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EECS alumni are part of a special global community. Impacting technology and society in ways too numerous to list, you've helped to revolutionize the way we live and interact with each other. We are always happy to hear about you - send updates any time.

Recent Alumni News

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The Art of Cyber War with Isaac Porche

Isaac Porche (PhD EE:S 1998) is a senior engineer at the RAND Corporation, where he leads research to help Homeland Security and the government adopt proper cyber security tactics. In this interview, he shares the global state of cyber warfare, the threats to government computer systems, and how his time at Michigan led him to being on the frontlines of technological attacks. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Cyber-physical systems  Security (national and personal safety)  Security and Privacy (Computing)  

Jordi Ribas: From Video Compression to Leading AI Products at Microsoft

Jordi Ribas (PhD EE:S 1996), Corporate Vice President of AI Products at Microsoft and an ECE Council member, describes utilizing what he learned in electrical engineering and video compression to eventually work and lead one of the largest tech companies' AI Products division. [Full Story]

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Andrew Farah: Evolution of a Career, Computers, and Cars

Andrew Farah (BSE CE 1982; MSE Electrical Science 1984), Chief Technology Architect for Autonomous Vehicles at General Motors, talks about the automotive electronics landscape in the last 40 years, from stand-alone micro-controllers to highly distributed networked ecosystems. Nowhere are these changes more evident than as companies move quickly to capitalize on the disruptive opportunities of autonomous vehicles. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Automotive industry  Autonomous Vehicles  

Zachary Lemnios: Current and Future Tech at IBM

Zachary Lemnios, VP for Physical Sciences and Government Programs, talks about current and future tech at IBM. Prior to joining IBM, Mr. Lemnios served in the Department of Defense as Chief Technology Officer. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Artificial Intelligence  

U-M, Cavium partner on big data research computing platform

U-M and Cavium, a provider of semiconductor products founded by Syed Ali (MSE EE 1981), will create a powerful new big data computing cluster available to all U-M researchers. This will enable processing of massive amounts of data generated by remote sensors in distributed manufacturing environments, or by test fleets of automated and connected vehicles. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Data and Computing  

Footsteps All Her Own: The Unexpected Journey of Father-and-daughter Raytheon Engineers

Katherine Herrick followed many of the footsteps her father has left throughout his engineering career, and now is leaving footsteps of her own at Raytheon. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Diversity and Outreach  

Evigia Founder Navid Yazdi Creates Essential Sensor Networks

There is a bit of magic inside all the devices that Navid Yazdi (PhD EE 1999) creates. This magic is what first interested him in electrical engineering, is what he explored during his PhD, and is what drives his work as Founder and CEO of Evigia Systems. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Entrepreneurship  

Tony Fadell Leaves Silicon Valley Behind

Tony Fadell (BSE CE 1991) searches for investments for his venture firm Future Shape while he continues to build roots in Paris and recommends against Silicon Valley. [Full Story]

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Duo Security raises $70 million at a valuation north of $1 billion

Duo Security, based in Ann Arbor, was founded by alums Jon Oberheide (CSE PhD 2011) and Dug Song (CS BS 1997) in 2009. Congrats to them! [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Security and Privacy (Computing)  

Jing Xiao Will Lead WPI Robotics Engineering Program

Jing Xiao (MS PHD CICE 1984 1990) will join Worcester Polytechnic Institute in January as Director of the Robotics Engineering Program, which was the first such program when it began in 2007. Xiao is currently Professor of Computer Science at University of North Carolina. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Robotics and Autonomous Systems  

Claude Shannon: Juggling Ones and Zeros

His inventions spanned the spectrum from playful to paramount, from robotic Rubik's cube solvers to a flame-throwing trumpet. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Information Technology  Language and Text Processing  Robotics and Autonomous Systems  

Hygieia Expanding Access to Better Insulin Management

After success with patients in Northern Ireland, Hygieia led by CEO Eran Bashan (PhD EE:S 2008) signed an agreement with Spirit Healthcare to offer its digital insulin guidance throughout the United Kingdom. [Full Story]

Related Topics:  Alumni  Entrepreneurship