Mizzou Engineering teams up with CAFNR to secure state’s first autonomous tractor
After more than a year of waiting, researchers at the University of Missouri welcome the arrival of one of the nation’s first-of-its-kind electric, autonomous tractors.
Mizzou Engineering camps allow students to explore STEM opportunities
Mizzou Engineering hosted six summer camps designed to showcase opportunities in STEM.
REU: Students explore consumer networking technologies
Undergraduate students from across the country spent 10 weeks at Mizzou Engineering this summer conducting research around technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision, cybersecurity and large language models like ChatGPT.
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 secures NSF grant to increase computational storage at MU
A Mizzou Engineer is leading an interdisciplinary project that will provide a large-scale storage solution for the thousands of images being generated daily and will leverage artificial intelligence to help researchers analyze the data they collect.
EECS department recognizes outstanding faculty, students
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) recognized outstanding faculty and students at a first-of-its kind awards ceremony earlier this month.
Mizzou Engineering students take honors at Show Me Research Week
Six engineering students took honors at Show Me Research Week on campus last week. Show Me Research Week, a collaboration between the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Bond Life Sciences Center, included poster presentations, guest lectures and special activities. More than 55 engineering students presented.
Team develops technique to segment carbon nanotube forests in images
Mizzou Engineering researchers are another step closer to controlling the properties of carbon nanotubes growing in mass quantities.
Calyam, collaborators using AI to assist local news organizations
Each day, local newsrooms across the United States are inundated with a myriad of press releases and story pitches competing for attention from a staff already strapped for time. Prasad Calyam, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science, and his team are among an elite group of researchers working to integrate automation and artificial intelligence to help local news organizations solve this challenge and others.
Ma honored with Progress in Entrepreneurship Award; Calyam nominated in education category
Curators Professor Hongbin “Bill” Ma, chair of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was honored with the 2022 Progress in Entrepreneurship Award from the Columbia Missourian this week.