Mizzou Engineers help locate remote bomas in East Africa through geospatial AI
Mizzou Engineers have helped a non-profit agency by using artificial intelligence to locate bomas, or small huts, in remote areas of Eastern Africa.
Engineering team devises new way to turn 360 image into 3D model
A Mizzou Engineering team has devised a new way to turn single panoramic images into 3D models. Researchers outlined the work in a paper that has been accepted to Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR).
Hassan one of two named Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year
The MU Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year awards annually recognize two individuals for their excellence in mentorship. This year’s winners includes Omiya Hassan, a PhD student in electrical engineering and computer science.
Engineering team proposes new mass transit model during pandemics
A Mizzou Engineering team has devised a model that could help reduce the risk of exposure to viruses such as COVID while still operating public transportation.
Mizzou Engineers take honors at MOCAP poster competition
Mizzou Engineers took top honors from a poster competition held as part of the annual summit of the Missouri Center for Advanced Power Systems (MOCAP).
Team creating system to monitor vital signs, alert patients
A Mizzou Engineering team is developing a system that will monitor vital signs and may someday be able to alert people when they need to seek medical care.
Custom finger clip offers a new way to measure blood pressure, other vitals
Researchers are customizing a commercial finger clip device to provide a rapid, noninvasive way for measuring and continually monitoring blood pressure.
Team uses machine learning to train multiple drones to collaborate within a network
The team used machine learning to train drones to work together within a network to survey an area, track objects and transmit information back to a ground station.
Breathtaking: Students describe working in zero gravity conditions
Mizzou Engineers describe zero-gravity conditions on board G-FORCE ONE.
Approximate computing remains vulnerable to attacks; Mizzou Engineers to present findings at IEEE DATE conference
Companies relying on faster, less precise computing to gain energy efficiency still need to be cautious against cyberattacks, Mizzou Engineers have found.