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  • Day: October 19, 2020

    Innovative, Active, Effective. Introducing Sidike Paheding, Applied Computing

    Be Innovative. Be Active. Be Effective. This is College of Computing Assistant Professor Sidike Paheding’s teaching philosophy. New to the Department of Applied Computing this fall, Paheding’s teaching interests include digital image processing and machine learning. This academic year he is teaching SAT3812 Cyber Security I. A member of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems’s…


    Health Informatics MS: Virtual Info Night is Tues., Oct. 27

    Are you thinking about attending graduate school? Are you open to learning about emerging career areas in which you can leverage your undergraduate courses in healthcare or computer science? Register for Health Informatics M.S. Info Night Join the Info Session On Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at 6:00 p.m., via online Zoom meeting, the Health Informatics…


    Tim Havens: Warm and Fuzzy Machine Learning

    What are you doing for supper this Monday night at 6? Grab a bite with Dean Janet Callahan and Associate Professor Tim Havens, director of the Michigan Tech’s Institute of Computing and Cybersystems and associate dean for research in the College of Computing. Get the full scoop and register at mtu.edu/huskybites. “Nearly everyone has heard the term ‘Deep Learning’ at…


    “It’s Working!” — CCISD, Michigan Tech Launch New CTE Program in Mechatronics

    Michigan Tech recently launched a year-long Career and Technical Education (CTE) program for high school juniors or seniors in the area of Mechatronics. The new CTE Mechatronics program is offered through a partnership between Michigan Tech and the Copper Country Intermediate School District (CCISD).  Teaming up to deliver the instruction are faculty in the Mechatronics, Electrical and…