Mizzou Engineering faculty will help create a computational hub to both store and process large sets of data for both NextGen and additional collaborative research projects across the UM System.
The Grace Hopper Celebration bills itself as “the world’s largest gathering of women technologists,” and consists of keynote speakers, a multitude of career development workshops, a career fair and more.
Yasmin Kassim’s love of computer science has taken her to the brink of her Ph.D., led to multiple publications and awards and saw her selected to participate in the prestigious Computing Research Association Grad Cohort for Women recently.
Rumana Aktar wanted to work with a faculty researcher who was doing cutting-edge work in the area of computer vision, and she found what she was looking for in MU Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Interim Chair Kannappan Palaniappan. Her master’s thesis and current work as a doctoral student has garnered attention, and Aktar recently was selected as the first-ever recipient of the Executive Women’s Forum (EWF) Fellowship.
Luke Manier, a 2001 graduate from the MU Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, facilitated the donation of equipment for 15 modern industrial automation workstations including components to aid in the construction of two advanced motion control systems from his company, Rockwell Automation.
Doctoral candidate Dmitrii Chemodanov and Prasad Calyam, an assistant professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, recently earned first place in the GENI Experimenter Contest.
Assistant Professor Prasad Calyam, Associate Professor Kannappan Palaniappan, Associate Professor Ye Duan and their respective labs collaborated on the study, which demonstrated a novel cloud resource management architecture for processing the wealth of needed data in disaster situations.
Bioimaging informatics tracking provides meaningful insight for multicellular behavior and eerily beautiful images
Earning a publication credit in one of the Royal Society’s journals would be a mark of distinction on any researcher’s resume. And now, two members of the MU College of Engineering’s Computer Science Department can claim that honor.