Marmar Moussa, Ph.D., an assistant computer science professor at the University of Oklahoma, has secured an award of nearly $1 million from the National Institutes of Health to advance her work in computational genomics.
OU Engineering has welcomed 14 new faculty members for the 2023-24 academic year. This marks a milestone in the college's growth journey, with faculty numbers increasing from just over 100 in 2017 to 175 in 2023. OU Engineering is committed to expanding its faculty ranks, aiming for over 200 faculty members by the 2025-26 academic year, says OU Engineering Dean John Klier. To achieve this goal, the college has initiated more than 20 faculty searches.
Eight students hailing from the Gallogly College of Engineering have been chosen as recipients of the summer 2023 Engineering Dissertation Award. The $5,000 award, designed to foster excellence among doctoral students, supports scholars in the final stages of their Ph.D. studies.
OU Engineering wishes well for the retiring educators, and we acknowledge their substantial impact on students and research advancements.
University of Oklahoma engineering professor David Ebert, Ph.D., has secured a grant from the Department of Defense-supported System of Systems Consortium to spearhead a project titled “Intelligent Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Industry Study.”
Ten students from the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma were selected to receive this semester’s Engineering Dissertation Award, a $5,000 award created to encourage doctoral students to graduate with excellence. The award helps scholars who are near completion of their Ph.D., says Zahed Siddique, the college’s associate dean for research who heads the committee.
The Wall Street Journal's inaugural ranking of "Best Colleges for Your Dream Career" in Engineering was released May 4. The University of Oklahoma, the only university in the state to make the Top 20 list, ranked #12 amidst a list that includes UCLA, UT Austin and Colorado School of Mines.
In 2020, University of Oklahoma engineer Amy McGovern, Ph.D., applied for a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish the AI Institute for Research on Trustworthy AI in Weather, Climate, and Coastal Oceanography. In May of that same year, she was notified that the University of Oklahoma was awarded the grant and that she would be named its director.
The Norman campus at the University of Oklahoma returned to hosting an in-person event to celebrate the recipients of university faculty awards.
There’s no doubt that artificial intelligence is embedded in our everyday lives. From smartphones to ridesharing apps to mobile check deposits, AI is so pervasive that we rarely think about how it works.
In February, “Wind Prediction under Random Data Corruption” was showcased during the Conference on Artificial Intelligence (known as AAAI-22) sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.
A prestigious list published by Elsevier, an international information and analytics company, has recognized 19 engineering faculty at the University of Oklahoma who are using their research expertise to create solutions for the world’s toughest challenges.
To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in the Sciences, the Gallogly College of Engineering is sharing 15 stories about engineering students.
The American Association of University Women awarded an international fellowship to computer science student Temitope Olorunfemi, PhD, who is pursuing her postdoctoral in natural and physical sciences at the University of Oklahoma.