Mizzou Engineering welcomes new faculty
Bio-inspired materials, sustainable energy, autonomic computing and advanced manufacturing are just a few of the areas of expertise new faculty members are bringing to Mizzou Engineering.
Mizzou empowers students to succeed in the ‘fourth industrial revolution’
University of Missouri researchers Jim Noble and Yi Wang are using a one-year, $1 million grant from the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development to create hands-on learning experiences in an Industry 4.0 lab to help future engineers thrive in the latest industrial revolution’s technology-centered job market.
Internship Spotlight: Dierker completes internship at the Connor Group
This summer, Jude Dierker has conducted an internship at the Connor Group. We asked him a few questions about his experience.
REU: Students study perspective analytics for AI-enabled operations engineering
Ten students spent 10 weeks at Mizzou Engineering this summer learning about artificial intelligence (AI) models and how to best analyze large data sets.
Mizzou Engineer outlines system to customize blood supply chain solutions
Blood supply chains can be complicated. On one hand, healthcare providers must make sure they have enough to meet demands, which can be unexpected. On the other hand, roughly 20 million donated platelets are discarded each year because they expire before they’re needed.
Industrial Engineering students present at national conference
Industrial Engineering students and faculty traveled to New Orleans last month to present research projects at the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) annual conference.
Industrial engineering students optimize healthcare systems for capstone project
Industrial engineering students this past semester developed a new model to improve patient flow at MU Health Care. The project was part of a capstone class, which allows seniors to wrap up their industrial engineering degrees by solving real-world problems.
Mizzou Engineering confers more than 400 degrees at Spring Commencement
More than 400 students graduated from Mizzou Engineering this past weekend, the largest class since 2019. Roseanna N. Zia, Associate Dean of Research and Wollersheim Professor, joined UM President Mun Choi to confer degrees at the Sunday, May 14, ceremony at Mizzou Arena.
Graduates reflect on time at Mizzou and look forward to the future
Each spring, Mizzou Engineering students bury their heads in coursework, try to enjoy the gorgeous weather and think about the exciting experiences that summer brings. For graduates, that routine changes as they look to their future careers, graduate school and new adventures.
Researchers devise new technique to monitor reactor coolant pumps
Nuclear power plants that provide needed electricity rely on reactor coolant pumps for safe, continuous and reliable operations. But if the pump malfunctions, it can take plants offline, requiring costly repairs and interrupting services, or, worse, cause environmental and safety problems. Now, a Mizzou industrial and systems engineering team has devised a new technique to…