Mizzou Engineering team using explainable machine learning to combat cybersickness
Nausea, headaches, dizziness. Just as motion sickness can ruin an otherwise pleasant road trip, cybersickness can make virtual reality unbearable for some users. That’s a problem as even the federal government has prioritized spending to incorporate immersive technology in educational, medical and commercial settings. In hopes of mitigating the effects of cybersickness, a Mizzou Engineering…
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.
Cracking the code: Engineering team devises improved way to predict cracks
Cracks can cause serious problems on roads and bridges, as they compromise the strength and soundness of a structure. A Mizzou…
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…
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).
Buttlar gives keynote at International Data Science for Pavements Symposium
A civil engineering professor gave the keynote address around using big data to inform transportation decisions.
Mizzou Engineering hosts 14th CANSec Workshop
Cybersecurity experts from across the region convened at the 14th Central Area Networking and Security Workshop (CANSec) hosted by Mizzou Engineering.
Mizzou Engineering hosts 50th AIPR Workshop
Mizzou Engineering hosted the 50th Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition (AIPR) Workshop.
Student Devises Way for Robots to Anticipate Human Behavior
A Mizzou Engineering graduate student has been invited to share his work at a prestigious conference after devising a way for robots to learn human intention and anticipate their behaviors.
Water work: Duo presents at Emerging Researchers National Conference
The Emerging Researchers National Conference (ERN) in STEM selects top student researchers to present groundbreaking projects, with the goal of advancing their abilities to effectively communicate in the science community and ultimately their future careers. Two Mizzou Engineers were among the high-caliber students selected.