Author: Karen Johnson

The Michigan Tech College of Computing offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in the Computing disciplines.

CS Grad Student Zhiyuan Lu to Present RQE March 5

Zhiyuan Lu, a Department of Computer Science graduate student, will present his RQE lecture on Friday, March, 5, 2021, at 4:00 p.m. The lecture will be presented virtually. Lecture Title Improving the Performance of NVM Crash Consistency under Multicore Lecture Abstract Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) systems require log schemes to ensure crash consistency, introducing severe performance . . .

EET Motorized Swing Senior Project: The Students

Read Part I of this article: EET Senior Design Project to Help Child Rest Easy by Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing Four senior-level Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) students are working on a Senior Design project with an altruistic focus, designing and producing a motorized swing set that will help a disabled child . . .

Register Now: 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium Is Friday, March 26

The 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) will be held virtually on Friday, March 26, 2021. It requires that participants register for the event, provide an abstract, and create and narrate an electronic poster. This event is open to all Michigan Tech undergraduate researchers. Students wishing to participate must register online by Friday, February 5. The . . .

CS Dept. Lecture: Hongyu An, ECE, Friday, March 5

The Department of Computer Science will present a lecture by Assistant Professor Hongyu An, ECE, on Friday, March 5, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. An’s lecture is titled, “Designing an Energy-Efficient Neuromorphic System through Two-Layer Memristive Synapses.” An will introduce Brain-inspired Computing, an emerging approach for an energy-efficient artificial intelligent system through hardware and software co-design. . . .

Sidike Paheding Awarded MSGC Seed Grant

Assistant Professor Sidike Paheding, Applied Computing, has been awarded a one-year MSGC Research Seed Grant for his project, “Monitoring Martian landslides using deep learning and data fusion.” Professor Thomas Oommen, Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences, is Co-PI on the project. The grant will support part-time employment of two students during the award period. This . . .

Leo Ureel Receives 2020-21 CTL Award for Innovative Teaching

The 2020-2021 CTL Instructional Award for Innovative or Out of Class Teaching is being presented to two instructors, and Assistant Professor Leo Ureel, Computer Science, and Libby Meyer, senior lecturer, Visual and Performing Arts. Ureel was nominated in recognition of his “student-centric efforts which have increased retention and diversified the cohort of first-year computing students.” . . .