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System Will Help Planners Identify, Prioritize Highway Projects
U of A researchers developed a low-cost, high-tech system to monitor tractor-trailers on state and local highways.
Visiting Lecturer Discusses Recommender Systems
James Caverlee of Texas A&M University will give a seminar on recommender systems at 12:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, in the J.B. Hunt 239.
Engineering Student Project Leads to Revamped Fayetteville Public Television Website
Garrett Graham, Ryan Hutslar, Jacob Krusz, Teja Nakka, Blake Reed and Jan Timpe developed software to help recordkeeping as part of an engineering capstone project.
Interdisciplinary Researchers, Business Leaders Exchange Ideas at ASCENT Workshop
The workshop drew representatives from leading industries in Arkansas and neighboring states, and faculty from computer science and computer engineering, industrial engineering, and food science.
Joint Engineering Team Earns Grant to Study Health Care Cybersecurity
An interdisciplinary team from the College of Engineering has earned nearly $600,000 to research ways to better protect patient data in the health care industry.
UAteach Graduates First Teacher-Candidates in Computer Science
The UAteach program at the University of Arkansas graduated its first two future computer science teachers — Chris Malone and Nate Vogel — in May.
Arkansas Researchers to Train Food Science Cybersecurity Professionals
The USDA grant establishes the Food and Cyber Education project to protect the increasingly automated U.S. food industry from cyberattacks.
First UAteach Computer Science Graduates to be Honored at Conference
Program aims to provide computer science teachers for Arkansas high schools to help support Gov. Hutchinson’s educational initiative.
With NSF Grant, Li Aims to Protect the Power Grid
Qinghua Li, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering, will develop an automated system to improve cybersecurity patching for utility companies.
International Student Trains Panamanian Teachers in Robotics Through Summer Internship
Marissa Montes returned to her native Panama to offer training that will improve the technological future of children and adolescents in Panama.