Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

CSE Videos

Browse these videos and get to know the people at CSE who are working to build a better world today. You'll find additional videos on our YouTube video channel.

Video: Sonic cyber attacks show security holes in ubiquitous sensors
Research conducted by Prof. Kevin Fu and his collaborators shows that sound waves could be used to hack into critical sensors used in broad array of technologies including smartphones, automobiles, medical devices, and the Internet of Things.

Research

Vulcan: The Intelligent Robotic Wheelchair
Vulcan: The Intelligent Robotic Wheelchair
Video: Sonic cyber attacks show security holes in ubiquitous sensors
Sonic cyber attacks show security holes in ubiquitous sensors
Hacking smart homes
Security holes found in leading smart home products
ForcePhone
Software that allows phones to sense force and pressure
Package delivery
Intelligent robot trained to deliver packages
Wheelchair speed and performance
Vulcan wheelchair: speed and performance
Software that detects lies
Software that is better at detecting deception than you are
Internet voting: What could go wrong?
Internet voting: What could go wrong?
Meet the MAEBots
Meet the MAEBots - smart, low cost, and open
Tactile Art
Dr. David Chesney on tactile art for children with autism
Hacking the Washington DC e-voting system
Hacking the Washington DC e-voting system
Rosie the task-learning robot learns Tower of Hanoi
Rosie the task-learning robot learns Tower of Hanoi
Security risks in the sensors of implantable medical devices
Security risks in the sensors of implantable medical devices
Software aims to stop internet censorship
Software aims to stop internet censorship
Achieving near-free online code transformations for warehouse scale computers
Achieving near-free online code transformations for warehouse scale computers
Global phone connections
Global phone connections
DjiNN and Tonic
DjiNN and Tonic Suite: Open-source tools for deep learning as a service
Blazing the trail for mobile tech in education
Blazing the trail for mobile tech in education
Prof. Z. Morley Mao on the challenge to net neutrality
Prof. Z. Morley Mao on the challenge to net neutrality
A digital assistant for modeling future data center workloads
A digital assistant for modeling future data center workloads
Prof. Satinder Singh Baveja on robotic companions
Prof. Satinder Singh Baveja on robotic companions
Could we ever have free WiFi across the whole country?
Could we ever have free WiFi across the whole country?
Prof. Thomas Wenisch on data center efficiency
Prof. Thomas Wenisch on data center efficiency
Smartcart project
Smartcart project gets underway at Mcity
Designing for the computers of 2025
Designing for the computers of 2025
SHOUT, a censorship-resistant microblogging app
SHOUT, a censorship-resistant microblogging app
WeCollabrify: supporting synchronous collaboration
WeCollabrify: supporting synchronous collaboration

Life as a Student

Graduate Student Profile: Branden Ghena
Graduate Student Profile: Branden Ghena
Graduate Student Profile: Akshitha Sriraman
Graduate Student Profile: Akshitha Sriraman
A Hands-On Intro to Computer Science
EECS 183: a hands-on intro to computer science
Graduate Student Profile
CS students help, and are helped by, a sightless woman
Student Profile: Jacob Durrah
Undergrad student profile: Jacob Durrah
Graduate Student Profile: Akshitha Sriraman
Graduate Student Profile: Akshitha Sriraman
Graduate student profile: Noah Klugman
Graduate student profile: Noah Klugman
Undergrad student profile: Grace Kendall
Undergrad student profile: Grace Kendall
Graduate Student Profile
Graduate student profile: Patrick Pannuto
Graduate Student Profile: Branden Ghena
Graduate student profile: Branden Ghena
Student Profile: Mayla Harp
Undergrad student profile: Mayla Harp
Student Profile: Chelsea Pugh
Undergrad student profile: Chelsea Pugh
Student profile: David Bonnen
Undergrad student profile: David Bonnen
Students reflect on their internships in CS
Students reflect on their internships in CS
Students on the first MHacks hackathon
Students on the first MHacks hackathon
MAAV students develop autonomous flyer
MAAV students develop autonomous flyer
Graduate Student Profile: Neha Agarwal
Graduate Student Profile: Neha Agarwal
Students develop iPad app for cerebral palsy patients
Students develop iPad app for cerebral palsy patients

Meet the Faculty

Professor Michael Cafarella on mining big data
Prof. Michael Cafarella on mining big data
Prof. Jason Mars on data center efficiency
Prof. Jason Mars on data center efficiency
Prof. Prabal Dutta on wireless sensors, and embedded devices
Prof. Prabal Dutta on wireless sensors and embedded devices
Dr. David Chesney on engineering for social good
Dr. David Chesney on engineering for social good
Research scientist Reetu Das on advanced microchip design
Prof. Reetu Das on advanced microchip design
Dr. Andrew DeOrio on getting computers to help find bugs
Dr. Andrew DeOrio on getting computers to help find bugs
Prof. Edwin Olson on perception, autonomy, and robotics
Prof. Edwin Olson on perception, autonomy, and robotics
Prof. Elliot Soloway on the use of mobile technology for learning
Prof. Elliot Soloway on the use of mobile technology for learning
Dr. Jeff Ringenberg on teaching and mobile apps development
Dr. Jeff Ringenberg on teaching and mobile apps development
Prof. J. Alex Halderman on computer security
Prof. J. Alex Halderman on computer security
Prof. Valeria Bertacco on correctness of hardware designs
Prof. Valeria Bertacco on correctness of hardware designs
Prof. Kevin Fu on trustworthy computing and the security of medical devices
Prof. Kevin Fu on trustworthy computing and the security of medical devices

CSE Distinguished Lectures

CSE hosts leading thinkers in the field from industry, government, and academia as a part of its Distinguished Lecture Series. See a fuller list of upcoming and past DLS speakers and additional videos here.

Michael Franklin Distinguished Lecture
Michael Franklin on AMPLab and the Berkeley Data Analytics Stack
Michael Stonebraker Distinguished Lecture
Michael Stonebraker on the Ingres database and a bicycle trip
Gregory Abowd Distinguished Lecture
Gregory Abowd on being an applied computer scientist
Ali Sebt Distinguished Lecture
Ali Sebt on the era of platforms and IoT
Joe Paradiso Distinguished Lecture
Joe Paradiso on ubiquitous sensing
Richard Lipton Distinguished Lecture
Richard Lipton on the story behind the results
Rosalind Picard Distinguished Lecture
Rosalind Picard on emotion technology
Sanjeev Arora Distinguished Lecture
Sanjeev Arora on provable bounds for machine learning
Edward Felten Distinguished Lecture
Edward Felten on debugging D.C
Richard Stallman Distinguished Lecture
Richard Stallman on a free digital society
Peter Lee Distinguished Lecture
Peter Lee on a career in advanced technology
Hal Abelson Distinguished Lecture
Hal Abelson on computational values
Kunle Olukotun Distinguished Lecture
Kunle Olukotun on parallelism
Ed Lazowska Distinguished Lecture
Ed Lazowska on computer science
Peter Norvig Distinguished Lecture
Peter Norvig on online learning
Cindy Cohn Distinguished Lecture
Cindy Cohn on how the NSA is making us all less safe
Susan Landau Distinguished Lecture
Susan Landau on wiretapping and our security

More CSE

MiBytes at the MEZ
High school students build apps at MiBytes in Detroit
Michael Wellman Professorship Lecture
Michael Wellman professorship lecture
Michael Stonebraker lecture
Michael Stonebraker on big data challenges
Mark Abel discusses pervasive assistance
Mark Abel: Towards pervasive assistance
A look inside the MiBytes summer camp
A look inside the MiBytes summer camp
Engineering with Grace
Engineering with Grace
U-M and AAIT: A special relationship
U-M and AAIT: A special relationship
Dr. David Chesney's TEDx talk
Shouts and Whispers: Dr. David Chesney's TEDx talk
Sid Meier game design boot camp
Sid Meier game design boot camp
Dick Costolo's 2013 U-M commencement address
Dick Costolo's 2013 U-M commencement address
CS4HS 2011 workshop with Barracuda Networks
CS4HS 2011 workshop with Barracuda Networks
Ghosts hack EECS 388 on Halloween
Ghosts hack EECS 388 on Halloween
Larry Page's 2009 commencement address
Larry Page's 2009 commencement address