Global Semiconductor Alliance’s Women’s Leadership Initiative highlights career opportunities for women in hard technology.
Faculty members Angela Belcher, Pablo Jarillo-Herrero, and Ronitt Rubinfeld elected by peers for outstanding contributions to research.
Researchers develop a paper-thin loudspeaker
The flexible, thin-film device has the potential to make any surface into a low-power, high-quality audio source.
Course Six’s Secret Superheroes: EECS and the lecturer track
MIT’s Department of EECS is a crucible for technological innovation, but one of the most important aspects of the program’s leading global status has nothing to do with…
Fellowship funds graduate studies for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants.
Markus Zahn, admired teacher and mentor in electromagnetic field interactions, dies at 75.
Markus Zahn, Thomas and Gerd Perkins Professor of Electrical Engineering (Emeritus) within the Department of EECS, died on March 13th, 2022. He was 75 years old. Zahn was…
The Institute also ranks second in two subject areas.
For individuals who communicate using a single switch, a new interface learns how they make selections, and then self-adjusts accordingly.
What does it mean to be human in an age where artificial intelligence agents make decisions that shape human actions? That’s a deep question with no easy answers,…
3 Questions: How the MIT mini cheetah learns to run
CSAIL scientists came up with a learning pipeline for the four-legged robot that learns to run entirely by trial and error in simulation.