Undergrads present research in the SuperUROP Research Preview.
Professors Hager and Ram would be the new co-chairs of MITEI’s Energy Education Task Pressure and also the Energy Minor Oversight Committee.
Belcher, Bhatia, Brown, and Horvitz famous for showing an abundant spirit of innovation and invention producing a tangible effect on society.
New approaches for building microelectromechanical systems show promise.
Durch scientists recommend quickly scaling up current plastic-based systems while ongoing to operate on other technologies.
Future versions of the formula in the Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence Lab may help with teaching, marketing, and memory improvement.
Robots, 3-D ink jet printers, along with a surprise guest goal to obtain students looking forward to information technology.
Google experiments claim that the D-Wave computer exploits quantum phenomena.
Character-drawing machines can fool human idol judges.
Greatest award presented by IEEE honors exceptional contributions towards the area of information communications.
Searching back around the year which was: Highlights in the Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence Lab in 2015.
After taking a web-based programming course through MITx, Canadian player Matt Reimer evolves a driverless tractor application to accelerate cropping.
Berggren, Bertschinger, Fink, and Zue are among individuals famous for efforts toward evolving science.
1 / 2 of the communication connections established through the top 500 Android applications don't have any impact on consumer experience.
D. Fox Harrell receives $1.35 million in grant funding to succeed research in the intersection of social science and technology.
Rising Stars workshop helps female domestic electricians and computer researchers develop a professional network, find jobs in academia.
Team brought by Professor Russ Tedrake of CSAIL to build up calculations for six-feet-tall “Valkyrie” robot to go to Mars and beyond.
Professor of electrical engineering and information technology continues to be hired towards the Frederick F. and Nancy P. Keithley Professorship in Electrical Engineering.