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Clockwise from top left: MIT NIH New Innovator Award winners Lindsay Case, Siniša Hrvatin, Caroline Uhler, and Deblina Sarkar.

Four from MIT receive NIH New Innovator Awards for 2022

October 6, 2022

Awards support high-risk, high-impact research from early-career investigators.

Learning on the edge

October 6, 2022

A new technique enables AI models to continually learn from new data on intelligent edge devices like smartphones and sensors, reducing energy costs and privacy risks.

Two rounded glass compartments, one holding a computer chip, frame a view of the Charles River.

MIT engineers build a battery-free, wireless underwater camera

September 30, 2022

The device could help scientists explore unknown regions of the ocean, track pollution, or monitor the effects of climate change.

2022-23 EECS Faculty Award Roundup

September 30, 2022

This ongoing listing of awards and recognitions won by our faculty is added to all year, beginning in September. Jelena Notaros, Assistant Professor of EE, was awarded the

Guy Bresler sits on the bottom step of a spiral staircase.

Investigating at the interface of data science and computing

September 30, 2022

Guy Bresler builds mathematical models to understand multifaceted, interdisciplinary engineering problems that have far-reaching applications.

A row of students stand in the lobby of MIT's Lincoln Laboratory.

Massachusetts Microelectronics Internship Program: a big focus on critical tiny components

September 26, 2022

EECS Alliance–backed program seeks to get more Massachusetts students into the microelectronics game

Aleksander Madry, Asu Ozdaglar, and Luis Videgaray, co-chairs of the AI Policy Forum, discuss key issues facing the AI policy landscape today.

September 23, 2022

The AI Policy Forum (AIPF) is an initiative of the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing to move the global conversation about the impact of artificial intelligence from principles to practical

A diagram of wireless signals emanating from a small device mounted on a wall. The wireless signal expands to encompass a person walking with a shuffling gait.

In-home wireless device tracks disease progression in Parkinson’s patients

September 22, 2022

By continuously monitoring a patient’s gait speed, the system can assess the condition’s severity between visits to the doctor’s office.

“Kids are people too!” Throughout his career, Professor Hal Abelson has worked to make information technology more accessible to people of all ages.

September 19, 2022

Professor Hal Abelson has dedicated his career to making information technology more accessible to all and empowering people — kids, in particular — through computer science. But his

Collaborative machine learning that preserves privacy

September 13, 2022

Researchers increase the accuracy and efficiency of a machine-learning method that safeguards user data.