Big Ten Network Monday, September 25, 2017

Michigan’s VIVACE goes with the flow, quite literally: BTN LiveBIG

Michael Bernitsas, ME and NAME professor, is the project lead.

FOX Thursday, September 14, 2017

The next transportation race: Self-driving boats

Matthew Johnson-Roberson, NAME assistant professor, is quoted.

In the News Wednesday, March 15, 2017

There’s trained and there’s untrained

David Singer, NAME associate professor, comments on the training it takes to become a marine engineer, published in WorkBoat.

Forbes Thursday, March 9, 2017

On the road to self-driving cars, Toyota’s first stop is crash-free Camrys

Ryan Eustice, NAME, EECS, and ME associate professor, told Forbes that “[w]ith a Guardian vehicle the palette of things the car can do would be way more than just using the steering wheel and stepping on the brake.”

US Navy Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Set-based design ushers in a modern approach to shipbuilding

Dr. Matthew Collette, NAME assistant professor and Dr. David Singer, NAME associate professors, spoke at a Naval summit about the evolution of design and what set-based design is.

Crain's Detroit Business Monday, February 27, 2017

Snyder appoints 12 to Michigan Council on Future Mobility

Ryan Eustice, NAME associate professor and vice president of autonomous driving for Toyota Research Institute, among those appointed.

Michigan Radio Monday, January 30, 2017

How schools of fish inspired scientists to harness underwater power

Michael Bernitsas, NAME professor, is developing a device which collects marine hydrokinetic energy using the motion of water in waves or currents.

Detroit News Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Great Lakes shipbuilding industry weathers change

Assistant Professor David Singer discusses the history of US shipyards.

Detroit News Friday, October 14, 2016

Great Lakes shipbuilding industry weathers change

“In the 1960s, they began developing new types of shipyards,” said David Singer, an assistant professor at U-M. “And one of the problems that we have with U.S. shipbuilding is that our facilities weren’t destroyed.

Detroit News Thursday, October 13, 2016

USS Detroit: A new breed of ship for U.S. Navy

David Singer, NAME associate professor, says “One of the reasons our military is so strong is because we are so much better than anyone else. So you’re trying to design a very complex product with technology that hasn’t been developed yet and an adversary that’s (always) changing.”