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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

September 17, 2021

A universal system for decoding any type of data sent across a network

New chip eliminates the need for specific decoding hardware, could boost efficiency of gaming systems, 5G networks, the internet of things, and more.

2021 Rising Stars Academic Career Workshop

Rising Stars is an intensive workshop for graduate students and postdocs with historically marginalized or underrepresented genders who are interested in pursuing academic careers in electrical engineering, computer

August 6, 2021

MIT and Ericsson enter collaboration agreements to research the next generation of mobile networks

Two research projects on the design of state-of-the-art hardware could one day power next-generation 5G and 6G mobile networks.

Erik Demaine

Professor of CS and Engineering, [CS]

edemaine@mit.edu

(617) 253-6871

Office: 32-G680

Jacob White

Cecil H. Green Professor of EE , [EE and AI+D]

white@mit.edu

(617) 253-2543

Office: 36-817

Ronald Rivest

Institute Professor, [CS]

rivest@mit.edu

(617) 253-5880

Office: 32-G692

Ronitt Rubinfeld

Edwin Sibley Webster Professor, [CS and AI+D]

ronitt@csail.mit.edu

(617) 253-0884

Office: 32-G69832-G698

Nir Shavit

Professor of EECS, [CS]

shanir@csail.mit.edu

(617) 324-8440

Office: 32-G622