Hassan prepares for career in academia at Rising Stars in EECS workshop
PhD student Omiya Hassan had the opportunity to practice interviewing for jobs in academia during the Rising Stars in EECS career workshop held at the University of Texas at Austin last week.
First-generation student overcomes fears to help lead largest hackathon on campus
Johnson Luu, a first-generation college student, helped lead TigerHacks this past weekend. What a difference three years make.
Underwater robotics team helps students succeed
At Mizzou Engineering, robots are programmed to navigate spaces, complete missions and even dance at halftime. Now, they can swim, too. Meet Jelly, the underwater submarine built by members of the Mizzou Underwater Robotics Foundation, or Mizzou SURF.
Researchers using machine learning to transcript centuries-old scripts
A University of Missouri research team has proved that a machine can be trained to decipher centuries-old script. Now, they want to see if that model is smart enough to read other handwritten documents from the era without as much human assistance.
Hassan selected to participate in Rising Stars in EECS workshop
Omiya Hassan, a PhD student in electrical engineering, was selected to attend Rising Stars in EECS, a prestigious academic career workshop being held at the University of Texas at Austin next week.
Calyam receives NSF grant to explore future of cloud/edge computing
Prasad Calyam is exploring how cloud and edge systems can work together, ensuring that information can be intelligently and securely transferred from one trustworthy platform to another
Wan receives $5 million grant to study animal-human transmission of SARS-CoV-2
Professor Henry Wan has received a $5 million USDA grant to study whether animals might send new variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus back to us.
Mizzou Engineering team develops tool to assess diabetes risk
Mizzou Engineers are bringing artificial intelligence services to the end user through edge intelligence, developing a smartphone app that lets you determine your risk for diabetes. Unlike other tools available, the system would allow you to enter personal health data securely and ensure it remains private.
Robotic dogs, battle bots, AI: MU Robotics Club offers something for everyone
Interested in learning how to operate Spot the robot or how autonomous vacuums navigate their environments? Curious about artificial intelligence? Just want to see some robots fight? No matter your major or skill level, there’s a place for you within MU Robotics.…
A Revelation in Norway: Engineering Study Abroad
By Megan Sauls Wilson | MU Undergraduate Studies Bergen Norway, woven with hiking trails overlooking Tveitevannet Lake, immediately enticed Nate Beattie, a computer science major, “I found myself falling into a routine quickly to take advantage of living in a beautiful…