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MSU Smart Cities
The faculty at Michigan State University are working towards building the next generation of connected cities and infrastructure.
At MSU we’re working on building cities to accommodate autonomous vehicles with connected traffic lights and vehicle-to-vehicle connections. We envision cities where Smart Vehicles drive on Smart Roads.
Student views: Integrating a green urban design
John R. (J.R.) Nosal, secretary-elect of Sustainable Spartans, is a senior studying environmental geosciences with a minor in environmental and sustainability studies in the College of Natural Sciences.
Mi Zhang: 2020 MSU Innovation of the Year
Mi Zhang is an assistant professor in the College of Electrical and Computer Engineering. At MSU, Zhang leads the Machine Learning Systems Group. His research topics lie at the intersection of systems and machine intelligence, with particular focus on on-device AI for edge devices, automated machine learning, systems for machine learning and AI for health.
$3.3M grant to fund study exploring impact of green spaces on health of Detroiters
Faculty from Michigan State University received a $3.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for an experiment to improve the health of Detroit’s residents by cultivating green spaces in the city.
Betty H.C. Cheng
Guan-Hua (Scott) Tu
Director of Corporate Partnerships
Michigan State University