This spring semester, 19 University of Missouri students are participating in a new immersive 5G course in partnership with AT&T. The course will explore the impact of wireless technology on college campuses and beyond. The course, “Connectivity and 5G” uses a multidisciplinary approach with students and instructors from a variety of fields of study including […]
MU College of Engineering Professor Dong Xu (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) and Assistant Professor Bret Ulery (Chemical Engineering) partnered with immunologist Jeffery Adamovicz with the goal of finding a more rapid, cost-effective way of creating vaccines.
CELDi faculty, student teams partner with industry for solutions to challenges in logistics, distribution
A group of University of Missouri faculty and student researchers are in the business of solving logistical problems while giving the students practical, real-world experience.
Efforts to identify greener, more cost-efficient materials to make the polyurethanes used to create foams and plastics has resulted in an expanded use of soybeans and soybean oils. The United Soybean Board (USB) has jumped on the bandwagon, funding research projects across the country that develop the industrial use of soybeans. In particular, they have […]
Within his successful National Science Foundation CAREER award proposal, Dmitry Korkin, a University of Missouri assistant professor of computer science, included his intent to apply his work in structural bioinformatics to the study of nematodes. His collaboration with molecular nematologist Melissa Mitchum, an MU associate professor of plant sciences, has been fruitful. The pair had […]
Each semester, University of Missouri electrical and computer engineering instructor Jim Fischer is responsible for both ECE 3110 and ECE 4970 courses, the department’s Projects and Senior Capstone Design classes. Both require students to utilize classroom concepts to conceptualize and build hands-on projects of their own devising — under Fischer’s watchful eye. “Basically, I serve […]
An online game that allows players to show their Tiger pride and earn a chance at a cash prize is the result of collaboration between a computer science alumnus and a Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) post-doctoral fellow. Joe Griffin designed the website for the MU Tiger Challenge, an online game where users can upload fan […]
Biomass is one obvious answer to the question of how this country will address its needs for renewable, sustainable energy resources. But logistical questions and related financial considerations surrounding the initiation and operation of biomass supply and energy output facilities — location, production, harvest, storage and transport, to name a few — are less obvious. […]