ICC Member Research Videos
The more than 80 member researchers in the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems' seven research centers are engaged in computing-related research of all kinds. The videos and video clips below introduce some of these research projects and the faculty and students engaged in them.
Yu Cai, Center for Cybersecurity, in engaged in computing and cybersecurity education and drone security research. Jingfeng Jiang, Center for Biocomputing and Digital Health, is using computer analytics and machine learning to predict the risk of aneurysm in vulnerable patients.
In the Center for Human Centered Computing, Kelly Steelman is designing a software interface to help beginning computer users learn the computer basics and answer questions. In addition, several researchers in her department are are looking at various aspects of driving using a driving simulator to better understand human cognition and human interaction with systems. Kevin Trewartha, researches the interrelationship between cognitive and motor function and how that changes with age. His lab is also designing interventions that can improve functional independence in later adulthood and provide diagnostic value to help identify individuals who are at higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Also in the Center for Human-Centered Computing, Elizabeth Veinott and her students are integrating art, people, design, technology, and human experiences to conduct novel experiments and research on multiple areas in human-centered computing, and Keith Vertanen, is developing an augmented reality headset that can project virtual content in front of the user and detect where ones hands are.
ICC Research in Brief
A sample of some of the research being conducted by Institute of Computing and Cybersystems members. Please visit mtu.edu/icc for additional information about the Institute and the research its members are pursuing.