Professor Yu Cai, Applied Computing, a member of the ICC’s Center for Cybersecurity, is the principal investigator on a two-year project that has received a $99,942 grant from the National Security Agency (GenCyber). The project is titled, “GenCyber Teacher Camp at Michigan Tech. ” Lecturer Tim Van Wagner (AC) and Assistant Professor Bo Chen (CS, . . .
Greetings College of Computing students. Welcome to the Fall 2020 semester. College of Computing faculty recorded these 25 videos to introduce themselves to you and the College. We hope you’ll take a look. Your professors share info about their courses and research, the Computing clubs and Enterprise groups they advise, College outreach and volunteering opportunities, . . .
Timothy Havens (DataS/CC) and Anthony Pinar (DataS/ECE) are co-authors of a paper, written in collaboration with University of Missouri researchers Muhammad Islam, Derek Anderson, Grant Scott, and Jim Keller, that has been published in the July 2020 issue of the journal IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems. The article is titled, “Enabling explainable fusion in deep . . .
Dr. Timothy Havens presented the lead talk at the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s ISR-2 Seminar Series on Advancing Toward Modern Detection and Estimation Techniques for Multi-Sensor Scenarios, presented online on July 9, 2020. Tim Havens is associate dean for research for the College of Computing, director of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC), and . . .
Michigan Tech ranks 5th on a list of 13 non-ivy league schools that produce the best software engineers in the U.S., as recently published by DesignRush. The demand for software developers is steadily increasing, with 21% expected growth from 2018 to 2028. To help industry meet this need, DesignRush has published a list of non-ivy . . .