Mihail has been selected as the first-ever Halcomb Fellow in Medicine and Engineering. He will be awarded up to $50,000 toward developing an interactive decision aid for patients with rheumatoid arthritis. View Full Article
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 10, 2011) — Wired.com recently sat down for a Q&A with Google’s top search engineers, Amit Singhal and University of Kentucky alumnus Matt Cutts, at the 2011 TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) conference. Full article
If the UK Center for Visualization and Virtual Environments’ new-fangled visual projection screen technology is the star of the show, it is one that is admirably careful not to upstage other elements of the production. http://www.kentucky.com/2011/01/29/1615815/review-uk-operas-porgy-and-bess.html#storylink=misearch
The UK CS department continued to reach out to high school students during the annual STLP State Championship Programming Contest and the Game Design Boot Camp. During the STLP contest high school and middle school students were introduced to programming basics and learned the fundamentals of game design, basic game-development techniques, and necessary programming skills […]
Five students and faculty members were honored at the College of Engineering awards banquet. From left to right: Xuwei Liang – recipient of the Curtz Award; Shi Tan-Kwan, ACM/UPE Senior of the Year; Devin Cook, ACM/UPE Outstanding Teaching Assistant; Scott A. Southerland, recipient of the Outstanding Academic Performance Award; and Dr. Ken Calvert, ACM/UPE Outstanding […]
University of Kentucky officials and supporters today celebrated the placing of the final steel I-beam in the structural skeleton of the $18.6 million Davis Marksbury Building, the latest building in UK’s…
UK’s new $18.6 million engineering research facility represents the start of a “high-tech business corridor between Lexington and the University of Kentucky,” said President Lee Todd.
University of Kentucky computer experts are entering the crucial stage of their quest to unlock the secrets of two Roman scrolls buried in a volcanic eruption almost 2,000 years ago.
The EDUCE project has wrapped up scanning and now moves into its final phase.The technical team will dig into the analysis of what has been collected. The media group will begin…
Brent Seales, the Gill professor of engineering in UK’s computer science department, will use an X-Ray CT scanning system to collect interior images of the scrolls’ rolled-up pages. Then, he and…