Missouri teachers to learn cyber skills at GenCyber camp

Missouri teachers to learn cyber skills at GenCyber camp

Elementary, middle and high school teachers from across the state will spend next week learning new ways to incorporate cybersecurity lessons into their coursework. It’s part of the GenCyber Camp offered by Dan Lin, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Mizzou Engineering. “The goal is to reach out to as many [...]
Meet Noah Manring

Meet Noah Manring

Noah Manring What does it take to be an effective leader? Management skills? Of course. The ability to solve problems? Absolutely. A Mizzou Engineering education? Turns out, that’s proven to be key for hundreds of CEOs and managers. Meet Dean Noah Manring, who’s on a mission to ensure the College continues that long-standing tradition of [...]
Mizzou Engineers Take Transfer Learning Step Further in New Paper

Mizzou Engineers Take Transfer Learning Step Further in New Paper

Imagine having a self-driving car that is already trained to recognize road markings, street signs and other vehicles. Could you take what that car knows and tweak it so the vehicle could navigate the ocean, too? The idea is known as transfer learning, and a Mizzou Engineering team has taken it a step further by [...]
Meet Hongbin ‘Bill’ Ma

Meet Hongbin ‘Bill’ Ma

Imagine having a two-sided lunchbox that could keep your soda cool all day while also heating a can of soup at lunch. Or a temperature-controlled swimming pool that allowed you to swim in November. What about a high-tech beach umbrella that could keep you 15 degrees cooler than the air around it? Sound like a [...]
Mizzou Engineer Shares Machine Learning Expertise at IEEE Workshop

Mizzou Engineer Shares Machine Learning Expertise at IEEE Workshop

A Mizzou Engineer shared his expertise in machine learning and data analytics with business professionals last week, encouraging them to begin to think about ways in which computing systems could help them better process big data. Grant Scott is an assistant professor in the Electrical Engineer and Computer Science Department and Center for Geospatial Intelligence. [...]
Gubera to Screen Joplin Documentary on 10th Anniversary of Tornado

Gubera to Screen Joplin Documentary on 10th Anniversary of Tornado

A Mizzou Engineering faculty member will screen his documentary, “Joplin, Missouri: A Tornado Story” this weekend on the 10th anniversary of the storm. Chip Gubera will introduce  the film and answer questions at two showings on Sunday at Bookhouse Cinema in Joplin. Gubera is an assistant professor of professional practice in the Information Technology Program [...]
Meet Ronald McGarvey

Meet Ronald McGarvey

Engineers develop tools to solve big problems such as food production, pollution and pandemics. But it also takes engineering expertise to best use these tools to accomplish goals efficiently. Meet Ron McGarvey, an operations research expert with a mathematical mind and a head for public policy. McGarvey is an associate professor in Industrial and Manufacturing [...]
Meet Jianlin “Jack” Cheng

Meet Jianlin “Jack” Cheng

How do you solve big problems such as fighting disease or decreasing pollution? One protein at a time. Meet Jianlin “Jack” Cheng, a pioneer when it comes to understanding the basic building blocks of life. Cheng is the Thompson Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He’s spent nearly 20 years solving [...]
Meet Dong Xu

Meet Dong Xu

Computational capabilities, medical breakthroughs and biological advancements are accelerating at lightning speeds. A Mizzou Engineering researcher is keeping up. Meet Dong Xu, a bioinformatics expert whose fingerprints can be seen across Mizzou Engineering and the MU campus. Xu is Shumaker Endowed Professor in Bioinformatics in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. He’s also an [...]
Meet Kate Trauth

Meet Kate Trauth

Dedicated professor. Water researcher. Problem solver. Meet Kate Trauth, associate professor and Inclusivity, Diversity and Equity (IDE) faculty fellow at Mizzou Engineering. Trauth has taught at Mizzou for 21 years and is currently in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Her research focuses on stormwater, understanding how to manage it better using geographic information [...]

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