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Zhaozheng Yin receives NSF CAREER Award for “CAREER: Microscopy Image Analysis to Aid Biological Discovery: Optics, Algorithms and Community”

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Dr. Zhaozheng Yin, an assistant professor of computer science at Missouri University of Science and Technology, recently received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for young faculty members for his research into developing algorithms and systems for processing microscopy images of biological specimens. [read more]


Sriram Chellappan receives NSF CAREER Award for Internet research

S. Chellappan sm   Dr. Sriram Chellappan, an assistant professor of computer science at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has been chosen to receive the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for young faculty members for his work on understanding human behavior through Internet usage patterns. [read more]


CS faculty receives $3 million from NSF to train cybersecurity experts

  Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology are working to combat threats to cybersecurity by training the next generation of experts in the field. With a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Missouri S&T’s computer science department will fund approximately 16 “Scholarship for Service” master of science and Ph.D. students, who will specialize in cybersecurity. [read more]

 

Missouri S&T Works to Increase Diversity in Computer Science

  Missouri University of Science and Technology is one of 15 schools selected by the Anita Borg Institute (ABI), a nonprofit organization focused on advancing women in computing, and Harvey Mudd College to participate in a new program designed to increase the percentage of undergraduate computer science majors who are female or students of color. [read more]

Dr. Zhaozheng Yin and other S&T faculty received NSF funding to study climate change

Z. Yin   Missouri University of Science and Technology is one of nine institutions in a research consortium that received a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant will fund a five-year multi-institutional project to study climate variability and its potential agricultural, ecological and social impacts in Missouri. [read more]

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