Ruonan Han named EECS Undergraduate Laboratory Officer
He succeeds Karl Berggren in the role, which involves long-term strategic planning and supervision duties for the EECS Department Teaching Laboratories (DTLs).
Thriving Stars panel: women leaders share career wisdom
This year’s panelists were: Jelena Notaros, Assistant Professor of EE in EECS at MIT; Neha Sardesai, senior application engineer of education at MathWorks; Lila Snyder, CEO of Bose Corporation; Grace Wang, litigating high tech patent attorney at Allen and Overy, LLC; and Songyee Yoon, president and chief strategy officer of video gaming giant NCSOFT.
Student-led conference charts the future of micro- and nanoscale research, reinforces scientific community
19th Microsystems Annual Research Conference reveals the next era of microsystems technologies, along with skiing and a dance party.
Palacios named Associate Director of new semiconductor research center; Jing Kong, Farnaz Niroui, Luqiao Liu, and Bilge Yildiz to act as PI’s.
The new research center will bring together researchers from nine different higher education institutions, with a focus on developing energy-efficient semiconductor materials and technologies.
Earthquake in Turkey and Syria: EECS extends a hand to help survivors
Graduate Officer Leslie Kolodziejski shares a personal reflection on her experience facilitating EECS’s drive for donations in the wake of the tragic earthquake.
Hari Balakrishnan Awarded Marconi Prize
The prize is the top honor within the field of communications technology.
Scientists boost quantum signals while reducing noise
“Squeezing” noise over a broad frequency bandwidth in a quantum system could lead to faster and more accurate quantum measurements.
Efficient technique improves machine-learning models’ reliability
The method enables a model to determine its confidence in a prediction, while using no additional data and far fewer computing resources than other methods.
When she’s not analyzing data about her favorite biomolecule, senior Sherry Nyeo focuses on improving the undergraduate experience at MIT.
Regina Barzilay, other MIT community members elected to the National Academy of Engineering for 2023
Seven researchers, along with 14 additional MIT alumni, are honored for significant contributions to engineering research, practice, and education.