Zhenlin Wang received an REU supplement of $15,876 to his his NSF award titled “CSR:Small: Effective Sampling-Based Miss Ratio Curves: Theory and Practice”. The supplement will support two undergraduate students for one year, offering research experiences in cache modeling for modern multi-core processors and data center key-value stores. Congratulations Zhenlin!
The Vice President for Research Office announced the 2018 Research Excellence Fund (REF) awards and thanked the volunteer review committees, as well as the deans and department chairs, for their time spent on this important internal research award process. Keith has received a Research Excellence Fund (REF) seed grant from Michigan Tech for his project entitled “Automatic . . .
Keith Vertanen(HCC), has been award a 2018 NSF CAREER Award for his project entitled, “Technology Assisted Conversations”. This 5-year award has a total budget of $538,799. In this project, Keith will create new real-time communication solutions for people who face speaking challenges, including those with physical or cognitive disabilities.The primary goal of this project is to develop . . .
Computer Science faculty members Keith Vertanen, Scott Kuhl, and Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon, were recently awarded the 2018 Paul Williams Seed Grant from the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC). The grant will give the researchers the opportunity to develop a research program that could be eligible and attractive for long-term and higher-level funding from external . . .
Problem: Scheduling learning center appointments. Solution: Apply education; develop online scheduling program. Maybe you’ve heard the claim that Michigan Technological University students are crazy smart. In case you needed proof, meet Caden Sumner, a third-year who is double majoring in computer science and psychology. He’s also a coach at the Michigan Tech Multiliteracies Center (MTMC) . . .
Two of the Computer Science graduate students attended the Graduate Research Colloquium hosted by the GSG this week. This is MTU’s largest graduate research showcase and competition with grad students presenting more than 60 research papers. See the article in Michigan Tech Today http://gsg.mtu.edu/grc/. “Improving Caching for Web Applications” by Daniel Byrne Abstract: Web applications . . .