The program supports “outstanding theoretical scientists.”
The MIT Schwarzman College of Computing awards seed grants to seven interdisciplinary projects exploring AI-augmented management.
Developed by MIT researchers, BrightMarkers are invisible fluorescent tags embedded in physical objects to enhance motion tracking, virtual reality, and object detection.
EECS professor appointed to new professorship in the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
A new dataset can help scientists develop automatic systems that generate richer, more descriptive captions for online charts.
Using insights into how people intuit others’ emotions, researchers have designed a model that approximates this aspect of human social intelligence.
Through the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative, the US Department of Defense supports research projects in areas of critical importance to national defense.
Joshua Angrist, Gang Chen, Catherine Drennan, Dina Katabi, Gregory Stephanopoulos, and seven additional alumni are recognized by their peers for their outstanding contributions to research.
The award recognizes exceptional distinction in teaching, research, and service at MIT.
The MIT EECS adjunct associate professor and CSAIL member has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to cryptography.
Developed at MIT, D2X is a new tool that makes it easy to debug any domain-specific programming language.