The College of Computing’s Department of Applied Computing invites the campus community to a lecture by MERET faculty candidate Muhammad Fahad on Thursday, April 9, 2020, at 3:30 p.m., via an online Zoom meeting. His talk is titled, “Motion Planning and Control of Autonomous Mobile using Model Free Method.” Link to the Zoom meeting here. . . .
Dean Adrienne Minerick and the College of Computing are pleased to announce that Leo Ureel, Computer Science Lecturer and Ph.D. student, is this week’s Deans’ Teaching Showcase. Leo is also coordinator of the College of Computing Learning Center (CCLC) in Rekhi Hall and faculty advisor to the Computer Science Learning Committee in McNair Hall. Most . . .
Faculty/Researcher Profile: Weihua Zhou, Multi-Disciplinary Digital Healthcare Solutions By Karen Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing and Institute of Computing and Cybersystems How can the cost-effectiveness of healthcare be improved, especially for complicated chronic diseases? This is the overarching question Dr. Weihua Zhou is seeking to answer with his research. The multi-disciplinary solutions he is . . .
Planning to graduate this spring? Congratulations! Here’s a Graduation Checklist our academic advisors, Denise and Kay, put together to help you keep track of the details. (Link below.) Find more Graduation and Advising info and links here.
The College of Computing’s Department of Applied Computing invites the campus community to a lecture by faculty candidate Kahlid Miah on Friday, April 3, 2020, at 3:30 p.m., via an online Zoom meeting. The title of Miah’s lecture is, “Fiber-Optic Distributed Sensing Technology: Applications and Challenges.” Link to the Zoom meeting here. Dr. Miah is . . .