• EECS faculty member, Robert Berwick, principal investigator in the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) has teamed with MIT Linguistics and Philosophy professor Shigeru Miyagawa to reinforce the thesis that human language development is based on bird song and other primates communication. Read more.
  • Creating personal climates around individuals in a larger office or building is the concept around "Local Warming" that is being introduced at a biannual architectural festival that opened on June 7, 2014, the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale. EECS/CSAIL faculty member Dina Katabi and members of her team in the MIT Center for Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing have designed a new WiFi-based location tracking technology to aid in this new energy saving design. Read more.
  • View the photos taken of each doctoral graduate as they lined up at the Hooding on June 5, 2014, and following the ceremony at the MIT EECS Hooding reception held in the Stata Center.
  • MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) held a two day conference celebrating 50 years of computer science looking forward to the future with solutions for today's obstacles and tomorrow's solutions. Read more.
  • Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) research scientist Andrea Censi has paired a neuromorphic sensor with lightening speed camera data intake with a new algorithm to give robots a new enhanced sensory system. Read more.
  • Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (CSAIL) Lab director Daniela Rus and members of her research group the Distributed Robotics Lab have collaborated with CSAIL professor Erik Demaine and outside researchers to create foldable/printable robots that assemble when heated. Read more.
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department Head Anantha Chandrakasan announced today the appointment of Professor Munther A. Dahleh to the William A. Coolidge Professorship at MIT. Read more.
  • What do you do when you’ve just completed your first deep dive into advanced electrical engineering and computer science research at MIT—head confidently to graduate school? Get recruited by a prominent tech company? Launch a startup? Yes, yes, and yes. First, though, you celebrate. Read more.
  • MIT researchers — including EECS graduate student YiChang Shih and his joint thesis advisors EECS professors Frédo Durand and Bill Freeman — all members of the MIT CSAIL Computer Graphics Group, and their colleagues at Adobe Systems and the University of Virginia, have developed an algorithm that could allow you to transfer the distinctive styles of famous portrait photographers to your own cellphone photos. Read more.
  • Unlike addressing the problem of object detection, a major area of research in computer vision, Prof. Bill Freeman, principal investigator in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) and associate department head in MIT's Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department, has worked with EECS graduate student Andrew Owens and colleagues from the University of Virginia, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and Flyby Media to .... Read more.