Category: Courses

Computing Learning Center Coaches Are Available Online

The Michigan Tech Provost has issued guidance that due to MTU’s new COVID-19 policy, all university learning centers must remain closed to physical sessions. The College of Computing Learning Center will be available online and staffed by undergraduate coaches according to the Spring 2020 schedule (https://www.mtu.edu/computing/labs-facilities/cclc/). We will maintain our online presence in two ways: 1. . . .

Senior Keith Atkinson Applies Computing Skills to Aid Food Pantry

Senior Keith Atkinson Applies Computing Skills to Aid Husky FAN Food Pantry December 13, 2019 By Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing For his CS 4099 Directed Study class this fall, senior Computer Science undergraduate Keith Atkinson developed and deployed a Food Inventory System (FIS) for the Husky Food Access Network Food Pantry. . . .

Dependable and Secure CPS and (IoT) Course Offered Next Semester

Dependable and Secure Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT) CS 5090 | TR | 2:05-3:20 pm | Spring 2020 | CRN 12738 | Max class size: 30 students Instructor: Dr. Ali Ebnenasir | Department of Computer Science | aebnenas@mtu.edu A course on the theoretical and practical aspects of developing dependable and secure Cyber Physical Systems . . .

GenCyber Camp for Teachers Garners Local Media Coverage

Michigan Tech hosted two week-long GenCyber camps this summer. The first, held June 17–21, 2019, hosted 30 local middle/high school students. The second camp, August 12–16, 2019, hosted 21 local K-12 teachers. Camp participants gained cybersecurity knowledge, understood correct and safe online behavior, and explored ways to deliver cybersecurity content in K-12 curricula. A story . . .