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    1010 with … Dr. Alex Sergeyev, Applied Computing

    Are you a high school student, current undergraduate student, or a recent BS graduate? Are you are interested in robotics, automation, and controls? You are invited to spend one-zero-one-zero—that is, ten—minutes with Dr. Aleksandr Sergeyev on Thursday, April 15, from 4:30 to 4:40 p.m. EST. “If you’d like to learn more about the Mechatronics and…


    Paul-222: How to Make a Better Robot

    Written by Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing Assistant Professor Nathir Rawashdeh, Applied Computing, has developed a mobile robot disinfector with the help of a seed grant from Michigan Tech alumnus and donor Paul Williams ’61 EE. Rawashdeh is looking to develop this idea further and is searching for collaborators, such as those…


    EET Motorized Swing Senior Project: The Students

    Read Part I of this article: EET Senior Design Project to Help Child Rest Easy by Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing Four senior-level Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) students are working on a Senior Design project with an altruistic focus, designing and producing a motorized swing set that will help a disabled child…


    EET Senior Design Project to Help Child Rest Easy

    By Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing Read Part II of this article, “EET Motorized Swing Senior Project: The Students.” Professor Alex Sergeyev, Applied Computing, was reading an American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Engineering Technology Division magazine last summer when he saw an article that prompted an idea for an Electrical Engineering…