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 Spring 2024 Awards for Outstanding Scholarship and Teaching

Congratulations to the students who have received the spring 2024 Graduate School’s Dean’s Award for Outstanding Scholarship and the Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award. College of Computing students who received the award are: Dean’s Award for Outstanding Scholarship: Ujwal Goulikar, Mechatronics Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award: Zongguang Liu and Abel Reyes Angulo, both Computational Science . . .

Ketan Patil, MS in Computer Science, to Present Defense April 3

Graduate student Ketan Patil, MS in Computer Science, will present his final oral examination (defense) on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, from 2:30-3:30 pm in Rekhi 101. The title of Patil’s talk is, “From Technical Resolution to Agile Evolution: A Blended Role at Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE).”

MTU Team TRISION Takes 2nd Place in NMU Programming Competition

Congratulations to College of Computing students Nirmal Raja Karuppiah Loganathan (Data Science MS), Venkata Naga Rithika Ponnuru (Computer Science MS), and Nithish Raja Karuppiah Loganathan (Data Science MS)! The students’ team, TRISION, took 2nd place at the 21nd NMU Programming Contest, which took place March 23, 2024, at Northern Michigan University, Marquette.

Art in Silico Keynote with Chantal Rodier

by James Townsend, Institute of Computing and Cybersystems The 2024 Art in Silico computational art event series will feature an exciting collaboration with the University of Ottawa, including a keynote address and virtual panel discussion next Wednesday (April 3). Keynote AddressThe keynote address will be given by Chantal Rodier, STEAM project coordinator and artist in residence at the University . . .

Sightline, a Company Led by Ashley Kern ’15 ’17, Featured in News Story

The Alpena News mentioned Michigan Tech in a story exploring the ways small businesses are incorporating artificial intelligence. Ashley Kern ’15 ’17 (B.S. Mathematical Sciences, M.S. Data Science) was quoted in the story. Kern’s business SightLine, a predictive analytics company focused on higher education, was highlighted in the story. SightLine and Kern were the subjects of a 2023 . . .