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The CIS department held a special distinguished seminar in honor of Dr. Bill Grosky for his 16 years of service as CIS chair. The seminar featured the distinguished speaker Dr. Farshad Fotouhi, dean of the College of Engineering and professor of computer science at Wayne State University.
Total enrollment is a record 9,339 students, bolstered by large freshman class, strong retention and increases in transfer and graduate enrollment.
New facility will advance engineering education
Dr. André Weimerskirch, VP Cyber Security at Lear Corporation, visited the CIS department to give a distinguished seminar on V2V security and privacy.
Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate student Muhammad Tayyab won first prize for his poster in the graduate student category.
The longtime mechanical engineering lecturer died Sept. 11.
Matt Vanitallie, the Founder and CEO of Sema - an R&D company using machine learning and other cutting-edge techniques to improve legacy software, visited the CIS department to give a talk around Automated Legacy Software Maintenance through Machine Learning.
The Student and Professional Shop in the Manufacturing Systems Engineering Lab (MSEL) high bay opened Sept. 11.
A partnership with GE and Workforce Opportunity Services offered participants academic training, work-study—and full-time job offers at GE as Java developers.
Two sessions are available for registration: Session I runs October-November 2017; Session II runs March 2018.
The university ranks sixth among public schools in the Midwest and was named a "Best Value School" in U.S. News & World Report rankings.
The RBNA Hackathon challenged employees and students to collaborate around the theme of smart technologies in everyday life.
Dr. Di Ma and Dr. Brahim Medjahed, together with their Ford research collaborator Dr. Pramita Mitra, provided a panel talk on "Navigating security and privacy in next-generation of mobility" in Automation Alley Tech Takeover program.
The event brought together over a dozen faculty members to showcase their research in the areas of autonomous/connected vehicles, vehicle electronics, and cybersecurity.
Dr. Qiang Zhu has been named chair of the Department of Computer and Information Science.
Dr. Di Ma and Dr. Jinhua Guo, together with Dr. Yujian Fu from Alabama A&M University, organized the 3rd online Faculty Workshop on Pervasive and Mobile Computing Security.
The 30-credit-hour Master of Science in Data Science degree will teach students how to effectively process, analyze, and use massive data collection.
The Ford Innovation Alliance’s Ford Faculty Internship is a new initiative to foster future research collaboration.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) has named two faculty members as collegiate professors in recognition of their teaching, research, and service.
ECE faculty and staff relocate to accommodate ELB construction.
Students examined digital security of autonomous vehicles and earned top marks in vehicle safety competition. The team earned a regional win at the 25th Enhanced Safety of Vehicles competition, qualifying to represent North America at the international competition.
CIS faculty members are the first recipients of the CECS Excellence Awards
Professor Margaret Burnett gave a seminar sponsored by the ACM Distinguished Speakers Program about "Womenomics and Gender-Inclusive Software: What the Software Industry Needs to Know".
Senior Design Day, which took place last month in the CECS Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems facility, had nearly 50 student projects showcasing the education the students had gained during their time on campus through poster presentations.
Professor Tao Xie gave a seminar sponsored by the ACM Distinguished Speakers Program about "Software Analytics: Data Analytics for Software Engineering".