Hearing emotion: Redefining mental health monitoring via voice-based mood detectionResearchers at U-M have received a $3.6 million NIH grant to support their development of new digital phenotyping tools to better detect and measure symptoms of bipolar disorder via audio monitoring.
Todd Austin and Valeria Bertacco receive North Campus Deans’ MLK Spirit AwardThey were honored with the Community Building & Impact Award for creating the AURA program, a research exchange for undergraduate students at African universities.
Three CS students honored as outstanding undergraduate researchers by CRAAndi Xu, Gaotang Li, and Chenhao Zheng were recognized by the CRA for their research achievements and potential.
Get to know: Gokul RaviHis research takes on topics at the cutting edge of quantum computing, from quantum algorithms to quantum-classical systems.
CS students revive MHacks legacyTwo CS undergrads are leading the effort to relaunch MHacks, once the world’s largest hackathon, with its first in-person iteration since 2019.
Mark Guzdial receives ICER Lasting Impact AwardProf. Guzdial’s 2012 paper on subgoal-labeled instruction was recognized for its sustained influence on computing education
Experts convene for sixth Michigan AI Symposium on responsible AIThe event brought together more than 250 AI experts for presentations, conversations, and networking surrounding responsible AI.
U-M hosts 2023 Midwest Programming Languages SummitThe Summit brought together researchers interested in programming languages and compilers from across the region to exchange ideas and promote collaboration.
NSF backs U-M research to enhance reliability of distributed systemsResearchers in CSE have received a four-year NSF grant to support their development of semantic checkers for distributed systems.
Five papers by CSE researchers presented at USENIX Security 2023Papers authored by CSE researchers at the conference cover a variety of topics related to computer security and privacy.
Two EECS PhD students receive Qualcomm Innovation FellowshipCameron Haire and Jiale Zhang have been selected as recipients of the prestigious fellowship, which aims to support forward-thinking PhD student research.
From binary to the Big House: Drum major Blake BrdakMeet CS undergrad Blake Brdak, the 58th University of Michigan Marching Band drum major.
George Tzimpragos receives 2023 ACM SIGARCH & IEEE CS TCCA Outstanding Dissertation AwardThe award recognizes the excellence of Tzimpragos’s doctoral thesis on computer architecture.
A surprisingly simple way to foil car thievesFlicking lights or swiping wipers could one day add extra security to vehicles.
Honglak Lee receives RSS 2023 Test-of-Time AwardLee and coauthors have been recognized for the sustained impact of their paper on detecting robotic grasps via deep learning.
Seven papers by CSE researchers presented at ACL 2023Fourteen researchers in CSE have authored papers appearing at the conference, covering a variety of topics related to computational linguistics and natural language processing.
Michigan Engineering student team wins round two of IBM Call for Code challenge with traffic management solutionThe undergraduate student team has developed Traffic AI, a system that uses machine learning to reduce traffic congestion and lower carbon emissions.
CSE recognizes outstanding Graduate Student Instructors and Instructional Aides of 2022/23The awards honor outstanding student teachers for their contributions to upholding CSE’s mission to provide top-level education and instruction.
Five papers by CSE researchers presented at STOC 2023Three CSE faculty have authored papers being presented at the conference on topics ranging from length-constrained computing flows to graph connectivity problems.
Five CSE students awarded NSF Graduate Research FellowshipsThese graduate students have been recognized by the National Science Foundation for their outstanding research achievements.
With language models on the rise, how can Natural Language Processing be used for good?A research team led by Prof. Rada Mihalcea and PhD student Zhijing Jin has created a method for identifying and categorizing research that uses NLP to address social problems.
Two CSE PhD students named Machine Learning and Systems Rising StarsFan Lai and Jiachen Liu have been selected to join a competitive cohort of early-career researchers looking to promote progress, collaboration, and research excellence in machine learning and systems.
Five papers by CSE researchers presented at IEEE S&P conferenceTen CSE researchers have authored papers for the conference spanning topics related to security and privacy.
Friday Night AI event addresses public’s concerns surrounding ChatGPTMichigan AI Lab draws large crowd at Friday Night AI event discussing ChatGPT, its abilities, and its limitations.
Test articleThe CollabAlly extension pulls together visual information in collaborative editing environments and makes them easy to access and navigate with audio cues.
Undergraduate researcher takes first place at ACM competitionAs the top undergraduate student, Serafina Kamp will advance to the ACM Grand Finals.
Shape-shifting computer chip thwarts an army of hackers
In The Conversation, Todd Austin explains how a new, secure computer processor prevents hacks, and why it matters.
Researchers to use brain scans to understand gender bias in software development
The team will use fMRI to identify some of the underlying processes that occur when a code reviewer weighs in on a piece of software and its author.
Raymond Fok selected as finalist for CRA UG research award; two others receive honorable mention
This award program recognizes undergraduate students in North American colleges and universities who show outstanding potential in an area of computing research.
Risk-aware autonomy – moving artificial intelligence forward
In this video, CSE PhD student Dhanvin Mehta talks about his work in getting robots to navigate safely amongst pedestrians.
U-M startup May Mobility blazes toward autonomous fleet market
Driverless shuttles hit the streets in downtown Detroit.
CSE researchers funded to make online communication smarter
Profs. Danai Koutra and Walter Lasecki have been awarded two grants from Trove, an Ann-Arbor based startup built on the vision of improving communication using artificial intelligence.