Media Coverage

 

   

Professor Hu’s work on Smart Grid Cyber Security

 

National Science Foundation: Streamlining the Internet of Things and other cyber-physical systems

National Science Foundation News Headlines: Streamlining the Internet of Things and other cyber-physical systems

Communications of ACM: Streamlining the Internet of Things and other cyber-physical systems

Science Daily: Streamlining the Internet of Things and other cyber-physical systems

Newswise: Streamlining the Internet of Things and other cyber-physical systems

Michigan Tech: Hackers Could Make Smart Homes Stupid or Worse

CBS: Connected Homes Could Be Next Target Of Hackers

Communications of ACM: Hackers Could Make Smart Homes Stupid or Worse

Veooz: Connected Homes Could Be Next Target Of Hackers

Complex Events: Hackers Could Make Smart Homes Stupid or Worse

Security World: Security Management Weekly January 16

Scientific Computing: Smart Homes: Working to Prevent a Cybersecurity Nightmare

Phys.org: Hackers Could Make Smart Homes Stupid or Worse

Laboratory Equipment: Hackers Are a Danger to Smart Homes

Technology Century: Hackers Could Make Smart Homes Stupid or Worse

PCWorld: How to keep your connected home safe: 7 steps you can take to boost home security

TechHive: How to keep your connected home safe: 7 steps you can take to boost home security

MacWorld: How to keep your connected home safe: 7 steps you can take to boost home security

InfoWorld: How to keep your connected home safe: 7 steps you can take to boost home security

 

Professor Hu’s work on Microfluidic Biochip Computer Aided Design

IEEE Spectrum: Computer-Aided Design Boosts Biochip Efficiency

Communications of ACM: Computer-Aided Design Boosts Biochip Efficiency

Science Daily: A lab in your pocket: Using CAD to load dozens of tests on a lab-on-a-chip

Daily News: A lab in your pocket

US Daily News: Computer aided design boosts biochip efficiency

Tech Times: Lab-on-a-chip small as credit card can give you blood test results in minutes

Phys.org: A lab in your pocket

Nanotechnology Now: A lab in your pocket

Innovation Toronto: A lab in your pocket

Biotechdaily: Switching to CAD technology greatly improves lab on a chip capability

Technology Century: Michigan Tech working to improve labs on a chip

Indian Express: Soon, cheap portable chip for instant blood tests

Zipped News: Portable chips to run blood tests in a jiffy

Space Mart: A lab in your pocket

Environmental Test and Design: New Lab on a chip device said to expand patients’ access to health care

Times of India: Portable chips to run blood tests in a jiffy

The Health Site: Coming soon, a blood test with a cheap portable chip

NanotechnologyNow: A Lab in Your Pocket

Medical Automation: Multi test lab on a chip

Counsel & Head: Lab in pocket going to be a reality very soon

Financial Express: Soon, cheap portable chip for instant blood tests

News Views: Soon, low cost portable chip for fast food exams

WN.com: Portable chips to run blood tests in a jiffy

High Beam: A lab in your pocket

ScienceNewsline: A lab in your pocket

Wikups: A lab in your Doc’s pocket

ThinkBig.com: Lab on a chip: diagnóstico médico personalizado gracias a la nanotecnología

Noticias de Juárez: Laboratorio de bolsillo ejecutaría decenas de pruebas con una gota de sangre

Lab Medica: Switch to CAD technology greatly improves lab on a chip capability

SciCast: A lab in your pocket: Using CAD to load dozens of tests on a lab on a chip

Clinical Lab Products Magazine: Emerging Technologies Promise Revolutionary Diagnostic Tools

The Pioneer: Cheap portable chip to run blood tests in a jiffy

 

Professor Hu interviewed with Circuit Cellar on Embedded System Design

Circuit Cellar: Teaching, CAD Research, and VLSI Innovation

 

Professor Hu invited to attend EU-US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium of National Academy of Engineering

Michigan Tech: Associate Professor Shiyan Hu (ECE) has been invited to attend the National Academy of Engineering's EU-US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

 

Professor Hu receives the NSF CAREER Award

Michigan Tech: Michigan Tech’s Shiyan Hu Receives NSF CAREER Award to Design Next-Generation Computer Chips

The Institute of IEEE : Michigan Tech’s Shiyan Hu Receives NSF CAREER Award to Design Next-Generation Computer Chips

High Beam Research: Michigan Tech’s Shiyan Hu Receives NSF CAREER Award to Design Next-Generation Computer Chips

Financial Content: Michigan Tech’s Shiyan Hu Receives NSF CAREER Award to Design Next-Generation Computer Chips

WN.com: Michigan Tech’s Shiyan Hu Receives NSF CAREER Award to Design Next-Generation Computer Chips

 

Professor Hu contributes to the success of 2014 ACM SIGDA DAC PhD Forum as an Organizing Committee Member

EDA Café: SIGDA PhD Forum: A Perspective on the Future