Author: Karen Johnson

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

Panel Discussion Jan. 5: Mobility at Michigan Tech: “Where are we?”

Mobility is an increasingly used word today in conjunction with the advent of automated vehicle technologies, but what else is covered under this term that is often defined as“the ability to move or be moved freely and easily“? Even more importantly, what is happening at Michigan Tech related to Mobility? Dr. Pasi Lautala (CEE) is . . .

Michigan Tech Ranked as Best ROI Among Public Schools in Michigan

Michigan Tech was ranked as having the best return on investment (ROI) of any public college in Michigan by Stacker.com. In an article published Saturday, “Public College in Every State with the Best ROI,” Stacker listed the public school with the “best bang for the buck,” in each state. Michigan Tech came out on top . . .

Celebrate Husky Innovation January 25-29

Husky Innovate is organizing Innovation Week, a series of innovation themed events the week of January 25 to 29, 2020. Our goal is to provide opportunities for students, faculty and alumni to meet virtually to engage around the topic of innovation. We will host panel discussions, alumni office hours and the Bob Mark Business Model . . .

Siva Kakula to Present PhD Defense Dec. 21, 3 pm

Lecture Abstract Information fusion is the process of aggregating knowledge from multiple data sources to produce more consistent, accurate, and useful information than any one individual source can provide. In general, there are three primary sources of data/information: humans, algorithms, and sensors. Typically, objective data—e.g., measurements—arise from sensors. Using these data sources, applications such as . . .