Author: TIMES

College Students vs. Mathematics: Why the Difficulties?

Anytime along a student’s travels through school, difficulties in math can arise for a variety of reasons that might include math-specific and other cognitive problems, lack of motivation, socioeconomic barriers and educational factors. Now...

Musa Ozturk, a UH graduate student, stands in front of the award-winning poster with Jianping Wu, senior principal scientist at Medtronic and co-author of the study.

UH Student’s Poster Places At Neuromodulation Symposium

Musa Ozturk, a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, presented a poster at the Neuromodulation Symposium at the University of Minnesota and won second place out of 120 presentations. The...

Computer Science Professor Makes Security Cameras Smarter

Shishir Shah, a Computer Science professor, has received a grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Public Safety Innovation Accelerator Program to research ways in which to create “smart” security systems that...

Grasping for New Technology

Tianxiao Jiang, a Ph.D. candidate studying under Dr. Nuri Ince, has decoded how the brain communicates with the hand to grasp something.  His research paper, which can be found here, was selected as a...

Dr. Johanna Bick Featured on KHOU News

  Dr. Johanna Bick was featured in the report to comment on potential setbacks that the children will face in the coming years due to their forced confinement in a home.  An Assistant Professor of...