Researchers create breakthrough spintronics manufacturing process that could revolutionize the electronics industry
Posted March 20, 2023
University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers, along with staff at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), have developed a breakthrough process for making spintronic devices that has the potential to create semiconductor chips with unmatched energy efficiency and storage for use in computers, smartphones, and many other electronics.
University of Minnesota to offer new Data Science for Chemical Engineering and Materials Science master’s degree
Posted March 8, 2023
In fall 2023, the University of Minnesota Twin Cities College of Science and Engineering will begin offering a new master’s degree in data science for chemical engineering and materials science to meet the growing industry demand for scientists and engineers with computational and data analytics skills.
Professor Chris Kim to lead NSF-, DARPA-funded $8M quantum-inspired computing efforts
Posted January 17, 2023
University of Minnesota Twin Cities Professor Chris Kim will lead three new projects to study quantum-inspired computing, supported by more than $8 million in program funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
University of Minnesota’s Knowledge Computing Lab turns location data into time-saving tools
Posted October 28, 2022
A team of computer science Ph.D. students are using open map data and cartography from the past to unearth clues to improve land use, predict air quality, and understand other location-based concerns.
Researchers solve mystery surrounding dielectric properties of unique metal oxide
Posted June 13, 2022
A University of Minnesota Twin Cities-led research team has solved a longstanding mystery surrounding strontium titanate, a metal oxide semiconductor, providing insight for future research on the material and its applications to electronic devices and data storage.
Researchers develop first fully 3D-printed, flexible OLED display
Posted January 7, 2022
In a groundbreaking new study, researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities used a customized printer to fully 3D print a flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display.
Professor Vipin Kumar appointed first director of Data Science Initiative
Posted October 6, 2021
University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) Dean Mos Kaveh has appointed Regents Professor Vipin Kumar as the first director of the new CSE Data Science Initiative.
Researchers use 3D motion capture to study Minnesota Zoo monkeys
Posted June 21, 2021
Computer science associate professor Hyun Soo Park is working with U of M neuroscientists to learn more about brain signals and social behaviors.
CSE grad student targets ‘mindful productivity’ with Turia app
Posted April 20, 2021
Computer science Ph.D. student Rahul Bhojwani was named a finalist in the University of Minnesota’s Acara Challenge for his project aimed at increasing productivity and reducing stress.
Apps curb pandemic spread and protect user privacy
Posted December 29, 2020
Mobile notification apps like COVIDawareMN quickly and efficiently alert those who may have been exposed to COVID-19 without tracking their movements or personal information—CSE professor Shashi Shekhar provides insight.