Researchers: Driverless cars can’t just be safe. They also need to be nice.
U-M researchers, including IOE’s Assistant Professor Jessie Yang, examined how a person’s perception of safety in an autonomous vehicle was influenced by its “personality” traits.
People want self-driving cars to share their personality
Even if we don’t have one ourselves, we want to see driverless cars to be agreeable, conscientious, and stable, according to a new study.
Why machine learning is critical for disaster response
IOE and CEE professor Seth Guikema’s op-ed on the benefits of machine learning is detailed in Scientific American.
Scientists engage public on human augmentation
New faculty member, associate professor, Leia Stirling, is one of 10 research scientists and engineers in the fourth contingent of Leshner fellows who participated in intensive training on effective and intentional public outreach about their research and its intersections with society.
Predicting the next stock market ‘flash crash’
U-M IOE professor, Romesh Saigal, and PhD candidate, Abdullah AlShelahi, co-authored an article for The Conversation US about their recent research into applying principles of fluid dynamics to predict flash crashes in the stock market.
Find greater success by embracing “soft” deadlines
ISD and IOE professor Robert Bordley’s deadline research is detailed in Futurity.
How to hack your deadline: Admit it’s uncertain
ISD and IOE professor Robert Bordley’s study on effective deadlines is detailed.
University of Michigan graduate programs earn high marks in U.S. News rankings
U-M IOE graduate program ranked No.2 in the country for 2020.
University of Georgia names new provost
S. Jack Hu, vice president for research at the University of Michigan, has been named the University of Georgia’s next senior vice president for academic affairs and provost.
Love mid-century modern? Create your own app for this tour in Midland
U-M IOE students contribute routing feature to Mid-Century Modern Midland’s new tour app.