, 2019
‘U’ researchers find way to hack into virtual assistants with lasersResearchers including Profs. Kevin Fu and Daniel Genkin were able to take control of virtual assistants using only light.
New student tool gets chips from lab to fab faster than ever
The open-source system cuts a key step in chip testing down from days or weeks to a couple hours, on average.
Ars Technica: November 5, 2019
Siri, Alexa, and Google Home can be controlled with lasers, new research showsMEMS mics respond to light as if it were sound, discovered by a team including Profs. Kevin Fu and Dan Genkin
Researchers take control of Siri, Alexa, and Google Home with lasers
The newly discovered microphone vulnerability allows attackers to remotely inject inaudible and invisible commands into voice assistants using light.
Two CSE grad students selected for Rising Stars in EECS Workshop
The workshop brings together outstanding women interested in pursuing academic careers in electrical engineering and computer science.
Valeria Bertacco appointed vice provost for engaged learning
Bertacco will advocate for and support university initiatives that create opportunities for action-based and engaged student learning.
Remote attack on temperature sensors threatens safety in incubators and industry
The researchers demonstrated that an adversary could remotely manipulate the temperature sensor measurements without tampering with the targeted system or triggering automatic temperature alarms.
New attack on autonomous vehicle sensors creates fake obstacles
Up to this point, no attacks had been discovered targeting a car’s LiDAR system—but a major new finding from researchers at the University of Michigan has demonstrated what that might look like.
Creating more efficient data centers for AI
Tang’s project will redesign data center systems to support large-scale use of hardware accelerators to meet future computational demand.
25-year paper award for power-saving approach to high-performance computing
Mudge’s paper examined the power-saving needs of high-performance computing.
Three papers chosen as IEEE Micro Top Picks
Top Picks is an annual special edition of IEEE Micro magazine that acknowledges the 10-12 most significant research papers.
Research responsible for establishing field of medical device security recognized by IEEE
Defibrillator security paper receives Test of Time Award from IEEE Security & Privacy
Teaching science with sound waves
The classes got to learn about cybersecurity, the physics of sound waves, and how to beam music a long distance like a flashlight using ultrasound.
Bertacco recognized for efforts to bolster diversity
Bertacco is a key leader in efforts to improve the representation of women in computer science and develop more extensive cross-cultural connections within the department.
NDSEG Fellowship for overcoming Moore’s Law with innovative architecture
Eckert is working to expand the role of memory and give it a dual responsibility to both store and compute data.
New chip stops hacks before they start
MORPHEUS can encrypt and reshuffle code thousands of times faster than human and electronic hackers.
All things can be part of the Internet of Things with new RFID system
Sensing technology could keep seniors safe.
Sloan Fellowship for overcoming Moore’s Law in health and AI
To meet computing demand in a post Moore’s Law future, Das develops new architectures that improve performance by orders of magnitude.
Abraham Addisie awarded Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic Achievement
Addisie has been recognized for his work in domain-specific architectures for data-intensive applications.
2019 EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards
Congratulations to these recipients of the EECS Outstanding Achievement Award
Landmark microprocessor reliability paper recognized for enduring impact
Published in 1999, Todd Austin’s paper turned out to be a major contribution to the field, cited over 870 times
Student earns Microsoft Fellowship for research in a new computing paradigm
Kassa is developing a framework that will look at the computations of an application and decide in real time which components will best handle it
Bridging the “last centimeter barrier” in electronic communications
Michigan Engineering researchers led by Prof. Pinaki Mazumder have created a new chip interconnect technology using terahertz surface-wave interconnects that will enable ultra fast data transmissions.
Dreslinski named Wellman Professor for outstanding research in energy efficient processors
Dreslinski is working with a $9.5million DARPA grant to overcome the limitations of Moore’s Law
Taking on the limits of computing power
By harnessing the power and speed of graphics processing units, a University of Michigan startup can dramatically accelerate gene sequencing, shortening tasks that took multiple days to a single hour.
Helping drivers use smart cars smarter
This conversational in-vehicle digital assistant can respond to drivers’ questions and commands in natural language
Understanding at every level
From quantum physics to computer systems: a profile of Pinaki Mazumder, professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
Todd Austin recognized for outstanding achievements
Austin is a recognized leader in the area of computer architecture research.
Faster, cheaper gene sequencing to make healthcare more precise
Genome sequencing could be as affordable as a routine medical test with highly efficient computing.
CSE welcomes 9 new facultyGet to know the new arrivals.
Beyond Moore’s law: $16.7M for advanced computing projects
DARPA’s initiative to reinvigorate the microelectronics industry draws deeply on Michigan Engineering expertise.
Using software to beat Moore’s Law: $9.5M to design the ‘reconfigurable computer’
Transmuter can change how programs use the hardware available to them in real time, effectively acting as a reconfigurable computer.
Michigan chips will be first to test next-generation hardware design tools
U-M team will serve as model for nimble and innovative system-on-chip design.
Reetuparna Das earns Borg Early Career Award
Das is passionate about promoting diversity and mentoring women in computer science.
CSE researchers win Best of SELSE award
Three researchers with Michigan CSE affiliations have won the the best paper award at the 14th Workshop on Silicon Errors in Logic – System Effects (SELSE).
Duplicate text detection system now integrated with conference management software
The system is currently being used by IEEE and ACM, and helps them enforce their new 30%-policy.
Can sound be used as a weapon? 4 questions answered
What happened to people inside the U.S. Embassy in Havana?
Cuba ‘sonic attacks’: A covert accident?
‘We’ve demonstrated a scenario in which the harm might have been unintentional.’
New computing system to enable deep space missions
A new radiation-hardened, multi-processor, Arm-based spacecraft processor is being developed at Michigan in a project led by Boeing and funded by NASA.
New $32M center reimagines how computers are designed
‘You shouldn’t need a Ph.D. to design new computing systems.’
Unhackable computer under development with $3.6M DARPA grant
The researchers say they’re making an unsolvable puzzle: ‘It’s like if you’re solving a Rubik’s Cube and every time you blink, I rearrange it.’
Kevin Fu Elected IEEE Fellow for Contributions to Embedded and Medical Device Security
Prof. Fu was named an IEEE Fellow, Class of 2018, “for contributions to embedded and medical device security.”
Bringing smart banking to market
Jason Mars, CEO of Ann Arbor startup Clinc, was named #2 in Bank Innovations’s “10 Most innovative CEOs in Banking 2017” list. Clinc is leading the pack for development of intelligent banking assistant software.
Reetuparna Das inducted into the MICRO Hall of Fame
This honor recognizes outstanding researchers with eight or more papers at the International Symposium on Microarchitecture.
Michigan researchers win best paper award at DFT 2017
Prof. John Hayes and CSE graduate student Paishun Ting received the award for their paper entitled “Eliminating a Hidden Error Source in Stochastic Circuits.”
Kevin Fu recognized with Regents’ Award for Distinguished Public Service
Kevin Fu has been recognized for informing policy makers and Congress about issues in computer security.
BugMD: automatic mismatch diagnosis for bug triaging
Bugs that are not caught before a product is released can cost companies billions of dollars.
Valeria Bertacco appointed associate dean for academic programs and initiatives at Rackham Graduate School
She will serve as the primary liaison between the Rackham School and academic units in the physical sciences and engineering.
Five faculty honored for increasing women’s participation in computing
A team of NAME and EECS faculty have been awarded with a Second Place Excellence in Promoting Women in Undergraduate Computing Award.
2017 ISCA Influential Paper Award for groundbreaking research in power-efficient computing
This award recognizes the paper published 15 years ago (2002) that has had the biggest impact on the field
Nilmini Abeyratne selected for the Lipschutz, Ayers Host and Olcott Smith Award
Her research focuses on computer architecture as it applies to high performance computing, supercomputers, memory, and interconnects.
Timothy Trippel selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Trippel’s research interests lie in embedded systems and IoT security and privacy for the purpose of building safe and reliable autonomous systems.
Sonic cyber attacks show security holes in ubiquitous sensors
Michigan Engineering researchers discuss and demonstrate the sound-based attacks they leveled at the accelerometers found in everyday electronics.
CSE-based startup Clinc receives $6.3M in funding to further develop intelligent banking assistant
Clinc has built Finie, the world’s most advanced voice-controlled A.I. platform for banking.
Valeria Bertacco named Arthur F. Thurnau Professor for contributions to undergraduate education
Prof. Bertacco is enthusiastic and passionate about teaching and has made it her mission to improve the undergraduate educational experience of all of her students.
Reetuparna Das receives NSF CAREER Award to develop in-situ compute memories
Das’ research seeks to design specialized data-centric computing systems that dramatically reduce time and energy required to move data from storage to computing units.
Todd Austin elected IEEE Fellow for contributions to simulation techniques and resilient system design in computer architecture
Prof. Austin is a recognized leader in the area of computer architecture research.
Prof. Trevor Mudge named ACM Fellow for contributions to power aware computer architecture
His inventive approaches have led to new technologies that reduce the energy consumption of microprocessors while maintaining acceptable performance.
Valeria Bertacco elected IEEE Fellow for contributions to computer-aided verification and reliable system design
Prof. Bertacco is a highly noted researcher in the area of computer architecture and is Director of the department’s Computer Engineering (CE) Lab.
Professor to Congress: ‘Internet of Things security is woefully inadequate’
Michigan Engineering professor Kevin Fu spoke in front of congress on Nov. 16, 2016.
Lingjia Tang selected to receive Facebook Faculty Award
She recently helped develop a modular load tester platform for data centers, which is designed to help measure and mitigate tail latency.
Clinc launches Finie, an AI personal assistant for mobile banking
Finie, which can be referred to as the “Siri” of personal banking, is an artificial intelligence platform for banks that helps customers talk to their bank accounts in a natural and conversational way.
CSE-based startup receives funding to develop systems based on intelligent personal assistant technology
Clinc has built Lucida, its state-of- the-art, open-source intelligent assistant and machine learning platform that allows developers and the open-source community to easily create and deploy personalized voice and vision-based intelligent assistants.
Two Michigan papers win top awards at IEEE Security and Privacy Symposium
One of the paper describes and demonstrates a malicious hardware backdoor. The other demonstrated security failings in a commercial smart home platform.
Tracking and mitigating tail latency in data centers
High tail latency has been identified as one of the key challenges facing modern data center design.
Two papers by Michigan researchers chosen as IEEE Micro Top Picks
The two papers from Michigan introduced the Sirius personal digital assistant and the MBus bus for modular microcomputing systems.
Quora Knowledge Prize winner Igor Markov presents winning answer to packed house at MLConf
Prof. Markov is a frequent contributor to Quora, where his contributions cover subjects ranging from computer science to geopolitical affairs.
Startup founded by U-M assoc. professor gets NSF grant
Healthcare security company Virta Laboratories, Inc. has received a $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.
Doowon Lee receives Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship to improve the reliability of computer systems
His research addresses the problem of diminishing reliability in future computer systems.
MBus is the missing interconnect for millimeter-scale systems
The M3 is a fully autonomous computing system that acts as a smart sensing system.
Design Automation Conference Technical Program Committee Holds Meeting in Detroit
Prof. Valeria Bertacco, Technical Program Chair for the 2017 conference, chose Michigan as the meeting location.
Valeria Bertacco receives U-M Sarah Goddard Power Award
The award recognizes unwavering commitment to the betterment of women, and clear record of success and significant achievement in research and scholarship, distinguished leadership, and mentoring women.
Jason Mars receives CAREER Award to advance system architectures for artificially intelligent services and applications
The award will enable Prof. Mars to understand how future cloud and mobile systems should be designed to support increasing demand from users of intelligent assistants.
Kevin Fu named a top influencer in health information security
He is recognized for raising awareness regarding medical device cybersecurity issues by speaking out about critical concerns.
Researchers Receive NSF/Intel Award to Develop Visual Recognition System for Wearable Devices
The researchers are finding a solution to implement state-of-the-art vision systems in wearable devices where there is little heat dissipation
Prof. Kevin Fu Addresses Technical Debt of Medical Device Security at NAE Symposium
The symposium focused on Cybersecurity and Privacy, Engineering the Search for Earth-like Exoplanets, Optical and Mechanical Metamaterials, and Forecasting Natural Disasters.
CSE Researchers Win at Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge
Their Powerblade project is the smallest, lowest cost, and lowest power AC plug-load meter that measures real, reactive and apparent power, and reports this data over Bluetooth.
An Eye for Detail Brings Unique Rewards
Prof. Igor Markov considers his Knuth checks and important honor.
Ron Dreslinski Selected for IEEE TCCA Young Computer Architect Award
Dr. Dreslinski conducts research in the area of energy efficient processor architectures
Kevin Fu Named to CRA Computing Community Consortium Council
His three-year term will begin July 1.
Computer Engineering Research Lab Explores the Bounds of Computer Integration
The CE Lab is the successor to the Department’s Advanced Computer Architecture Lab (ACAL).
Meet Sirius: An Open-Source Digital Assistant
Sirius as an important platform for research into the development of next-generation warehouse computing. It gives researchers a testbed for studying how the data centers that process voice-enabled queries should evolve.
Scott Mahlke Receives Micro Test of Time Award
His 1992 paper describes problems associated with utilizing conventional compiler support for predicated execution, a technique for dealing with conditional branches in application programs, on superscaler processors. It introduces the hyperblock, a structure to overcome those shortcomings.
Prabal Dutta Selected for Sloan Research Fellowship
Dutta’s research has pioneered practical, low-power platforms and wireless protocols for pervasive sensing, computing, and communications.
HiJack Enables a Smartphone Dongle for Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
HiJack is a hardware/software platform that utilizes the headset jack on a smartphone as a universal power/data interface.
Four CSE Faculty Selected for 2014-15 College of Engineering Awards
Congratulations to the following CSE Faculty recipients of 2014-15 College of Engineering Awards.
End of the Road for the Von Neumann Architecture? Not Yet.
So went the vote held in the debating chamber of the University of Cambridge Union.
Protean Code Allows Data Center Servers to Adapt to Changing Environments with Breakthrough Compiler Technology
Protean Code is an enabling technology for dynamically recompiling native applications and rebalancing the use of Warehouse Scale Computers resources as demands dictate.
Scott Mahlke Elected IEEE Fellow for Contributions to Compiler Code Generation and Automatic Processor Customization
Mahlke’s research has been focused on the design of customized multicore processors, accelerators, and systems consisting of both that are higher performance, lower power, and more reliable.
Prof. Valeria Bertacco Named ACM Distinguished Scientist
Bertacco’s research is focused on creating novel solutions to enable the sustainable development of silicon systems, by making them more powerful, more reliable and significantly cheaper to design and manufacture.
Smita Krishnaswamy’s Research Paper Published in Science Magazine
The paper focuses on computational methods to analyze single cell data in order to obtain a better understanding of how cells process signals.
Stephen Plaza’s research paper published in Nature Scientific Journal
Plaza’s paper provides key insights into neuronal computations.
John P. Hayes Recognized with ACM SIGDA Pioneering Achievement Award
Hayes was recognized “for his pioneering contributions to logic design, fault tolerant computing, and testing.”
Prof. Igor Markov’s book on VLSI Physical Design Translated into Chinese
The book introduces and evaluates algorithms used during physical design to produce a geometric chip layout from an abstract circuit design, and presents the essential and fundamental algorithms used within each physical design stage.
Trevor Mudge Recognized for Distinguished Achievement at UIUC 50th Anniversary Event
He was recognized as an “outstanding educator and researcher whose work has advanced the field of low-power computer architecture and its interaction with technology.”
Satish Narayanasamy Receives Google Faculty Research Award
His research focus is on addressing concurrency issues in mobile and cloud systems, which increasingly rely upon event-driven programming and customized processor accelerators.
Prof. Valeria Bertacco Receives U-M’s Faculty Recognition Award
Bertacco’s research is in the area of computer design, with emphasis on reliability, design correctness, and hardware-security assurance.
Jason Mars Selected as Program Chair for CGO 2015
Mars’ current research interests include cross-layer systems in software and hardware, datacenter and warehouse-scale computer architecture, and hardware/software co-design.
Prabal Dutta Named to Popular Science’s Brilliant Ten List
Dutta designs hardware and software for smart dust and larger sensors that don’t need batteries because they can harvest energy from the world around them.
2014 Promotions of our faculty – congratulations!
Congratulations to Profs Bertacco, Flinn, Narayanasamy, Olson, Rais-Zadeh, and Zhong.
Wakefield and Kieras win Best Paper Award at ICAD 2014
The paper addresses how to manage multiple sources so that the user can maximize the information gained from each acoustic source.
Leaders in ultra low power cicuits and systems presenting at VLSI Circuits Symposium
All of the research being presented focuses on getting the absolute best performance from the tiniest circuits, sensors, and electronic devices.
Thank Lynn Conway for your cell phone
Conway will be named a fellow at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
Researchers funded to develop a leap forward in Processor Architectures
The project proposes to produce a parallel heterogeneous 3D near-threshold computing system with unprecedented energy efficiency.
Prabal Dutta receives Intel Early Career Faculty Honor Program Award
Todd Austin Receives A. Richard Newton GSRC Industrial Impact Award for 2012
2012 ICCAD Ten Year Retrospective Most Influential Paper Award to Prof. Blaauw, Prof. Mudge, and EECS alumni Dr. Martin and Dr. Flautner
The research addressed voltage scaling of processors at the point where, at very low voltages, voltage leakage begins to dominate the computational power consumption.
Computer Scientists Win Best Paper Award at ISPASS-2012U-M computer science researchers David Meisner, Junjie Wu, and Professor Thomas F. Wenisch have won the Best Paper Award at the 2012 IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software (ISPASS-2012), which took place April 1-3, 2012 in New Brunswick, NJ.
Making smart dust a reality
This research is expected to have a fundamental and long term impact on a diverse set of applications ranging from energy conservation to health care.
Valeria Bertacco and CSE Alum Ilya Wagner Author Book on Post-Silicon and Run-Time Verification
U-M computer scientists and colleagues author book on VLSI physical design
Exploring the upper limits of low-energy computing
EECS Researchers win Best Paper Award at ICCAD 2010
Their paper introduces new techniques that improve speed, solution quality, simplicity, and integration with other optimizations for global placement technology.
EECS professors receive research grants from Google
The research funded by Google involves redesigning servers and data centers to improve their energy efficiency.
Austin and Blaauw Receive 2008 Richard Newton GSRC Industrial Impact Award
The award recognized research that is “at least five years old and has had significant industrial impact.”