The Service Center (SC) RideAlong program started May 2018 and has since hosted almost 40 ITS staff members. Each four-hour ride along shift pairs a SC staff member with an ITS staffer who works outside of the center. The program builds awareness and appreciation among ITS staff members for the quality of the Service Center’s work. These experiences… Read More »
The three instructors worked with behavioral scientists, developers, and user experience designers from Academic Innovation to develop Tandem.
Information and Technology Services is happy to announce that ARC-TS is rolling out the Great Lakes high-performance computing cluster. It is now available for general access to the university community. Until the migration from Flux is complete on November 25, 2019, there will be no charge for using the Great Lakes HPC cluster. Every current Flux user can… Read More »
The Michigan Institute of Data Science (MIDAS) announced its inagural cohort of seven Michigan Data Science Fellows. The international group of data scientists will bring data science methods to domain sciences and data science application areas. The two-year program offers each data scientist, recent PhDs, the opportunity to work independently on research with scientific and career guidance from… Read More »
J. Alex Halderman, U-M computer science and engineering, says action must be taken at the state level to secure the 2020 presidential election and quell fears regarding the legitimacy of the results.
In 2019, ITS Information Assurance led six working sessions focused on assisting unit IT staff in planning for the implementation of a number of IT security standards that supplement and support SPG 601.27.
UMSI professor Kentaro Toyama, suggests slowing the pace of technological innovation to allow for cost and benefit conversations.
Electronic health records are crucial to the daily functioning of the School of Dentistry. So, when the school reached out to ITS for help with a system upgrade, both teams knew it was a mission-critical project.
Technology changes at an ever-increasing rate, almost always outstripping policy, privacy, security, and legal considerations. ITS Information Assurance (IA) collaborates with faculty, researchers, students, and external industry experts to create a forum, Dissonance, for public discourse on the tensions surrounding technology, policy, privacy, security, and law.
The Teach-Out Series, July 1-31, moved to the Michigan Online Instagram account and is focused on art and technology.
Atul Prakash, an electrical engineering and computer science professor, is part of a research team studying the process GitHub has in place for disclosing security issues. The team’s research culminated in a list of recommendations to help GitHub develop a standardized method to report security vulnerabilities.
J. Alex Halderman, U-M computer science and engineering, is part of a state-wide effort to ensure election security and accuracy.
A U-M startup, Voxel51, is expanding access to video data through a new software platform. The platform, released in June, offers companies an affordable way to extract information from the medium.
The U-M Library I.T. Division updated the Library Search site based on feedback from members of the campus community. The updates resolve bugs and improve performance and user experience.
The third annual Gameful Learning Summer Institute will be held from Monday, July 16 to Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at the Ross School of Business. It is intended for anyone interested in a method of teaching that supports student ownership of learning.
Kevin Fu, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was awarded the inaugural IEEE Security and Privacy Test of Time Award.
Florian Schaub, School of Information, says the larger issue of data collection still needs to be addressed.
My Learning Analytics helps students glean insights on their academic performance and make self-driven behavior changes.
Sage provides tailored resources to students who completed the national Healthy Minds survey.
Computer science professor Brahim Medjahed is the first from UM-Dearborn to receive the Michigan Association of State Universities’ Distinguished Professor of the Year award.