Category: Achievements and Awards

Bob Mark Pitch Contest Winners Announced

by Husky Innovate Congratulations to Husky Innovate’s Bob Mark Business Model Competition contestants and winners! Michigan Tech Computer Engineering Ph.D. candidate Ranit Karmakar is among the awardees, winning first place and a $2,000 prize in the Business Model category. The Bob Mark Business Model Competition was the main event during Innovation Week, a celebration of . . .

Sidike Paheding Wins MDPI Electronics Best Paper Award

A scholarly paper co-authored by Assistant Professor Sidike Paheding, Applied Computing, is one of two papers to receive the 2020 Best Paper Award from the open-access journal Electronics, published by MDPI. The paper presents a brief survey on the advances that have occurred in the area of Deep Learning. Paheding is a member of the . . .

CsE PhD Candidate Karen Colbert Named 2021 Diversity Scholar

Ms. Karen Colbert , a PhD student in Computational Sciences and Engineering and a graduate research assistant for ADVANCE at Michigan Tech, has been selected as a Diversity Scholar for the 2021 RStudio Virtual Conference. Ms. Colbert is one of 70 Diversity Scholars selected from around the globe, all of them focused on building skills . . .

Software Engineering Program Ranked Among the Best

Michigan Tech’s BS in Software Engineering is in the top 10 nationwide according to College Rank. The website ranked the 35 Best Bachelor’s in Software Engineering. Michigan Tech, which appears at number nine on the list, was one of only two Michigan colleges to make the ranking. The University of Michigan – Dearborn was ranked 15th. “It’s great to . . .

RedTeam NCL CyberLeague Rankings in Top 2%

Of the 27 Michigan Tech RedTeam students who successfully completed the individual games in National CyberLeague games this fall, seven students ranked in the top 100, out of 6,011 participants. And in team play, two teams ranked in the top 100, out of 957 teams. RedTeam exists to promote a security-driven mindset among the student . . .