Robert Pastel is a Co-Principal Investigator on this NSF grant led by Arizona State University (ASU). The project is titled, “SCC: Community-Based Automated Information for Urban Flooding” and the abstract is as follows: Flooding is the most damaging natural hazard in the U.S. and around the world, and most flood damage occurs in cities. Yet . . .
In Fall 2018, Alex Larkin has a great achievement in NCL Cyber Competition Regular Season. His national rank is 17th out of 3324 participant, a great jump from 36th in Spring 2018. In addition, our NCL team (“Michigan Tech Hackers”) ranked 81 out of 360 teams in NCL Cyber Competition Postseason. It was the first . . .
The Department of Computer Science, supported by a gift from Google, will hold a 3-day workshop to introduce female undergraduate students with an interest in computer science, to research experiences, provide them with information about graduate school, and provide them with an opportunity to interact with current graduate students. The department has a long history . . .
Congratulations Soner! Dr. Soner Onder received one of seven awards from an NSF/Intel Partnership program titled: Foundational Micro-architecture Research (FoMR): Dependent ILP: Dynamic Hoisting and Eager Scheduling of Dependent Instructions. This is a collaborative proposal with Florida State University, with a total project value of $439,868 where Michigan Tech is the lead institution. This project aims to . . .
We are happy to announce grad student Man Wang is among the winners for the Doctoral Finishing Fellowship Award. Congratulations! Finishing Fellowships provide support to PhD candidates who are close to completing their degrees. These fellowships are available through the generosity of alumni and friends of the University. They are intended to recognize outstanding PhD candidates who are in need of . . .
Keith Vertanen and Bo Chen have been identified as two of only 89 instructors who received an exceptional “Average of 7 dimensions” student evaluation score during Spring 2018. Their scores (Keith: 4.62 with an enrollment of 98; Bo: 4.79 with an enrollment of 9) are in the top 10% of similarly sized sections across all . . .