Tag: software

Missouri S&T software design team wins competition

Posted by on March 4, 2015

A software design team from Missouri University of Science and Technology earned first place in Schlumberger’s North American Ocean Academic Competition. The winning students earned a $15,000 prize, and their software will be made available to Schlumberger customers through the company’s website.

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Missouri S&T gets $1.9 million grant for geophysics software

Posted by on March 11, 2008

Missouri University of Science and Technology has received a $1.9 million educational grant donation from Seismic Micro-Technology (SMT) Inc. Missouri S&T will receive 16 licenses of KINGDOM software through the company’s University Gift Program.         

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Ph.D. student’s virtual bookshelf helps organize personal libraries

Posted by on January 16, 2007

Internet users wanting to keep track of their book and CD collections, create a wish list for next Christmas, or find the best deals for purchasing games, music and movies online may want to check out GuruLib.com, an online organizational tool developed by UMR Ph.D. student Rana Basheer.

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UMR MecMovies project wins prestigious MERLOT award

Posted by on May 10, 2006

MecMovies, instructional software created at the University of Missouri-Rolla to illustrate hard-to-visualize engineering concepts, has been picked to receive a 2006 MERLOT Classics Award and the Editors’ Choice Award for Exemplary Online Learning Resources.

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Virtual facilitator could help teams solve problems faster, say UMR researchers

Posted by on August 15, 2005

Inefficient, unproductive meetings — like those satirized in Scott Adams’ “Dilbert” cartoon — are the bane of the modern workplace, but two University of Missouri-Rolla professors are looking to reverse that with new software to help people share ideas and stick to an agenda.

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UMR student tests low-cost software for small-plane simulation

Posted by on June 24, 2004

University of Missouri-Rolla student Peter Cross is investigating applications of normal aircraft simulation software for use with non-commercial aircraft to see how accurately he can simulate flights on a much smaller scale than normal.

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