Department of EECS announces 2022 Promotions

February 16, 2022

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is proud to announce the following promotions: Adam Belay is being promoted to Associate Professor Without Tenure, effective July

The new wave of robotic automation

June 25, 2021

Realtime Robotics has developed a combination of proprietary software and hardware that reduces system deployment time by 70 percent or more, reduces deployment costs by 30 percent or


Q&A: Vivienne Sze on crossing the hardware-software divide for efficient artificial intelligence

April 30, 2021

Associate professor Vivienne Sze is bringing artificial intelligence applications to smartphones and tiny robots by co-designing energy-efficient hardware and software. Image: Lillie Paquette/MIT School of Engineering Not so long

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Almanakly honored with P.D. Soros Fellowship For New Americans

April 27, 2021

PhD candidate Aziza Almanakly stands in front of MIT’s Great Dome. EECS PhD candidate Aziza Almanakly recently received news of an exciting honor: together with nine other MIT


Doğan awarded Adobe Research Fellowship

April 1, 2021

Mustafa Doğa Doğan, shown here in front of MIT’s Great Dome. Photo credit: Hannah Harens. Mustafa Doğa Doğan is a 3rd year PhD student working with Prof. Stefanie


Retrofitting MIT’s deep learning “boot camp” for the virtual world

March 9, 2021

Graduate students Ava Soleimany (left) and Alexander Amini moved their popular IAP course on deep learning online this year, but still managed to work in some surprises. The

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Two EECS Professors Named Intel 2020 Outstanding Researchers

March 8, 2021

From left to right: Tomás Palacios and Jonathan Ragan-Kelley Two EECS professors have been honored with the Intel 2020 Outstanding Researcher Awards. Tomás Palacios, Director of the 6-A


A language learning system that pays attention — more efficiently than ever before

February 23, 2021

MIT researchers developed a hardware and software system that could reduce the computing power, energy, and time required for text analysis and generation. Image: Jose-Luis Olivares, MIT Human language


Researchers develop speedier network analysis for a range of computer hardware

February 23, 2021

MIT researchers developed software to more efficiently run graph applications on a range of computing hardware, including both CPUs and GPUs. Image: Istockphoto images edited by MIT News Graphs

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MIT convenes influential industry leaders in the fight against climate change

February 9, 2021

MIT today announced the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium, which convenes influential industry leaders from a broad range of industries with the aim of vastly accelerating shared solutions