Congratulations, Graduates! Have a great summer, everyone!
The Weekly Download will be back next August.
STUDENT EVENTS AND FACULTY LECTURES
Dean Livesay's Open Office Hours: Dr. Livesay's drop-in office hours are discontinued until next August. In the meantime,
please email the dean if you'd like to talk with him. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graduation Celebration: Fri. Apr. 30
Faculty Lectures (Open to all)
Lecture: Tara Salman, Washington University in St. Louis, Tues., Apr. 27, 3 pm\
Lecture: Dr. Xinyu Lei, Michigan State Univ., Thur., Apr. 29, 3 pm
1010 with Dr. Brian Yuan, Thur., Apr. 29, 4:30 pm
Lecture: Dr. Dukka KC, Wichita State Univ., Weds., May 5, 3 pm
Lecture: Dr. Ali Yekkehkhany, UC Berkeley, Thur. May 6, 3 pm
Lecture: Jingjing Yao, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Tues., May 11, 3 pm
MTU TEAM PLACES IN PREMIER PROGRAMMING CONTEST
A team of Michigan Tech students competed last week in the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) North America Division Championships, placing 28th out of 42 teams in the Central Division. The International Collegiate Programming Contest is the premier world-wide, algorithmic programming contest for college students.
Students interested in the programming competitions are encouraged to contact Dr. Laura Brown, Computer Science. Additional programming contests and events take place throughout the year.
TV6 AIRS STORY ABOUT EET SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT
The Senior Design project completed this semester by four senior-level Electrical
Engineering Technology (EET) is the topic of a news story that was aired on WLUC-TV6
(Marquette) on Friday, April 23, 2021. The project was to design and produce a motorized
swing set that will help a disabled child enjoy herself and sleep comfortably.
View the TV6 news story here.
Read an article about the EET students' project here.
NEW FALL '21 COURSE
APPLIED MACHINE LEARNING, EET 4996 - NEW FALL '21 COURSE
Course Number: 84859, EET 4996-01
Class Times: T/R, 9:30-10:45 am
Location: EERC 0723
Instructor: Dr. Sidike Paheding
Course Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: Python programming and basic knowledge of statistics.
COMPUTING LEARNING CENTER
"Stuck on syntax or unsure about algorithms? The team of CCLC coaches is here to help!
All of us enjoy sharing our knowledge, and we hope you’ll become as excited about
programming and computing as we are. From CS 1121 to AI, we have coaches here to answer
your questions. So, please stop by and ask!"
-- Sarah Larkin, Computer Science
- Link to CCLC webpage
- Open for online appointments Mon. to Fri., 2-5 pm, schedule here
- Walk-in hours, 7 days, 7-10 pm, via Zoom
- Upper-level CS courses help: grad student
James Michniewicz is available Sun., Tues., and Thurs. 7-9 pm
- Get to know the CCLC coaches
- Discord server
- Canvas page: self-registration
- Canvas page link
- Fri., Apr. 23: Last Day of Regular Classes
- Mon., Apr 26: Final Exam Period
- Fri., Apr. 30: Spring Commencement
- Monday, Ma 10, 2021: Session A Begins
- Monday, May 10, 2021: Full Session Begins
- Monday, May 31, 2021: Memorial Day Recess
- Tuesday, Jun 1, 2021: Classes Resume
- Thursday, Jun 24, 2021: Session A Ends
- Friday, Jun 25, 2021: Session A Exams
- Monday, Jun 28, 2021 Session B Begins
- Monday, Jul 5, 2021: Independence Day Recess
- Tuesday, Jul 6: Classes Resume
- Thursday, Aug 12: Session B Ends
- Thursday, Aug 12: Full Session Ends
- Friday, Aug 13: Final Exam Period