Computing, AI & Robotics


A multidisciplinary team, led by the Ben L. Fryrear Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Tzahi Cath, has received a $1 million award from the National Science Foundation to develop an
“How is it possible that my high school doesn’t have a computer science teacher?” asked James Moore, a recent graduate of Bell Middle School in Golden, Colorado. “I heard great things about the
The College of Engineering and Computational Sciences hosted their annual Senior Design Trade Fair on April 28 at Lockridge Arena. Thirty-nine interdisciplinary teams presented their year-long
Colorado School of Mines Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Associate Professor Kathryn Johnson. (Photo Credit: Deirdre Keating) Graphic of the collapsing rotors wind turbine. (Illustration
Consider the top 30 innovations in the last 30 years, and Tracy Camp will tell you that none of them would have happened without computer science. “Think of what computer science has done for our
Imagining cookie crumbs as dirt and gummy worms as organic matter, Colorado School of Mines students introduced elementary school students to the concept of oil and gas formation in one of several
Santiago Gonzalez, a graduate student in computer science, started his undergraduate degree at Mines in 2010 at the age of 12. He is currently teaching the Mines course, Operating Systems, and getting
From left, CS Professor Tracy Camp, Kyle Gillette from Lakewood High School, Chuck Powell from Green Mountain High School, and Mines Teaching Professor Cyndi Rader meet to kickoff C-START. GOLDEN,
Mounir Zok, senior sports technologist for the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), was researching how boxers moved during a match through video taken by an overhead camera suspended in a boxing
GOLDEN, Colo., May 1, 2015 – Santiago Gonzalez, a graduate student at Mines, has received a National Physical Science Consortium Graduate Fellowship from the U.S. National Security Agency. The NPSC