News and Stories from the College of Engineering and Applied Science

A self-learning algorithm may help predict how genetic disease occurs

September 3, 2021

Oluwatosin Oluwadare, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, and his research team have created an algorithm that learns and re-learns as it computationally predicts chromosome structure, resulting in ever-more refined 3D models. They hope it will lead to a better understanding of disease occurrence on a chromosome- and genome-wide scale. (More)

Student Research Showcase: Brendan Gould

August 18, 2021

Brendan Gould, a first-year computer science and mathematics major, is working to discover how to cause humans to drive more safely — mathematically. Gould answered eight questions about the research, part of his Undergraduate Research Academy project. (More)

Pursuing his life goals | Nicholas Dindyal

June 21, 2021

For Nicholas Dindyal, attending college had to feel right. He needed the drive to pursue higher education and that drive simply was not there. He made the decision to enlist in the U.S. Army and after serving eight years, decided that he wanted something more. (More)

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