Author: Karen Johnson

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

Computing Student, Faculty Member Recognized at McNair Scholars Event

Trent Betters ’24 BS in Computer Science, and Assistant Professor Briana Bettin, Computer Science and Cognitive and Learning Sciences, were among those recognized at the inaugural McNair Scholars Graduation recognition dinner on April 19, 2024, hosted the McNair Scholars program and the the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. This first cohort of Michigan Tech’s McNair . . .

PhD Student Harikrishnan Changarnkothapeecherikkal, CSE, Receives Outstanding Teaching Award

PhD student and instructor Harikrishnan Changarnkothapeecherikkal, Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), Department of Applied Computing, has received the Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award from Michigan Tech’s Graduate School. Changarnkothapeecherikkal’s teaching Interests include clinical decision support systems, health informatics fundamentals, deep learning and neural networks, and computer vision and image analysis.

AC Faculty Candidate Amna Mazen to Give Research Presentation April 25

Department of Applied Computing Mechatronics/MERET tenure-track faculty candidate Amna Mazen will give a research presentation on Thursday, April 25, 2024, at 9:30 am in Rekhi 214. The title of Mazen’s presentation is, “The development of intelligent autonomous systems and algorithms across various sectors, including robotics, autonomous vehicles, and healthcare.” Also on April 25 , faculty . . .

A Winning Combination: Computer Science and Psychology Help Husky Chart Her Own Course

From Stories from Husky Nation Published April 16, 2024. Hunter Malinowski followed in the footsteps of family members who attended Michigan Technological University, but also found ways to blaze her own trail. Malinowski made her Michigan Tech experience unique by pursuing dual degrees in computer science and psychology, and diving into research experiences. A meticulous . . .