Plowing forward: Intelligent Systems Club returns to St. Paul for yearly autonomous snowplow competition

University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Intelligent Systems Club (ISC) competed in the ION (Institute of Navigation) Autonomous Snowplow Competition last month for the seventh consecutive year. The competition took place in St. Paul, Minn., and included 13 teams from universities across the Midwest. Two teams represented UM-Dearborn—team Z-3PO (Zenith 3.0) and team more »

Birds of a feather: Mutant hen studies could advance knowledge of body processes

If mutant hens are the focus of your research, be ready for playful comments from friends and colleagues. “They always expect that they must look like mutants, or that they’re boneless chickens or something,” said Marilee Benore. The professor of biochemistry and biology in the Natural Sciences Department in the more »

In demand: CECS doctoral programs launched to meet need for research and development engineers

Four doctoral degree programs are set to debut in Fall 2017 in the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) at University of Michigan-Dearborn. They are in computer and information science (CIS); electrical and computer engineering (ECE); industrial systems engineering (ISE); and mechanical sciences and engineering (MSE). All four programs more »