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December 2, 2021

2021 EECS Awards

It’s nearing the end of 2021, and we want to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of our incredible EECS community by sharing some of the awards given by

LIDS & Stats Tea Talk | Zhongxia (Zee) Yan (LIDS)

Note: In accordance with MIT’s COVID policies, we are required to collect contact information from those who attend this event. If you are an MIT Covid Pass holder, please bring your

November 23, 2021

Adedolapo Adedokun named 2023 Mitchell Scholar

The MIT senior will pursue postgraduate studies in intelligent systems in Ireland.

Virtual LIDS Seminar Series – Max Welling (University of Amsterdam)

Title:Deep Learning for the Physical SciencesSpeaker:Max Welling (University of Amsterdam)Date: Monday, November 22, 2021Time: 11:00 am EDTHost: Prof. Suvrit SraZoom link:https://mit.zoom.us/j/93266970951Meeting ID: 932 6697 0951 Abstract: A number of fields, most prominently speech, vision, and

November 17, 2021

Dexterous robotic hands manipulate thousands of objects with ease

Model-free framework reorients over 2,000 diverse objects with a hand facing both upward and downward, in a step toward more human-like manipulation.

LIDS & Stats Tea Talk || George Stepaniants (Mathematics)

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Virtual LIDS Seminar Series – Nihar Shah (Carnegie Mellon)

Title:Two F-Words in Peer Review (Fraud and Feedback)Speaker:Nihar Shah (Carnegie Mellon University)Date: Monday, November 15, 2021Time: 4:00 pm EDTHost: Prof. Devavrat ShahZoom link: https://mit.zoom.us/j/93266970951Meeting ID: 932 6697 0951 Abstract: In this talk, we present

Virtual LIDS Seminar Series – Jitendra Malik (Berkeley)

Title:Learning to Walk with Rapid Motor AdaptationSpeaker:Jitendra Malik (Berkeley)Date: Monday, October 25, 2021Time: 4:00 pm EDTHost: Prof. Luca Carlone Abstract: Legged locomotion is commonly studied and programmed as a discrete set of structured gait

September 17, 2021

Making self-driving cars safer through keener robot perception

PhD student Heng Yang is developing algorithms to help driverless vehicles quickly and accurately assess their surroundings.