Category: Graduate Students

PhD Student Abel Reyes-Angulo Awarded Grant from BCBS of Michigan Foundation

PhD student Abel Reyes-Angulo (Department of Applied Computing, College of Computing, and Computational Science and Engineering PhD program) has been awarded a $3,000, 12-month grant from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation for his research project, “Development of a parameter-efficient Deep Learning algorithm for medical image segmentation as an effort to mitigate the . . .

Research Proposal: Yuguang Wang, PhD in Computer Science

Graduate student Yuguang Wang, PhD in Computational Science and Engineering, will present a research proposal on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, from 10-11:30 am via Zoom online meeting. The title of Wang’s proposal is, “GPU-based Out-of-Memory Graph Processing Design.” Wang is advised by Professor Zhenlin Wang, Computer Science, and Junqiao Qiu. Join the Zoom meeting here.

Ketan Patil, MS in Computer Science, to Present Defense April 3

Graduate student Ketan Patil, MS in Computer Science, will present his final oral examination (defense) on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, from 2:30-3:30 pm in Rekhi 101. The title of Patil’s talk is, “From Technical Resolution to Agile Evolution: A Blended Role at Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE).”

MTU Team TRISION Takes 2nd Place in NMU Programming Competition

Congratulations to College of Computing students Nirmal Raja Karuppiah Loganathan (Data Science MS), Venkata Naga Rithika Ponnuru (Computer Science MS), and Nithish Raja Karuppiah Loganathan (Data Science MS)! The students’ team, TRISION, took 2nd place at the 21nd NMU Programming Contest, which took place March 23, 2024, at Northern Michigan University, Marquette.

Data Science Student Bester Mangisoni Featured in News Article

Master’s student Bester Mangisoni (data science), president of the African Students Organization at Michigan Tech, was quoted by the Daily Mining Gazette in a story about African Night, an annual event hosted by the org on March 9, 2024, to share their cultures with the community. This year’s event featured speakers Josh Rushlau and Betty Chavis. Read . . .