MU Engineering, Honeywell team up on national security, experiential learning

On June 6, representatives from the University of Missouri and Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies signed an industry agreement that will utilize the strengths of both entities for their mutual benefit, an agreement which will also serve to greatly benefit the College of Engineering. This master collaboration agreement will provide College of Engineering students with … Continued

Mac Lab drawing rave reviews

Walk down the main hallway in the center of Lafferre Hall, and the sheer newness of the recently renovated area stands out. Modern equipment, big display screens, large and inviting windows and more contribute to that sleek look. One of the key improvements in the main MU College of Engineering building is a brand new, … Continued

Computational neuroscience program takes Gahl back to City of Bridges

Martha Gahl hasn’t been to Pittsburgh since visiting family as a child. Her love of neuroscience will take her back to the City of Bridges this summer. Gahl, an electrical engineering major, recently was accepted to participate in a summer program with the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, a joint institute operated by … Continued

Path of fellowships leads recent alum to Germany

Bioengineering alumna Carly Garrow will be working in the lab of Felix Nickel of Universität Heidelberg, whose research specializes in laparoscopic surgery, a type of surgery that uses fiberoptic instruments to examine organs and other internal parts of a patient. She previously worked in Nickel’s lab during a study abroad trip before her junior year as … Continued

Variable speed limits can limit work zone congestion

Associate Professor Praveen Edara was the lead author on a paper titled “Evaluation of variable advisory speed limits in congested work zones” recently published in the Journal of Transportation Safety and Security. With assistance from Professor Carlos Sun, former doctoral student Yi Hou and equipment from the Missouri Department of Transportation, Edara tested the impact … Continued

Team MindFlow claims RJI Student Competition crown

Chris Mitchell and Evan Teters partnered with journalism major Humera Lodhi to form Team MindFlow, and their app, Informator, beat out three other finalists in the 10th annual RJI Student Competition in late April. As victors, Team MindFlow will get the opportunity to share their work and tour various technology and media companies in San … Continued

Undergraduate research leads bioengineer to prestigious summer program

Sophomore bioengineering major Sarah Gebken recently was accepted to a 10-week Research Experience for Undergraduates program at prestigious Johns Hopkins University, and she’ll be spending her summer in Baltimore working in the classroom and the lab on a cutting-edge bioengineering project. “I’m hoping to do something with possibly gene therapy or maybe biomaterials,” Gebken said when … Continued

Winning application announced in 2017 RJI Student Competition

Computer science majors Chris Mitchell and Evan Teters teamed up with journalism student Humera Lodhi to form Team MindFlow, and their mobile search tool, Informator, took top honors at the 10th annual Reynolds Journalism Institute Student Competition on Tuesday. The 2017 edition of the contest required student participants to create mobile applications that utilize artificial … Continued

Bioengineering, Medicine team up on laser dermatology breakthrough

Have a particularly problematic tattoo you want to get rid of? Looking to get rid of troublesome body hair? Removing both requires getting laser light deep into the skin, past the protective layer of melanin. Currently, the process requires high powered lasers to get through the top, protective layer of skin deeper into the tissue, … Continued

GENI grants EECS research duo a first-place wish

Prasad Calyam’s work on using cloud computing resources to aid first responders has been well-recognized, and he and doctoral student Dmitrii Chemodanov recently earned another accolade for their work. Chemodanov and Calyam, an assistant professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, recently earned first place in the GENI Experimenter Contest, which earned them … Continued