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Sensor and photographic images merged to offer a 3D view

For his graduate work at the State University of New York, Ye Duan explored computer vision, using a camera to record 2D images of stationary objects from different vantage points and using the digital files to construct 3D renderings. When Duan accepted his position in the MU College of Engineering, one of his electrical engineering […]

When late news is good news: Doctoral student receives late summer NSF fellowship

When writing code, Brittany Morago knows that her first results may not always be her final results. She knows one change can make all the difference in the world. Just as she was preparing for her upcoming semester in graduate school, the University of Missouri College of Engineering student got an email that proved even […]

Five MU Engineering seniors receive National Science Foundation grad school fellowships

“Shocked,” “excited” and “happy” are some of the words five University of Missouri College of Engineering seniors used to describe their reactions upon finding out they’d received fellowships from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). For the five students — three biological engineers, one computer science engineer and one electrical engineer — […]

Fostering everyday engineering education

Three Mizzou Engineering faculty members are being featured in a campuswide campaign to increase public understanding and support for science. This semester’s Saturday Morning Science (SMS) Series line-up includes Ye Duan, a computer science assistant professor; Craig Kluever, a mechanical and aerospace engineering professor; and Marjorie Skubic, an associate professor in electrical and computer engineering […]

Kevin Karsch recognized as finalist for CRA undergraduate award

University of Missouri senior Kevin Karsch is not your average college student. A dual major in computer science and math, he spends his spare time outside the classroom doing research. Karsch recently was excited to learn that he had been selected as a finalist in the Computing Research Association’s Outstanding Undergraduate Award competition for 2009. […]

3-D imaging research takes aim at autism

A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2007 confirmed what had become obvious to many health care professionals, specialists, and family support agencies: More children than ever before were being diagnosed with autism. Investigators called its prevalence an “urgent public health concern,” estimating that two to six in every 1,000 […]

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