By Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing and ICC Read Part II, A Supportive and Wise Network Part I | The Fast Track A Profile of Dr. Jason Hiebel: The College of Computing’s First Graduate In fall 2007, Jason Hiebel enrolled in his first semester at Michigan Tech. He’s been studying, teaching, and . . .
Daniel Madrid ’10, Computer Network and Systems Administration, of Livonia, Mich., has been elected to a six-year term on the Michigan Tech Alumni Board of Directors effective July 1, 2020, the Office of Alumni Relations has announced. Madrid is a product manager in the Mobility Products Solutions: Connected Vehicle unit of Ford Motor Company, where . . .
The International Graduate Student Communication and Culture Center (IGSC3) is hosting a weekly Conversation Circle on Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. through June 26, 2020. The aim of the conversation circles is to give international students opportunities to practice conversational English in an informal setting. International students will discuss a range of topics selected by IGSC3 . . .
The College of Computing is pleased to announce that it has awarded five faculty seed grants, which will provide immediate funding in support of research projects addressing critical needs during the current global pandemic. Tim Havens, College of Computing associate dean for research, said that the faculty seed grants will enable progress in new research . . .
By Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing Data Science graduate student Bonnie Henderson began her master’s degree at Michigan Tech in fall 2019. From Jarrell, Texas, Henderson earned a B.A. in mathematics and French at Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas. Henderson is a recipient of Michigan Tech’s David House Family Fellowship, which she describes . . .
Tim Havens, associate dean for research, College of Computing, and director of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems, was quoted in the article, “Artificial intelligence (AI) vs. machine learning (ML): 8 common misunderstandings,” published May 19, 2020, in the online publication, The Enterprisers Project. In there article, Havens likens the way AI works to learning . . .