Research at Mizzou could help reduce cost to build particle accelerators
If Mizzou Engineers are successful, that price tag of particle accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider could drop drastically.
REU program gives undergraduates a taste of research, graduate school
Ten students spent the summer working with technologies through a REU program that now has many of them thinking about graduate school.
EECS Spring 2022 Capstone Projects
A semester-long capstone project concludes coursework for seniors in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Mizzou Engineering researcher awarded patent for association software system
Professor Chi-Ren Shyu has developed a new software structure that allows users to more efficiently mine big data.
Team receives patent for software to monitor speech, swallowing issues
Researchers at Mizzou have devised a set of software that clinicians can use to more precisely measure the level of speech dysfunction.
Skubic and team awarded patent for hydraulic bed sensors
Skubic’s now-patented bed sensors are made with a flexible tube of water that measures blood flow to capture heart and respiratory rate.
Almasri awarded patents for harvesting energy; improving imaging; producing sensors
Mizzou Engineering’s Mahmoud Almasri was recently awarded patents for harvesting energy, improving camera imaging and producing sensors.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Chair to give plenary talk
The chair of electrical engineering and computer science at Mizzou Engineering is scheduled to give a plenary talk during a workshop in Lugano, Switzerland, next week. Syed “Kamrul” Islam will present work…
Researcher continues work to decode genome sequences
In the future, hospitals and clinics may be able to better manage diseases by pinpointing exactly how an individual’s body will respond to treatment. But first, they need a fast, efficient and secure way to analyze DNA, or human genome sequences. Enter Praveen Rao, an associate professor with joint appointments in Health Management & Informatics…
Mizzou Engineering team devises novel way to non-invasively monitor heart problems
In the future, people with heart problems may be able to monitor their condition from home, ensuring they are taking the appropriate type and amount of medicine. That’s because a Mizzou Engineering research team has devised a way to non-invasively assess whether a person’s heart is in balance with the circulatory system. The work earned…