Author: Karen Johnson

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

Research in Focus: Needles, Haystacks, and Sugar Chains

From the 2024 Michigan Tech Magazine A glycobiologist and a computer scientist join forces to find protein-bound glycans faster—a major advance in the understanding of human health and disease. Shortly after Dukka KC arrived on campus in fall 2021, the new professor of computer science emailed Michigan Tech glycobiologist Tarun Dam. The note, as Dam remembers it, said in essence, . . .

Mechatronics Program Ranked No. 2 in US

From the 2024 Michigan Tech Magazine Mechatronics Program Ranked No. 2 in US The field of mechatronics is driving a technological revolution of the manufacturing industry, reinventing the way products are designed, produced, and delivered with digital technologies, automation, and data analytics. This past June, MTU’s interdisciplinary mechatronics program was ranked No. 2 in the United States . . .

Showcase [AI] Spotlights AI at Tech

From the 2024 Michigan Tech Magazine The College of Computing and the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC) collaborated to present Showcase [AI] at Michigan Tech in October. The showcase explored the excitement and controversy surrounding the intuitive automated systems affecting more and more aspects of daily life, including health, communications, and computing.

Data Science Student Bester Mangisoni Featured in News Article

Master’s student Bester Mangisoni (data science), president of the African Students Organization at Michigan Tech, was quoted by the Daily Mining Gazette in a story about African Night, an annual event hosted by the org on March 9, 2024, to share their cultures with the community. This year’s event featured speakers Josh Rushlau and Betty Chavis. Read . . .