Awards and Recognitions
Research InterestsVirtual environments and assistive devices to improve neurorehabilitation
Teaching InterestsComputer Game Development
Professional Leadership and Service
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News About Michael Fu
Doctoral student Vitor Rolo presented his work at the 2018 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference in Honolulu, HI.
Prof. Fu co-organized (with Thomas Bulea, NIH) and co-chaired (with Pepe Contreras-Vidal, U. Houston) the Mini-Symposium on Pediatric Rehabilitation Engineering at IEEE EMBC 2019.
Congratulations Ryan on publishing his design of a device to prevent burns during skin-surface electrical stimulation!
CONGRATULATIONS to Tyler (EE PhD candidate) for obtaining the prestigious 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship!
The virtual reality ocular motor research of Drs. Walker and Fu were featured for 2022 National Dept. of Veterans Affairs Research Week
Michael Fu In the News
Profs. Fu and Knutson were mentioned in a recent issue of the NIH National Center for Advancement of Translational Science newsletter.
An EECS 390 video game project was mentioned in Think Magazine.
Case Western Reserve's team was selected by DARPA OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) to compete in the Sprint 3 program.
CWRU and Texas A&M University successfully demonstrated our Consensus Decision Algorithm and Mixed Reality Human-Swarm Teaming User Interface at Camp Shelby, MS to DARPA.
This prestigious award will advance knowledge about FES-assisted stroke rehabilitation and engage a generation of younger students in rehabilitation science.