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For senior Civil and Environmental Engineering student Cailyn McCarthy, spending her final semester studying at the University of Tübingen will be more than a trip abroad. It will be a trip down memory lane.
Now, thanks to a new grant from the National Institutes of Health, members of the Center for Eldercare and Rehabilitation Technology will investigate tailoring the system to alert the patients themselves or family members, providing actionable data that’s easy for non-health professionals to use.
The list of fellows of the American Physical Society reads like a who’s who of the physics world from the 20th Century to the present day. Mark Prelas, professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was elected in the most recent group of fellows of the APS.
Using a combination of optimization models and data analytics techniques, the researchers identified the relationship between production planning decisions and food waste and unsatisfied customer demands.
Matt Maschmann, assistant professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at MU, recently was tabbed as one of the top reviewers of the journal Nanotechnology.