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Muhammad Faisal came to Michigan knowing he wanted to start a company. About to graduate with his PhD in electrical engineering, he has been making some great headway lately by winning the 2014 Michigan Business Challenge. His company is currently called Movellus Circuits, and its product is a patent-pending clock generator technology that is smaller, cheaper and faster than existing solutions. [More Info]
Jerry Wang, a doctoral student in the Electrical Engineering graduate program, received a Best Oral Paper Award at the 8th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on the Basics and Applications of Plasma Technology (APSPT-8) for his research in plasma microdischarges, such as those found in every day laser printers. He is advised by Prof. Mark Kushner. [More Info]
Ali Al-Heji, graduate student in the Electrical Engineering:Systems program, was named a Dow Sustainability Fellow at Michigan. This interdisciplinary fellowship supports students and scholars who are committed to finding interdisciplinary, actionable, and meaningful sustainability solutions on local-to-global scales. [More Info]
Wolverine Soft, the student group dedicated to the development of video games at Michigan, has held its annual 48-hour Game Jam with 70 students participating. Polar Coordinator, by Kevin Jeon, David Cai, Andrew Yang, and Cameron Flora, was chosen as the top game. [More Info]
About 100 students spent 24 hours on January 10 and 11 designing and optimizing intelligent game-playing bots in the annual Barracuda Programming Contest. CS Undergrads Siyuan Zhou, Baishen Xu, and Bowen Xu took first place in the competition. [More Info]
Graduate student research is often highlighted in award announcements (see EECS Student News and Awards), and on the research pages of individual faculty.