After successful collaboration on five recent manufacturing projects, Auburn Hills-based Patti Engineering Inc. has announced a strategic alliance with Round Rock, Texas-based Hagbros Precision LLC.
Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation, Lawrence Technological University is offering $10,000 scholarships for two years to community college graduates to complete a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with a power engineering concentration.
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The National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year grant totaling $598,000 to provide scholarships to help 100 graduates of Monroe County Community College earn degrees in power engineering from Lawrence Technological University.
Within the “envelopes” of commercial and residential buildings rests the promise of major, new energy efficiencies in the built-environment, according to University of Michigan researchers.
Song Jiang, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering in the Wayne State University College of Engineering, is attending to the world’s exploding supply of information as he works to improve the performance of storage systems.
Combining creativity and engineering, students in Doug Melton’s Electrical Engineering Senior Design class at Kettering University re-purposed old luggage into new, hip audio systems that are as chic as they are portable.
Electrical engineers at the University of Michigan have built a device that can harness energy from vibrations and convert it to electricity with five to ten times greater efficiency and power than other devices in its class. And it’s smaller than a penny.
In a step toward more efficient, smaller and higher-definition display screens, a University of Michigan professor has developed a new type of color filter made of nano-thin sheets of metal with precisely spaced gratings. The […]
A University of Michigan electrical engineering researcher is part of a national team that has received a $10-million National Science Foundation grant to study how software can make nanoscale computer components more efficient.