"Great company to work for. The staff is friendly and the benefits are good. I would recommend anyone to apply they go for a diverse community."
"Good work-life balance, smart people, world class research."
"I've worked as a postdoc at my previous group after graduation to complete the ongoing project."
"I've worked at the Neurobionics Lab at the University of Michigan. The supervisor is amazing and inspiring leader. People are friendly, cheerful, really positive. Everyone is working on some really cool robotic projects. If you want to stay in academia or go to the industry, this is a great place."
"The University of Michigan is a world-class environment in which to immerse yourself in the field of Controls Engineering. The Aerospace Department, in particular, is highly renowned, always vying with MIT and Stanford for the #1 ranked graduate program in the US."
"Good to learn a lot of new things based on deep learning and natural language processing. Build something great and could be used in real life world"
"I worked at University of Michigan, under EECS department on an IoT device project creation as an undergrad. I have been continuing under the guidance of a professor with the aims of further pursuing my interests. Great opportunities, and guidance from the fellow professor. I got to work in various fields within the IoT industry."
"I have worked at University of Michigan Ann Arbor for 4 years now. I have total independence to complete my work effectively and up to my standards and requirements. I mentor and train Undergraduate, graduate students in addition to a technician. I enjoy my work but there is not much opportunity for growth."
"Good, friendly staff and research members."
"Work is great but the pay is very low."
"I've worked for University of Michigan since 2009. I've found it to be a strong company with good ethical values and very friendly environment."
"There are many people working at U of M in their SRO department that are just wonderful to work with. There is, however, way too much politics and a general lack of leadership from some of the supervisory staff."
"I have worked for University of Michigan since 2008. As a graduate student research assistant, I have earned research skills and improved the scientific intuitions."
"I have worked at this location for several years in different positions and it always felt like a community that was striving to better itself."
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