- Wed, 08/03/2022 - 16:42
Research Interests: Network modeling, high-dimensional statistics, spatio-temporal models, unsupervised learning (change point detection, clustering), random forest.
- August 3, 2022
George Mason University's College of Engineering and Computing partnered with the College of Science to provide weekends filled with fun activities for students – rooted in STEM learning.
- July 28, 2022
College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) Professor Janis Terpenny has joined the National Science Foundation Division of Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI) where she will serve in the expert role and lead in the creation of CMMI’s Manufacturing System Integration program.
- Gurdip Singh named Divisional Dean for the College of Engineering and Computing’s School of ComputingJuly 27, 2022
Gurdip Singh has been named as the new divisional dean for the School of Computing and professor in the College of Engineering and Computing.
- Dean of George Mason University’s College of Engineering and Computing assumes leadership of national engineering dean organizationJuly 25, 2022
Ken Ball, the Dean of the College of Engineering and Computing at Mason, became the new Chair of the Engineering Deans Council earlier this summer.
- Mon, 07/18/2022 - 14:56
Research Interests: Functional data analysis, computational statistics, Gaussian process modeling, models for compositional data analysis.
- Mon, 07/18/2022 - 13:25
Research Interests: Orthogonal arrays, crossover designs, optimal design of experiments, and subdata selection methods.
- June 24, 2022
Kathryn Laskey, professor of Systems Engineering and Operations Research, retires after 32 years at Mason. She reflects on her time at Mason, from when it was a little known school to the thriving, globally credited research university it is is today.
- June 13, 2022
Last spring the college offered an interactive, discussion-based course that investigated the history of contributions by engineers marginalized by race or gender and studied cases where a lack of diversity contributed to adverse engineering consequences.
- June 1, 2022
In April, Mason professor Mohamed Gebril took a team of students to Commonwealth Cyber Initiative's BattleDrones Competition.