What if smartphones could tell your department of transportation the quality of the roads you drive on? Two Mizzou Engineers are working to answer that question.
Damon Hall’s research is attempting to discover how to shift attitudes toward the technology and policy that could help improve sustainability.
Instead of simply reacting to cyberattacks after they happen, Mizzou Engineering researchers developed a new approach — cyber “defense using pretense.”
Assistant Dean Tojan Rahhal, Terrell Morton of Education and Johannes Schul of Biology received an Inclusion, Diversity & Equity (IDE) Excellence Grant.
Jianlin Cheng’s MULTICOM team finished third overall and first in predicting accuracy of protein structural models at the CASP13 competition in December.
Mizzou Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Glenn Washer has long been a proponent of common-sense, risk-based federal bridge inspection standards.
Amir Alavi was named to the 2018 list of “The World’s 1% Most Influential Scientific Minds” by Thomson Reuters recently and published a book with colleague Bill Buttlar.