Author: Karen Johnson

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

Graduate School Announces Doctoral Finishing Fellowships for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014

The Graduate School is pleased to announce that the following students have earned: Jun Ma, PhD candidate in computer science Evgeniy Kulakov, PhD candidate in geology Colin Gurganus, PhD candidate in atmospheric sciences Suntara Fueangfung, PhD candidate in chemistry Fang Chen, PhD candidate in electrical engineering Xiaohui Wang, PhD candidate in electrical engineering Jennifer Riehl, . . .

Nerds Are Us!

NerdScholar, a financial literacy website for students, has named Michigan Tech’s software engineering programs in the Department of Computer Science the “most engaging” in the nation. Six schools were singled out in categories that include most engaging, most balanced, most variety, most innovative, most interdisciplinary and most real-world experience. The website highlights Tech’s Enterprise and . . .

Dr. Chaoli Wang receives CAREER award from NSF

Dr. Chaoli Wang, Associate Professor of Computer Science, has received a prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.  This award will provide $489,245 of support over five years for his project titled “Effective Analysis, Exploration, and Visualization of Big Flow Data to Understand Dynamic Flows”. The goal of this CAREER project is to pioneer . . .