Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)

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  • CSAIL researchers and members of the Clinical Decision Making Group including the group's director Peter Szolovits, professor of computer science and engineering and postdoctoral researcher Anna Rumshisky have developed a new system for disambiguating (distinguishing between several meanings) the senses of words used in doctors’ clinical notes. Read more...
  • MTL Seminar Series, Tuesday, November 13, 2012 34-101 • 4:00pm-5:00pm, Refreshments at 3:30pm in 38-166
  • The MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department held a reception, October 18, to celebrate the official launch of the new SuperUROP undergraduate research program. Members of the inaugural class of the SuperUROP program, sponsors (and donors), MIT administrators who contributed to its implementation, and EECS faculty mentors and guests, joined EECS Department Head Anantha Chandrakasan in the Stata Center R&D Dining area to celebrate. Read more and view photos of the event and the 6.UAR class held just before the reception.
  • MTL Seminar Series, Tuesday, October 23, 2012, Refreshments at 3:30pm in 38-166, Seminar at 4pm in 34-101, Dr. Michael Gschwind, IBM, Blue Gene/Q: Design for Sustained Multi-Petaflop Computing
  • Calling it a glimpse into the future, technology news website CRN has hailed MIT EECS/CSAIL faculty and the new Wireless@MIT center as the source for seven new technologies that will impact (favorably) our daily lives. Read more...
  • MTL Fall Seminar Series, Special Wednesday Seminar in 34-401A, October 31, 2013, Prof. Chad Mirkin, A Chemist’s Approach to Nanofabrication: Towards a “Desktop Fab”.
  • A new center at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) called Wireless@MIT was launched Oct. 11, 2012. The new center, involving more than 50 MIT faculty members, research staff and graduate students and co-directed by Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department faculty members Dina Katabi and Hari Balakrishnan, will work toward addressing three critical areas of need facing the exploding use wireless communication -- the spectrum crisis, power supply issues, and creating new application solutions for smoother and consistent service. Read more...
  • Cited for his work developing the RSA algorithm, a method for public-key cryptography, Ronald Rivest is named to the National Cyber Security Hall of Fame, Oct. 17, 2012.

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