Honored for his paper, “Improving Computerized Charting in an Intensive Care Unit,” IMSE undergraduate Benjamin Smith participated in a panel and luncheon at the Reynolds Alumni Center.
A new generation of Mizzou Made engineering leaders received their diplomas and one final send-off at the University of Missouri College of Engineering Spring 2018 Commencement Ceremony held on Friday at Mizzou Arena.
The Mizzou chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) claimed Most Outstanding Large Organization honors, and Mizzou Students’ Underwater Robotics Foundation (SURF) nabbed the title of Best New Organization at the Chancellor’s Excellence Awards in April.
For MU’s Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering students, their final two semesters on campus are largely devoted to piecing together the skills they’ve acquired throughout their college experience.
Martha Gahl will be working with Brain and Cognitive Sciences Associate Professor Josh McDermott and graduate student Andrew Francl on a project that involves building a computational model for auditory localizations — i.e., how our brain can tell where sounds are coming from.
Posters covering a wide array research topics and more filled a large room near the College’s library in the late afternoon, followed by four brief TED-style talks on subjects related to each of Mizzou Engineering’s four Pillars of Pursuit.
Engineering’s Alex Johar, Journalism’s Zechang Fu, Rachel Thomas and Meiying Wu, and TSU’s William Fries created VeriPixel, which uses blockchain technology — similar to that used by cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin — to allow news organizations and news consumers to verify the authenticity of photographs sent over open networks.
As part of Engineers Without Borders, the MU chapter traveled to Majé de Chimán, Panama, as part of their continued efforts to provide a reliable water distribution, filtration and storage system for the community there.