3D printing lab to provide new opportunities for students, faculty
Mizzou Engineering is ramping up efforts to train students to use 3D printing and encourage faculty to find new ways to apply the technology.
Missouri teachers to learn cyber skills at GenCyber camp
Elementary, middle and high school teachers from across the state will spend next week learning new ways to incorporate cybersecurity lessons into their coursework. It’s part of the GenCyber Camp offered by Dan Lin, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Mizzou Engineering.
Army Ants robotics team wins top design in global competition
The Army Ants, Columbia’s FIRST® Robotics Competition team, took home the 2021 Global Innovation Design Award in the FIRST Robotics Competition.
Mizzou Engineer Offers Tips on Preventing Ransomware Attacks
By Eric Stann, MU News Bureau The recent ransomware attack on a major oil refinery in the United States, followed weeks later by another hack that affected a large meat supplier, have again brought the issue of cyberattacks to the forefront of people’s minds, followed closely by a…
PayneCrest Electric CEO Reflects on Experiences at Mizzou Engineering
“The biggest thing Mizzou did for me was it taught me how to figure out things for myself."
Engineering Professor’s Company One of Three Startups Recognized at Mizzou Event
Mizzou Engineering faculty were recognized last month for taking their research ideas to market. Professor Yi Shang’s company, TigerAware, was among just three from across campus recognized for becoming startups and making first sales of products using MU technologies. The Office of Research and Economic Development hosted “Taking Your ideas to Market” on April 29. The celebration…
Army Ants Robotics Team Secures Spot in International Finals
Columbia’s FIRST® Robotics Competition team is one of just 20 teams worldwide, and the only team in the entire Midwest, to be selected as a finalist for the FIRST Global Innovation Awards.
Mizzou Engineer Shares Machine Learning Expertise at IEEE Workshop
Mizzou Engineer Grant Scott shared his expertise in machine learning and data analytics with business professionals last week, encouraging them to begin to think about ways in which computing systems could help them better process big data.
Gubera to Screen Joplin Documentary on 10th Anniversary of Tornado
A Mizzou Engineering faculty member will screen his documentary, “Joplin, Missouri: A Tornado Story” this weekend on the 10th anniversary of the storm.
NSF CAREER grant to help bridge technology and transportation
Yaw Adu-Gyamfi, assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering (CEE), recently received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant. This award is to further his current work with his DASH platform plus additional proposals with deep learning and adaptive computing to design management solutions for transportation systems.