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    Making Smart Vehicles Cognitive

    Vehicle networks play an increasingly important role in promoting mobile applications, driving safety, network economy, and daily life. It is predicted there will be more than 50 million self-driving cars on the road by 2035; the sheer number and density of vehicles mean non-negligible resources for computing and communication in vehicular environments. It is important…


    In the News

    An AP news article titled “Michigan Tech Students Teach Tech to the Inexperienced,” which features Michigan Tech’s BASIC (Building Adult Skills in Computing) program, Charles Wallace (CS), and Kelly Steelman (CLS), was published in the Charlotte Observer, Kansas City Star, Miami Herald, Washington Times, and many other news outlets across the country. Drs. Wallace and…


    Deep Inside the Mind Music Machine Lab

    Cognitive science is a relatively new interdisciplinary field weaving neuroscience, psychology, linguistics, anthropology, and philosophy with computer science. Cognitive scientist Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon, whose nickname translates to “love art,” studies how the human mind reacts to technology. Inside a unique research lab at Michigan Tech, Philart teaches digital devices how to recognize and react to…


    Visualizing a Bright Future for Computer Science Education

    Visualization is a process of presenting data and algorithms using graphics and animations to help people understand or see the inner workings. It’s the work of Ching-Kuang “CK” Shene. “It’s very fascinating work,” Shene says. “The goal is to make all hidden facts visible.” Shene helps students and professionals learn the algorithm—the step-by-step formula—of software…


    Better Communication and Collaboration in Computer Science

    Communication and teamwork are essential skills for computer science and software engineering graduates—but the traditional approach to introductory undergraduate computer science courses, focusing on individual programming assignments and discouraging collaboration, doesn’t prepare students for reality. Charles Wallace breaks the mold and promotes interaction as a primary activity in software development. Inspired by real software teams…


    Computer Science PhD wins service award at Graduate Research Colloquium

    Gorkem Asilioglu was presented with a Graduate Student Service Award at the 2017 Graduate Research Colloquium. Congratulations Gorkem! The 2017 Graduate Research Colloquium (GRC) was held on February 15-16 in the Memorial Union Ballroom. There were oral and poster presentation. The banquet was held on the evening of February 16 ABC 10’s Keweenaw Bureau Reporter…