Category: Seminar

GenCyber Teacher Camp Is July 19-23, 2021


An NSA/NSF GenCyber Cybersecurity Teacher Camp for K-12 teachers will take place at Michigan Tech the week of July 19 – 23, 2021. This residential camp is offered at no cost to all participants.

Topics include fundamental security knowledge, cyber hygiene, and other topics such as email phishing, password management, and cyber ethics. Participants will also learn how to develop lesson plans to teach cybersecurity in K-12.

Room and board are included. Each teacher participant will receive a stipend of $500 for attending and completing camp activities. Commuting is also possible. Camp activities will count for 25 State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECH).

Find complete details and apply here.  The application deadline is May 1, 2021.

Funding of the camp is provided jointly by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) through a grant award led by Professor Yu Cai and Tim Van Wagner, both from the College of Computing Department of Applied Computing.

Watch a video from the 2019 GenCyber Teacher Camp below.

Gencyber Teacher Camp @ Michigan Tech 2019


MS Defense: Vijay Pathak

by Mechanical Engineering

Vijay Pathak (advisor Ghosh Susantra) a master’s in Mechanical Engineering student will present his master’s defense at 2 p.m. tomorrow (April 14) via Zoom.

The title of the presentation is “Studying the Effects of Initial Crack Angle on the Crack Propagation in Graphene Nano-Ribbon Through Molecular Dynamics Simulations.”


Master’s Defense: Chinmay Kondekar

Electrical Engineering Master’s candidate Chinmay Kondekar (advisor: Aleksandr Sergeyev), will present his master’s defense at 11 a.m. tomorrow (April 13) via Zoom.

The title of his presentation is “Integration of Robotic and Electro-Pneumatic Systems Using Advanced Control and Communication Schemes.”


ECE Doctoral Defense – Adam Webb

by Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Electrical Engineering doctoral candidate Adam Webb will present his PhD defence at 3:30 p.m. Thursday (April 15) via Zoom.

The title of his presentation is “Novel Methods in Computational Imaging with Applications in Remote Sensing.”

Webb’s co-advisors are Timothy Schulz (ECE) and Timothy Havens (CC).


Master’s Defense: Ashwini Arvind Nikumbh

April 9, 3:00 p.m–4:00 p.m

Mechanical Engineering Advisor: Susanta Ghosh

“Atomistic Continuum Simulations for Nano-Indentation and Compression of Multi-Layer Graphene”

Attend Virtually

Atomistic Continuum Simulations for Nano-Indentation and Compression of Multi-Layer Graphene

View the Events Calendar item here.


ECE Master’s Defense: Chinmay Rajaram Kondekar

by Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering Master’s candidate Chinmay Kondekar (advisor: Aleksandr Sergeyev), will present his master’s defense at 11 a.m. Tuesday (April 13) via Zoom

The title of his presentation is “Integration of Robotic and Electro-Pneumatic Systems Using Advanced Control and Communication Schemes.” 


Cyber Forum With MTU Army ROTC

by Major Daniel F. Gwosch, Professor of Military Science

Are you interested in a DoD career in Cyber Security after Michigan Tech? Join the Arctic Warrior Cadets and learn about DoD Cyber from a panel of subject matter experts.  The presentation will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow (April 9) via Zoom.

Presenting are:

  • Colonel Silas Calhoun (US Army, Cyber)
  • 1LT Lisa Hozey (Army Reserve, Cyber)
  •  CPT Scott Ardis (Army Reserve, Cyber)
  • Capt. Chris Jamison (USAF, Cyber)

This event will be a virtual event and is intended to provide information on current Cyber activities being conducted by US Army Cyber and the Joint DoD community of experts