Author: Karen Johnson

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

Innovation Week is January 25-29

by Pavlis Honors College Innovation Week is a celebration of innovation both on and off campus. We will host talks with alumni entrepreneurs, showcase campus innovation and interactive events. Learn about innovative research, new ventures, solutions to Covid-19 and education prototypes. Connect with alums, students and faculty. Drop in for one event or several! Register . . .

Nathir Rawashdeh Presents, Publishes Research at Mechatronics Conference

A conference paper published in IEEE Xplore entitled, “Interfacing Computing Platforms for Dynamic Control and Identification of an Industrial KUKA Robot Arm” has been published by Assistant Professor Nathir Rawashdeh, Applied Computing. In this work, a KUKA robotic arm controller was interfaced with a PC using open source Java tools to record the robot axis . . .

Husky Innovate Business Model Boot Camp is Today, Weds, Jan. 20

Do you plan to pitch at the Bob Mark Business Model Competition?   Do you have an innovative idea that you want to develop further?    Are you interested in starting your own business or leading an innovative improvement project?    If yes, consider attending the Business Model Boot Camp – a virtual workshop, free to Michigan Tech . . .

Smart Start Seminar Today, Weds., Jan. 20

New graduate students at Michigan Tech are invited to our virtual Smart Start. In Smart Start, we’ll introduce students to resources and policies to assist them to have a successful start to their graduate careers. It will be especially useful for students in their first year, but all students are welcome to attend. The seminar . . .

Summer 2021 Finishing Fellowship Nominations Open

by Debra Charlesworth, Graduate School Applications for Summer 2021 finishing fellowships are being accepted and are due no later than 4 p.m., March 3, 2021 to the Graduate School. Please email applications to gradschool@mtu.edu. Instructions on the application and evaluation process are found online. Students are eligible if all of the following criteria are met: Must be . . .

College of Computing Overview with Tim Havens Is Tues., Jan. 19, 7-8 pm

Please join the College of Computing’s Tim Havens at a College of Computing Undergraduate Overview on Tuesday, January 19, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. The virtual event is presented by Michigan Tech Admissions. The focus of the event is on prospective students. Event Details: Check out our diverse selection of majors, including Computer Network and . . .