Team uses machine learning to train multiple drones to collaborate within a network
The team used machine learning to train drones to work together within a network to survey an area, track objects and transmit information back to a ground station.
Breathtaking: Students describe working in zero gravity conditions
Mizzou Engineers describe zero-gravity conditions on board G-FORCE ONE.
Approximate computing remains vulnerable to attacks; Mizzou Engineers to present findings at IEEE DATE conference
Companies relying on faster, less precise computing to gain energy efficiency still need to be cautious against cyberattacks, Mizzou Engineers have found.
Team designs model to automatically detect shadows in aerial images
A Mizzou Engineering team has designed a physics-based model to automatically detect shadows in large-scale aerial images.
Team develops method to automatically detect, identify trees
Mizzou Engineering students are developing innovative methods and software to automatically detect and identify tree species
Team develops new method to detect cardiovascular dysfunctions
A Mizzou research team has developed a way to better identify cardiovascular dysfunctions through non-invasive sensors that translate signals from the body into information physicians can use to inform treatment decisions.
Mizzou Engineer studies trail bridges as part of E4C Fellowship
Abdul Rashid Mussah investigated the effectiveness of trail bridges as part of a fellowship with Engineering 4 Change.
Mizzou Engineers to present at IEEE Blockchain Conference
A Mizzou Engineering team has developed a secure Blockchain platform that insurance companies could use to streamline claims processing.
Mizzou Engineering graduate research on display at open house
Graduate students at Mizzou Engineering conduct their own research, collaborate with peers across campus and develop skills for high-level jobs. Even better? The College helps cover the cost. Those were some of the take-aways from a Graduate Research Open House held Tuesday, Oct. 26.
Researchers use simulated environments to train AI
A Mizzou Engineering team is hoping to lead artificial intelligence (AI) into a new era by foregoing real-world data in favor of simulated environments.