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Jack Hu elected foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
Jack Hu, the J. Reid and Polly Anderson Professor of Manufacturing, has been elected a Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Predicting a hurricane’s impact with big data
A research team prepares weather models that will predict a storm’s impact on the electrical infrastructure.
Hurricane Irma: Engineering researchers involved in forecasts and more
Michigan Engineering professors offer insights into the storm and discuss the ways in which they’re tracking it.
Mariel Lavieri receives funding from Department of Veterans Affairs
“…Goal is to improve care for the prevention of cardio-cerebrovascular disease by utilizing the large longitudinal datasets available.”
Professor Nadine Sarter and Professor Ella Atkins receive NASA/NAI funding
Title: Paths to Autonomous Vehicle Operations for Urban Air Mobility (UAM)
Lauren Steimle selected to receive 2018 INFORMS Judith Liebman Award
The Judith Liebman Award has been established to recognize outstanding student volunteers who have been “moving spirits” in their universities, their student chapters, and the Institute.
Vinny Ahluwalia to receive an undergraduate scholarship from INFORMS
This new scholarship program aims to foster the professional pipeline of operations researchers and analytics researchers by providing undergraduate students an opportunity to experience the academic profession and professional development by attending the INFORMS Annual Meeting.
Gian-Gabriel Garcia awarded INFORMS Health Applications Society (HAS) Bonder Scholarship
The scholarship is granted on the basis of excellence, innovation, candidate’s preparation to undertake the proposed program of research, and likelihood of success in his/her projected plan.
U-M student chapter of INFORMS wins 2018 Annual Award
The University of Michigan student chapter has been selected as a winner of the INFORMS 2018 Student Chapter Annual Award at the Cum Laude level
Professor Eunshin Byon receives funding from National Science Foundation
Non-Intrusive Interpretation and Improvement of Multi-Occupancy Human Thermal Comfort through Analysis of Facial Infrared Thermography