04/18/2016
Annual CSE/ECE Alumni Spring Conference a Great Success!
CSE ECE.JPGThe Computer Science & Software Engineering (CSE) and Electrical Engineering & Computer Engineering (ECE) departments partnered for their annual spring alumni conference on Friday, April 15th.
04/06/2016
SunCorp Mentors Agile Launchpad Team
streak-for-the-gym.JPGStreak for the Gym: Agile Launchpad I team project
04/05/2016
Help Fund Critical Research on Predicting Falls
mucat-directors-about-fallsAre you concerned about your older relatives falling? Professors Amit Shukla, James Chagdes and Bo Brinkman are researching methods to predict the risk of falls in older adults using methods of deep learning and nonlinear dynamics. With your help they want to experiment with the use of apps to classify risky behavior and provide the wearer specific guidance on risk of falls.
04/05/2016
CSE/ECE Alumni Conference
cse-ece-alumni-2010.jpgJoin the CSE and ECE Departments for the Annual Alumni Conference
03/10/2016
Grant for Biohealth Research and Workforce Training
sparks-news-pic.jpgNew research on additive manufacturing (3D printing) is progressing thanks to a grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
02/02/2016
CSE Professor Tracks Zika
rao-zika-student.jpgAs the Zika virus continues to spread throughout Latin and South America, Dr. DJ Rao continues to track its movements.
11/30/2015
Coding Day at CEC
coding-dayTalawanda students were able to visit the College of Engineering and Computing last week to learn about coding in a fun, interactive environment.
11/20/2015
11th Annual Women in IT Conference
women-it-conferenceThe 11th Annual Women in Technology Conference was held last week. Representing Miami were Professor Cross and Professor Inclezan, who acted as mentors to the high school students in attendance. Students Gianna Sheffield (CSE) and Caroline Danzi (CSE) participated in a panel discussion.
11/06/2015
EaCSS Serving the Oxford Community
eacssThe Electronics and Computing Service Scholars (EaCSS) are a new group of 20 students that live in a Miami living-learning community dedicated to serving others through their knowledge of computer science and engineering.