In November, Michigan Tech undergraduates begin submitting research proposals to the annual competition for Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships—SURF—which are due the following February and awarded that spring. Computer Science major Elijah Cobb was one of the many students to submit a SURF proposal this academic year. His was excellent, but so were many others, and . . .
Siva Krishna Kakula, a PhD candidate in the College of Computing’s Department of Computer Science, has been awarded a grant from the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society that covers the cost of full IEEE member registration for the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, July 19-24, 2020. Kakula will present two papers at the conference, “Choquet . . .
Husky Game Development (HGD), a student Enterprise focused on video game development, won Honorable Mention accolades at Michigan Tech’s Design Expo 2020, presented virtually this April. The HGD winning project, “Lost in Mazie Mansion,” is a 2D mystery-puzzle game. To win, you’ll need the help of Mazie. But you’ll have to play by the house’s . . .
College of Computing students participated widely at Michigan Tech’s Design Expo 2020, which was held virtually in April. Participating Enterprise Teams included Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE), IT Oxygen, and Husky Game Development. College Senior Design Teams developed a cybersecurity “Penetration Testing Course,”a “Cloud Computing Cost Analysis,” and an “Automated Distributed Configuration Management Systems.” See . . .