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    NSF Funding for Laura Brown on Improving How Society Interacts with Electricity

    Laura Brown
    Laura Brown

    Laura Brown (CS/AIM) is the principal investigator on the research and development project, “Collaborative Research: CRISP Type 2: Revolution through Evolution: A Controls Approach to Improve How Society Interacts with Electricity” that has received a $699,796 grant from the National Science Foundation. Also working on the project are co-pi’s Chee WooiTen (ECE) and Wayne Weaver (ECE). This is a three-year project.


    NSF Grant for Min Song on Inter-Vehicle Networking

    Min Song
    Min Song

    Min Song received a $221,797 NSF grant. The title of the project is The Ontology of Inter-Vehicle Networking with Spatio-Temporal Correlation and Spectrum Cognition. In this project, Min will investigate the fundamental understanding and challenges of inter-vehicle networking, including theoretical foundation and constraints in practice that enable such networks to achieve their performance limits. This is a 3-year collaborative project with NC State with a total budget of $495,414.


    Jeon Co-organizes Two Workshops on Driving Interactions

    AutomotiveUI 2015Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon (CLS/CS) co-organized two workshops; Workshop on Practical Experiences in Measuring and Modeling Drivers and Driver-Vehicle Interactions and The Third Workshop on User Experience of Autonomous Driving, with international collaborators at the Seventh International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutomotiveUI15), in Nottingham, UK, which began Monday and concludes today. The workshops were partly supported by The Michigan Tech Transportation Institute.

    From Tech Today.


    Alumna Aubrey Baker and a Viral Empowerment Message #ILookLikeAnEngineer

    Computer Science alumna Aubrey Baker is part of the inspiring viral campaign ‪#‎ILookLikeAnEngineer‬. She was interviewed in an MLive article that featured her work downstate at CQL where she codes web applications. Baker also hosts a regular BitCamp event for middle school students and a semester-long Girls Who Code course.

    Viral hashtag #ILookLikeAnEngineer inspires campaign in Michigan

    Aubrey Baker was surprised that a woman in her field was called out for not belonging.

    Still, Baker, 25, who writes software code at CQL, notes that when she was hired by the Grand Rapids firm in December, she was the only female web developer. Now, there are three.

    Her interest in computers developed between middle school and high school. She was the person in her house who took care of the routers and fixed the computers when there were issues.

    While a freshman at Reeths-Puffer High School in Muskegon, she took a networking class.

    After graduating early with college credits, she finished her general education requirements at Muskegon Community College before transferring to Michigan Tech. She was familiar with the Upper Peninsula college after attending two weeklong summer programs there in high school.

    Read more at MLive, by Shandra Martinez.