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This image shows the CMOS THz-ID chip. The chip is a collaboration between Profs. Ruonan Han and Anantha P. Chandrakasan.

Reasserting U.S. leadership in microelectronics

January 19, 2022

MIT researchers lay out a strategy for how universities can help the U.S. regain its place as a semiconductor superpower.

EECS 2022 Visit Days event will be virtual (again)

January 19, 2022

After watching the news, attending the regular 8 AM MIT Covid-response Zoom meetings, viewing the ‘surge’ data on a daily basis, consulting with institute leaders and with the

When should someone trust an AI assistant’s predictions?

January 19, 2022

Researchers have created a method to help workers collaborate with artificial intelligence systems.

Physics and the machine-learning “black box”

January 12, 2022

In 2.C01, George Barbastathis demonstrates how mechanical engineers can use their knowledge of physical systems to keep algorithms in check and develop more accurate predictions.

Nonsense can make sense to machine-learning models

January 5, 2022

Deep-learning methods confidently recognize images that are nonsense, a potential problem for medical and autonomous-driving decisions.

Giving bug-like bots a boost

January 5, 2022

A new fabrication technique produces low-voltage, power-dense artificial muscles that improve the performance of flying microrobots.

Goldwasser recognized with FOCS Test of Time award

December 23, 2021

MIT EECS professor Shafi Goldwasser has been recognized with the FOCS Test of Time award for her paper “Approximating Clique is Almost NP-Complete.” The award recognizes papers from

Five in EECS Appointed to Career Development Professorships

December 20, 2021

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science has announced the appointment of five of its faculty members to Career Development Professorships, retroactively effective July 1, 2021. Those

One Step Forward: an interview with Mitchell Scholar Adedolapo Adedokun

December 17, 2021

Adedolapo Adedokun has a lot to look forward to in 2023. After completing his degree in electrical engineering and computer science next spring, he will travel to Ireland

Tiny machine learning design alleviates a bottleneck in memory usage on internet-of-things devices

December 16, 2021

New technique applied to small computer chips enables efficient vision and detection algorithms without internet connectivity.