ADA Center holds 2022 symposiumThe center’s goal is to streamline and democratize the design and manufacturing of next-generation computing systems.
African research engagement program expands, resumes in-person formatFounded in 2019, the African Undergraduate Research Adventure Program is growing to impact the lives of more young engineers.
Stories from Study AbroadEECS students Richa Patwa and Caroline Nguyen reflect on their experiences in Spain and France before the pandemic sent them home.
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.
African research engagement program recognizes third annual cohortStudents in AURA are paired with a faculty mentor for an immersive research experience throughout the summer.
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.
Inclusive teaching sessions underway at CSE
Over 200 student instructors and teaching assistants who teach classes in the computer science and computer engineering curricula are being trained in inclusive teaching.
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.
Andrew McCrabb recognized with Towner Prize
This award is presented to an outstanding graduate student in each degree program.
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.
Visiting students celebrate experiences, projects
Ten students from Ethiopia have completed a new summer-long exchange program in engineering at the University of Michigan.
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.
Training student instructors for inclusive teaching in intro CSE courses
The initiative has tackled courses that make up the core curriculum for first- and second-year CS and CE majors.
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
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
New $32M center reimagines how computers are designed
‘You shouldn’t need a Ph.D. to design new computing systems.’
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.
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.
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.
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.
Two CSE Faculty selected for 2015-16 College of Engineering Awards
The recipients are Prof. Valeria Bertacco and Dr. Mary Lou Dorf.
Computing CARES: A Plan to Boost the Retention of Women in Computing
The goal of Computing CARES is to lead to a more diverse population in Computer Science and Computer Engineering programs and create a better climate for all students.
Relationship with Ethiopia’s Addis Ababa Institute of Technology Grows with Research Exchange Program
Under a new pilot program, three U-M CSE graduate students traveled to Ethiopia for one month to bootstrap research projects with current AAiT students.
Introducing the Ensemble of CSE Ladies
Members will hold get-togethers, study sessions, talks, and workshops. They will also be piloting a new mentoring program.
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).
Future Scientists Tour CSE
A group of preschoolers get an early look at the world of CSE.
Helen Hagos Selected for Dow Sustainability Fellowship
Helen has an interest in the efficient design of the hardware and software components of embedded systems to be deployed in ecofriendly applications.
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.
Stephen Plaza's research paper published in Nature Scientific Journal
Plaza’s paper provides key insights into neuronal computations.
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.
2014 Promotions of our faculty – congratulations!
Congratulations to Profs Bertacco, Flinn, Narayanasamy, Olson, Rais-Zadeh, and Zhong.