Civil Engineering Graduate Student - testing a specimen in a cement mixing lab
Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Graduate Student
UM Supermileage Team
Solar Car team leader - Quantum
Solar Car teams competing in the American Solar Challenge make a control stop at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Sahar Rahmani's research focuses on multifunctional particles for theranostic applications.
This smart filter developed by the Tuteja Group has a shape-shifting surface that can separate oil and water using gravity alone -- an advancement that could be useful in cleaning up environmental oil spills.
Focusing on the advancement and proliferation of microfluidic technology by developing baseline technology and creating new and exciting applications using microfluidics
Legendary game designer and UM alum runs a two-week course teaching 22 junior/senior students from around the country all phases of game design and development
The quadrotor, using its on-board camera, locates the moving Segway and automatically lands on it. This is done to simulate the autonomous landing of a flying vehicle on the deck of a Navy ship.
The Navy, through the Naval Engineering Education Center program, is looking to educate and hire students who are trained in the science and technology behind the next-generation of autonomous systems. This project gives students hands-on experience with real robotic systems.
Stewart Simonett is measured at UMTRI in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Research is being done to design cars in a way that older drivers may fare better in automobile crashes.
Performing Arts Technology graduate Carlos Garcia works on his senior thesis Out of the Box in the Duderstadt Digital Media Commons.
Participants explore innovation at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. Here, they enjoy an installation about nickelodeons, the first type of indoor exhibition space dedicated to showing projected motion pictures.
The MIDEN is currently the most advanced system for immersive virtual reality. It provides its users with the convincing illusion of being fully immersed in a three-dimensional world that is computer-generated. This world is presented in stereo as well as at life-size scale.
Fei He views the Transit of Venus with special glasses at the University of Michigan's Angell Hall in Ann Arbor, Michigan. June 5, 2012
University of Michigan Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences students Rona Oran, Xing Meng, Fei He, and Sidney Ellington view the Transit of Venus.
A bipedal robot with a compliant powertrain, constructed by University of Michigan Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Jessy Grizzle in collaboration with Jonathan Hurst of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon. MABEL is designed to run, and has a peak pace of 6.8 miles per hour. It has springs for energy storage that act somewhat like tendons in the human body.
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education in the College of Engineering and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Aerospace Engineering Alec Gallimore works in the PEPL.
Professor Ryan Eustice and grad student Jeff Walls work to enable robots with the ability to autonomously navigate and map their environment.
Under the direction of Dr. Vineet Kamat, Civil and Environmental Engineering students develop software and hardware used in Visualization of Engineering Graphics in Augmented Reality for Integrated and Automated Project Processes.