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Papers Published

Soner Onder
Soner Onder

Associate Prof. Soner Onder and his graduate students published a paper titled “LaZy Superscalar” in the 42nd International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA). ISCA is recognized as the premier conference in computer architecture with 10-20 percent acceptance rates. CS PhD student Gorkem Asilioglu (first author) will present the paper on June 15 in Portland, OR.

From Tech Today

Associate Prof. Onder and his graduate students also published a paper titled “Mower: A New Design for Non-blocking Misprediction Recovery” in ACM/SIGARCH International Conference on Supercomputing (ICS). ICS is the premier international forum for the presentation of research results in high-performance computing systems held since 1987. PhD student Zhaoxiang Jin (first author) will present the paper on June 8 in Newport Beach, CA.



Copper Country Middle & High School Students: Sign Up for Free Computer Programming Lessons

The Department of Computer Science is offering local students free, hands-on instruction in the basics of computer programming and computer science.

Starting Sept. 13, Copper Country Programmers meets from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays during the academic year at the Van Pelt and Opie Library. Computer Science faculty and students will teach the fundamentals of programming, starting with simple languages like HTML and BASIC and progressing to the well known and widely used Java language.

Beginning students use their new programming skills to create their own games and computer art. They also get exposure to physical applications of programming, such as mobile computing, microcontrollers and 3D printing.

Advanced students can get involved in competitive programming, including the American Computer Science League and Michigan Tech’s famous BonzAI Brawl competition.

CC Programmers continues through late April. Organizers also plan to schedule an additional after-school meeting during the week.

PhD student John Earnest, Lecturer Leo Ureel and Associate Professor Charles Wallace lead the CC Programmers effort. “We also appreciate the work of our volunteer assistants, and we encourage more individuals from the Michigan Tech community to get involved,” said Wallace.

To register or for more information, contact Wallace at wallace@mtu.edu, 487-3431.

From Tech Today


Computer Science Student Pursues Peace Corps Master’s

Science and technology are transforming the way we live, and Tim Ward is working to make sure this transformation reaches everyone. Tim is the first student to pursue the Peace Corps Masters International (PCMI) in Computer Science at Michigan Tech, working in the remote Pacific nation of Vanuatu. Students in the program take courses on campus during the first year of the program, then they spend two years in the Peace Corps applying their knowledge within their Peace Corps community. You can read more about Tim and his work at his blog.


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July 17, 2015
Shokuhfar, Ott receive Diversity Awards
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Michigan Tech’s Peace Corps Students Weather Horrendous Storms
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Michigan Tech Adds New Peace Corps Master’s International Programs in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, GIS
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Michigan Tech Couple Sees the USA on a Tandem Bike
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Linda Ott Receives Michigan Tech’s Inaugural Diversity Award
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