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College celebrates latest Dean’s, MEP fellowship recipients

The College of Engineering celebrated its newest recipients of the Dean’s Engineering Excellence Fellowship and the Multicultural Engineering Program Graduate Fellowship with a luncheon recently.

Janae Bradley holding the Dr. Donald M. Suggs Dissertation Support Fellowship plaque.

Mizzou Engineering’s Bradley earns esteemed graduate fellowship

Fifth-year Biomedical, Biological & Chemical Engineering doctoral candidate Janae Bradley recently earned the 2019 Dr. Donald M. Suggs Dissertation Support Fellowship.

Karl Hammond writes on a blackboard.

BBCE’s Hammond lands distinguished Department of Energy award

Only 73 scientists nationwide — 46 at universities and 27 at national laboratories — received awards in September from the Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program, which is “designed to bolster the nation’s scientific workforce by providing support to exceptional researchers during the crucial early career years, when many scientists do their most formative work.”

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MU’s Cheng named top 100 AI researcher in healthcare

There has never been a more important time to uncover new ways that artificial intelligence can improve our health, and Mizzou Engineering Professor Jianlin Cheng is one of the best in the world at using AI to improve healthcare outcomes according to Deep Knowledge Analytics (DKA).

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Mizzou research aims to improve driver alerts through science

If researchers can predict how drivers will react, they can better tailor systems either broadly or potentially to individual motorists. Mizzou Engineering Assistant Professor Jung Hyup Kim’s research opens the door to potentially creating a more interactive system.

Giovanna Guidoboni presents her new textbook in front of a blackboard covered in equations

MU’s Guidoboni pens unique, interdisciplinary textbook

What do you do when there’s no textbook that fits the exact, unique nature of your course of study and research? You write your own. And Giovanna Guidoboni, MU professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and professor of Mathematics, did just that.

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RJI announces criteria for Student Innovation Competition 2020

This year’s RJI Student Innovation Competition challenge is to create a program, tool or prototype for photo, video or audio verification.

Omiya Hassan and Samira Shamsir with their research poster. In front of them is a prototype of their smart infant monitoring system.

Award-winning Mizzou research seeks to detect apnea effects

A novel sensor prototype designed to noninvasively detect sleep apnea in infants recently earned a pair of Mizzou Electrical Engineering & Computer Science graduate students a couple of major accolades from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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MU’s Cheng utilizing deep learning expertise for key federal biofuel project

Mizzou Engineering’s Jianlin Cheng has put his world-class protein prediction skills to stellar use in the field of healthcare, and now, he’s part of a critical effort in bioenergy — one that could dramatically improve the prospects of biofuels as fossil fuel reserves dwindle.

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MU Engineering’s Lang, Wan attend key bioeconomy conference

Mizzou Engineering undergraduate Kyle Lang and faculty mentor Caixia Wan were among the 928 attendees from 34 countries and 42 states who descended on Des Moines, Iowa this summer for BIO World Congress 2019. This unique conference, focusing on the greater bioeconomy, presented the perfect venue for the first meeting of Cohort 3 of the Consortium for Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Education (CABLE).