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    Medical Imaging and Informatics Lab Seeking Volunteer Research Assistants

    A student views digital x-rays on multiple computers The Laboratory of Medical Imaging and Informatics is seeking volunteer Research Assistants. Are you looking for an exciting research experience in applied artificial intelligence and medical imaging/informatics? The MIIL Lab (Laboratory of Medical Imaging and Informatics) is hiring. We’re focused on developing new computer methods and techniques to solve significant…


    Nathir Rawashdeh To Present Talk Fri., Dec. 6

    Nathir Rawashdeh Nathir Rawashdeh, College of Computing Assistant Professor of Mechatronics, Electrical, and Robotics Engineering Technology, will present a talk this Friday, December 6, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., in Rekhi 214. Rawashdeh will present a review of recent advancements in Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) applications, hardware, and software with a focus on vehicle localization and…


    Article by Alex Sergeyev Published in Journal of Engineering Technology (JET)

    Alex Sergeyev An article co-authored by Aleksandr Sergeyev, College of Computing professor and director of the Mechatronics graduate program, has been published in the Journal of Engineering Technology (JET). The conclusive article, titled “A University, Community College, and Industry Partnership: Revamping Robotics Education to Meet 21st century Needs – NSF Sponsored Project Final Report,” summarizes the work funded by…


    Alex Sergeyev, NMC Featured in Article about Robotics Manufacturing in Michigan

    Robotics manufacturing shows Michigan’s automation leadership In August 2019 Michigan Tech and Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) formalized a partnership and seven new articulation agreements designed to expedite degree completion for engineering students transferring to Michigan Tech from NMC. Under the 2+2 agreements, which took effect with the fall 2019 semester, engineering students are able to complete their first…


    CNSA Major Gary Tropp Named University Innovation Fellow

    Gary Tropp Gary Tropp (Computer Network and System Administration ’22), along with Abigail Kuehne (Psychology and Communication, Culture, and Media/ Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors ’21), Sam Raber (Psychology ’22), and Lindsay Sandell (Biomedical Engineering ’21), has been named a University Innovation Fellows by Stanford University’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design. The global UIF…


    EET Alumnus Aaron Zarembski Named Emerging Leader

    Aaron Zarembski EET alumnus Aaron Zarembski was recently named one of 20 emerging leaders by Production Manufacturing magazine. The magazine’s annual list recognizes professionals under the age of 40 who are making a difference in the precision machined parts industry. Selections are based on nominations received by readers of the publication. The emphasis is on leadership and…