Recent NEET graduates tackle air pollution with autonomous drones

June 25, 2021

Image: Lillie Paquette | School of Engineering Hovering one hundred meters above a densely populated urban residential area, the drone takes a quiet breath. Its goal is singular,

The future of the IoT (batteries not required)

May 25, 2021

Benton Calhoun SM ’02 PhD ’06 and David Wentzloff SM ’02 PhD ’07 are co-founders of Everactive, which uses wireless sensing to provide continuous remote monitoring for the industrial internet of things.

MIT turns “magic” material into versatile electronic devices

May 20, 2021

Work on three graphene-based devices may yield new insights into superconductivity.

Computer-aided creativity in robot design

December 11, 2020

MIT researchers have automated and optimized robot design with a system called RoboGrammar. The system creates arthropod-inspired robots for traversing a variety of terrains. Pictured are several robot


Better learning with shape-shifting objects

December 11, 2020

Led by MIT Professor Stefanie Mueller, researchers say their adaptive basketball hoop could help people who can’t afford coaches or personal trainers to learn different skills or train

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Three new career development chairs appointed within EECS

September 17, 2020

L to R: Chen, Yan, Ragan-Kelley This summer has seen three new career development chairs appointed within the EECS faculty. We congratulate Kevin Chen, Jonathan Ragan-Kelley, and Mengjia

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Asu Ozdaglar and Joel Voldman appointed to new chairs within EECS

September 16, 2020

L to R, Joel Voldman and Asu Ozdaglar July saw two new chair appointments within the department’s leadership. Please join us in congratulating Asu Ozdaglar and Joel Voldman