School of Engineering
Professor Emeritus Justin “Jake” Kerwin, an expert in propeller design and ship hydrodynamics, dies at 90
In over four decades at MIT, Kerwin led the marine propeller research program, pioneered the use of computation in propeller design, and developed a new system for yacht racing.
Lagacé, an expert on composite materials and structures, was passionate about MIT and the Boston Red Sox.
A student-run project is collecting messages from around the world, using nanotechnology to etch them on a disk, and sending the disk to the International Space Station.
Sustainability as a business imperative in supply chain management increased despite the pandemic, says MIT-led report.
Miles Johnson ’21, a recent graduate in mathematics and EECS, employed a strong dorm network and personal interests including rock climbing and jazz to complete a rich MIT experience.
“Committee on the Environment” recognizes integration of design excellence with environmental performance.
Dina Katabi and Aleksander Madry receive additional support to pursue their research and develop their careers.
Diagnostic nanoparticles could be used to monitor tumor recurrence after treatment or to perform routine cancer screenings.
With MIGHTR, PhD student W. Robb Stewart aims to speed construction of new nuclear plants to help decarbonize the economy.