Author: Karen Johnson

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

2024 Bhakta Rath Award Recipients Help Keep Sensitive Data Safe

By Cyndi Perkins; from Michigan Tech News; published May 14, 2024 For their work to ensure that information on mainstream mobile devices can be stored securely and deleted permanently, Bo Chen and Niusen Chen have been honored with Michigan Tech’s 2024 Bhakta Rath Research Award. Michigan Technological University cybersecurity expert Bo Chen and his graduate . . .

Charles Wallace Receives IPEC Seed Grrant

Professor Charles Wallace, Computer Science, is among the recipients of a spring 2024 Research Seed Grant award from the Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture (IPEC). The full list of recipients is below. The grant will support two Computer Science undergraduate students, Nat Anderson and Joe Halcombe, during summer 2024 as they assist Computer Science . . .

Student-Athlete Rallies for the Win: Computer Science Grad Shares Secret to Her Success

Juggling academics and athletics, along with the challenges of being a woman in a field dominated by men, hasn’t always been easy for Leiya Rybicki. But Rybicki’s wide support system and leadership skills helped her persevere. The Huskies Women’s Volleyball Team member earned her bachelor’s degree in computer science in spring 2024. Michigan Tech — . . .

Sam Russ ’24, BS in Computer Science, Receives ROTC Distinguished Graduate Award

Sam Russ ’24 BS in Computer Science has received the Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) Distinguished Graduate Award, which is awarded to the top 10% of Air Force ROTC graduates from all universities nationwide. A second AFROTC graduate, Nicholas Drechsler BS in Mechanical Engineering, also received the Distinguished Graduate Award. The Distinguished Graduate Award is the . . .

Crowdsourcing Ticks for Disease Surveillance

Tick Talk, the crowdsourcing tick collection project conducted last year at Michigan Tech, has returned for a second year. Tick collection has already begun for 2024. MTU’s Genomic Sequencing Lab wants ticks from you, your family and your pets. The goal of this project is to identify the prevalence of tick-borne illnesses in the Copper Country. Please . . .