In the News:
UM Center Celebrates 10 Years of Developing Wireless
Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report
May 16, 2010
The NSF Center for Wireless Integrated Microsystems
celebrated 10 years of innovation in the realm of
wireless integrated microsystems, which has impacted
health care, environmental monitoring, and national
security. The Center, which has spawned 11 startup
companies, will expand its industrial program as it
moves into its next phase of existence as an
The event was marked by a day-long
meeting, May 18, 2010, that highlighted the remarkable accomplishments
of the Center, while laying out its future.
The morning included a retrospective called A
10-Year Fantastic Voyage that described the key
research, educational impact, tech transfer accomplishments,
and partnerships formed during the past decade.
on the image below to view a PDF of the entire presentation:
At the end of the day, The College of Engineering
and Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science hosted a celebratory Grand Opening ceremony
of the Lurie Nanofabrication Facility, a key resource
for the research conducted in the WIMS Center.
Prof. Ken Wise
Director of WIMS
David C. Munson, Jr.
Dean, College of Engineering
|Marcia Higgins (Ann Arbor City Council),
Andy LeBarre (office of Congressman John Dingell), Liz
Brater (Michigan State Senator), David C. Munson, Jr.
(Dean, College of Engineering), Ken Graham, Ken Wise
(Director, WIMS), Dennis Grimard (LNF Lab Director)
Posted: May 20, 2010 by
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