Latest CSE News [All News...]

SWE Hosts G.R.E.A.T. Day for Girls

The Society of Women Engineers Student Section at the University of Michigan held its second annual G.R.E.A.T Day (Girls Research Engineering And Technology) on April 12th for 240 students and parents from states across the Midwest. CS undergraduate Ariana Mirian was a co-chair for the event.  [More Info]

ARS Technica: Researchers find thousands of potential targets for Heartbleed OpenSSL bug

CSE researchers have used ZMap, their Internet address scanning software, to perform comprehensive scans of the IPv4 address space and to identify servers still vulnerable to the Heartbleed exploit.  [More Info]

Vox: Take these 4 steps right now to protect yourself from the Heartbleed bug

In the wake of the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug, Vox interviews Research Prof. Michael Bailey who comments on steps you can take to better protect your information on the web.  [More Info]

AAMI: Cyberthreats Loom with the End of Windows XP Support

In this Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation article, Prof. Kevin Fu comments on the security threats that healthcare facilities will face with the end of Windows XP support on April 8.   [More Info]

The Heritage of Mead & Conway: What Has Remained the Same, What Has Changed, What Was Missed, and What Lies Ahead

This recent Point of View article in the Proceedings of the IEEE reflects upon the impact of the vision and ideas of Prof. Emerita Lynn Conway and her collaborator Carver Mead of Caltech, and the work the two did in ushering in the VLSI revolution.  [More Info]

Elizabeth Mamantov Selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

CSE graduate student Elizabeth Mamantov has been awarded a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to continue her studies in embodied cognition, robotics, and cognitive architecture.  [More Info]

CSE Events [All Events...]

Balancing Interactive Performance and Budgeted Resources in Mobile Computing

Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014
Location: 3725 BBB
Speaker: Brett Higgins
Event Type: Defense Event

Primal dual gives optimal energy efficient online algorithms

Friday, Apr 18, 2014
Location: 3941 BBB
Speaker: Jake Abernethy
Event Type: Theory Seminar

A Whole New Ballgame - Preventing and Creating Surprise in Hardware Cyber at DARPA

Friday, Apr 18, 2014
Location: 1500 EECS
Speaker: Kerry Bernstein
Speaker Title: Program Manager at DARPA Microsystems Technology Office
Event Type: MICL Seminar

Network Security Economics: Understanding Incentives to Improve Online Security

Friday, Apr 18, 2014
Location: 1690 Beyster Building
Speaker: Nicolas Christin
Speaker Title: Assistant Research Professor
Event Type: CSE Seminar or Event

The Economics of a Job: Why Starting or Joining a Start-up Might Make More Sense

Monday, Apr 21, 2014
Location: Johnson Room, LEC
Speaker: Abdur Chowdhury
Speaker Title: Co-founder and CEO, Pushd
Event Type: Distinguished Lecture

Verified Approximate Computing

Monday, Apr 21, 2014
Location: 1690 Beyster
Speaker: Michael Carbin
Speaker Title: Ph.D. Candidate
Event Type: Faculty Candidate Seminar

Cortical prediction markets

Tuesday, Apr 22, 2014
Location: BBB 3725
Speaker: David Balduzzi
Speaker Title: Senior Researcher
Event Type: AI Seminar

Economic Mechanisms for Managing Risk in Heterogeneous Datacenters

Friday, Apr 25, 2014
Location: 3725 BBB
Speaker: Benjamin C. Lee, Ph.D.
Speaker Title: Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Event Type: ACAL Seminar