The Enterprise team Human Interface Design (HIDE) presented at the 2015 Design Expo held at the Memorial Union Ballroom on April 16. Team Leaders Stephen Radachy, Computer Science and Seyedeh Maryam “Shabnam” Fakhrhosseini Advisor Robert Pastel, Computer Science Sponsor Humana Project Overview Our team provides students with an opportunity to design, develop, and evaluate interfaces . . .
The Enterprise team Husky Game Development presented at the 2015 Design Expo held at the Memorial Union Ballroom on April 16. Team Leader Mitch Davis, Computer Science and Ryan George, Computer Network and System Administration Advisor Scott Kuhl, Computer Science Sponsors Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Mel Visser (Michigan Tech Alumnus) Project Overview Husky Game Development is . . .
The Michigan Tech Transportation Institute (MTTI) will host the first workshop on “Developing Partnership and Advancing Driving Research.” We would like to invite researchers and practitioners interested in in-vehicle user interfaces and applications. This workshop aims to identify plausible research projects and collaborators for each identified project, introduce possible funding agencies and proposal submission logistics, . . .
Canvas courses taught by Dr. Laura Brown and Leo Ureel (CS) were selected as two of the eight spring 2015 CTL Creative Canvas Course Contest (C-4) winners. Their Canvas courses were recognized as effective by both students and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). Both instructors will have the opportunity to record a “video . . .
Women in Computing Sciences (WiCS) and the Husky Game Development Enterprise (HGD) are excited to announce the results of the 8th annual BonzAI Brawl programming contest on Saturday April 11, 2015. Both groups put in hundreds of hours to develop the game and make the Brawl a success. More information about the event is available . . .
CS graduate student, Abhilash Kantamneni, recently was accepted to the 2016 Byron Fellowship. Kantamneni, advised by Dr. Laura Brown (CS) and nominated by Dr. Joshua Pearce (EE/Materials Science), will participate in the Fellowship this summer. The Byron Fellowship is a transformational experience and community of generative leaders co-creating a flourishing world. Our program empowers the . . .