The Fall 2018 session will run Tuesday's and Thursday's from October 2nd through October 18th.
Dr. Marouane Kessentini, Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science, received the very prestigious Tunisia's Distinguished Research Award from the President of the country (Tunisia), Beji Caid Essebsi, at the Presidential palace as the best Tunisian Researcher/Faculty in 2018.
A pilot program is hoping to elevate the profile of undergraduate research at UM-Dearborn.
The college is welcoming inaugural classes of students in robotics engineering and human-centered design and engineering.
Lear Corp. awarded five summer positions for students to bring their idea to life. Halfway through the internship, Jenelle Newman said it’s unlike any opportunity she’s ever had.
Can young people’s dreams of higher education be ignited through near peer mentoring?
UM-Dearborn undergrads and a UM-Ann Arbor librarian teamed up for a project to help young people with autism stay safe online.
There’s a six-passenger vehicle in the Institute of Advanced Vehicle Systems’ hi-bay area to which students are applying systems —like optical cameras, perception systems and a super computer “brain”—to give it an autonomous makeover.
Dr. Joe Tekli, Assistant Professor in Computer Engineering at Lebanese American University and Visiting Fulbright Scholar in the CIS Department gave a research seminar on Similarity-based Semi-structured and Semantic Data Processing and Applications.
Her educational journey is proof that you don’t have to have it all planned out ahead of time.
Stephen Mara received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in electrical engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in computer engineering.
UM-Dearborn announces $1M+ gift from Omron Foundation in support of new $90M Engineering Lab Building and engineering students
The gift, which was announced at the Engineering Lab Building groundbreaking, will establish the Omron Robotics and Human Factors Lab and the Omron Endowed Scholarship in Electrical Engineering.
Four faculty members were honored for the second year of the awards.
Dr. Yuanfang Cai, Associate Professor in Computer Science at Drexel University, visited CIS to discuss research with faculty and students in the SBSE Research Lab and gave a CIS distinguished seminar on "Software Architecture Analysis: Theory and Practice"
For 20 years, van Nieuwstadt has blended work and family, and life in and outside the university. She’s now teaching her students how to do the same.
Dr. Lan Wang, Professor and Chair of Department of Computer Science at The University of Memphis, visited CIS to discuss potential research collaboration and gave a research seminar on "IoT and Edge Computing in Named Data Network" in the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS).
Brandi Wingate first discovered the field of engineering through DAPCEP in high school. UM-Dearborn’s small classes and academic excellence convinced her it was the right place to pursue her dream. Receiving a Kurajian scholarship helped make it possible.
UM-Dearborn recognizes faculty and students at 36th Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony
The university honored seven faculty members and nearly 100 students during the March 27 event.
Eleven cross-campus teams competed for the opportunity to win $5,000 in prizes.
Students will put their knowledge of algorithms and linear algebra to the test as they work to make their robots complete an obstacle course.
Two faculty members and seven students in the CIS Department were recognized for their excellent achievements at the 36th University Annual Honor Scholars and Faculty Awards Ceremony on March 27, 2018.
The CECS undergraduate degree in game design ranked #45 by the Princeton Review and the undergraduate degree in software engineering ranked #20 by Best Computer Science Schools.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science recognizes graduate students who demonstrate excellence in research.
CIS faculty collaborates on a research project sponsored by National Institute of Food and Agriculture/USDA
Dr. Bruce Maxim, Professor of Computer and Information Science, in collaboration with Dr. Maria Lemos (PI) and seven other participating investigators at UM-Arbor, received a research grant from National Institute of Food and Agriculture/USDA.
The award is established through NSF's "CAREER: Probing Mechanisms of Beta Cell Dysfunction via Quantitative Droplet Molecular Transport".