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Contact: Michael Wellman

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Lynn A. Conway Collegiate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering

Michigan Engineering

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Faculty Accolades

Brian Noble named chair of Computer Science and Engineering

On the faculty since 1998, Noble was most recently associate dean for undergraduate education.

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Professor Sara Pozzi elected Fellow of the American Nuclear Society

Sara Pozzi has been elected a Fellow of the American Nuclear Society. It is the Society's highest membership grade and recognizes the contributions made to the advancement of nuclear science and technology through the years.

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An outstanding adviser

Lut Raskin honored for mentorship

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Research Funding

Michigan Engineering spends more than $250 million a year on research.

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Cost Sharing

Find out how collaborators can share research costs.

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Leadership

The Office of the Associate Dean for Research supports all Michigan Engineering research.

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Teaching Engineers

The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching in Engineering offers teaching workshops, consulting and more.

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Academic Catalog

The College of Engineering Bulletin is the final word on Michigan Engineering's academic programs.

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Learning Assessment

The Office of Student Affairs helps departments assess student outcomes and build stronger programs.

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Honor Code

Michigan Engineers' professional integrity begins with the Honor Code.

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Expect Respect

Because great things happen when we work in teams across disciplines, perspectives and cultures.

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Diversity

We're committed to a diverse, inclusive and welcoming environment where people can thrive and excel.

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Driven to Make a Difference

Michigan Engineering faculty and students take on some of the world's toughest challenges - from energy to healthcare, to the environment—and the list goes on.

We lead by example here, moving science forward, developing innovative technologies and training the next generation of world-changing problem solvers.

Research News

Next-gen computing inspired by biology

New memristor chips can see patterns over pixels

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Smartphone security hole

‘Open port’ backdoors are common

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Kudos for smarter stormwater systems

Branko Kerkez’ article honored

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NSF Career Grant Recipient

Thanks to Jason Mars, “Siri” could get a whole lot more effective in the years to come.

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