Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon (CLS/CS) successfully hosted the workshop on “Persuasion in Transport Applications” at Persuasive Technology April 5 in Salzburg, Austria. This workshop was partly supported by MTTI.
Graduate student Shreya Kumar is a Fall 2015 recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award as announced by the Graduate School.
Graduate student Alex Klinkhamer is a Spring 2016 recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award as announced by the Graduate School.
Graduate student Shreya Kumar is a Spring 2016 recipient of the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Scholarship, as announced by the Graduate School.
Embodied Interaction as a New Paradigm in Human-Computer Interaction: Case Studies in VR, Driving, and Robotics
Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon
Cognitive and Learning Sciences
Friday, February 12, 2016
KIP Spring Seminar Series
University selected for program targeted at women in computer science
HOUGHTON — A national organization is committed to inspiring young women to enter the field of Computer Science and Michigan Tech is taking part in the effort.
Michigan Tech Professor Computer Science Dr. Linda Ott said, “We’re faced with a situation that most students haven’t had the opportunity to learn anything about computer science. They may have used computing but they haven’t been part of creating new software, creating computing tools and things like that.”
Three Michigan Universities Receive Pacesetters Awards to Attract More Women to Computer Science
Michigan Technological University, Michigan State University and the University of Michigan have been selected for the National Center of Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) Pacesetters program sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Google and Qualcomm. Pacesetters is a 2-year program under which participating institutions develop aggressive and measurable goals for increasing the number of women in the US computing and technology workforce.