The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is proud to announce multiple promotions.
Awarded $65.67 million from ARPA-H, the researchers will work to develop ingestible capsules that deliver mRNA and electric stimuli to treat metabolic disorders such as diabetes.
MIT CSAIL researchers develop advanced machine-learning models that outperform current methods in detecting pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.
Cancer nanomedicine was on display at the 2023 White House Demo Day.
Founded in 2019, The EECS Alliance program connects industry leading companies with EECS students for internships, post graduate employment, networking, and collaborations. In 2023, it has grown to include over 30 organizations that have either joined the Alliance or participate in its flagship program, 6A.
The one-step fabrication process rapidly produces miniature chemical reactors that could be used to detect diseases or analyze substances.
The graduate students will aim to commercialize innovations in AI, machine learning, and data science.
James Fujimoto, Eric Swanson, and David Huang are recognized for their technique to rapidly detect diseases of the eye; Subra Suresh is honored for his commitment to research and collaboration across borders.
Five MIT faculty, along with seven additional affiliates, are honored for outstanding contributions to medical research.
This ongoing listing of awards and recognitions won by our faculty is added to all year, beginning in September.