Kim earns NSF CAREER Award: Energy savings through approximation
Papailiopoulos earns NSF CAREER Award: What can cellphone clarity teach machine learning?
Velten earns NSF CAREER Award: Better cameras for capturing fluorescence
UW-Madison engineers create world’s greenest supercomputer
University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers have designed and built the world’s most energy-efficient supercomputer, earning the top ranking on an important benchmark called the Green Graph 500 list.
New electric grid monitoring tool aims to keep power flowing smoothly
We rely on a stable national electric grid to keep power flowing reliably in homes, businesses and factories across the country. But a sudden change in supply or demand—such as from a lightning strike, malfunctioning power plant or heat wave—can disrupt normal patterns of power flow. In some cases, those disruptions may trigger oscillations—repetitive, feedback-driven cycles—that can destabilize the grid and lead to cascading outages and blackouts.
Congratulations Professor Nowak!
Robert Nowak has been named to the newly endowed Keith and Jane Morgan Nosbusch Professorship in Electrical and Computer Engineering.