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.
Passionate about creating educational opportunities in India, PhD student Siddhartha Jayanti recently explored multiprocessor speed limits, in a paper written in the Indian language Telugu.
Stefanie Jegelka seeks to understand how machine-learning models behave, to help researchers build more robust models for applications in biology, computer vision, optimization, and more.
Seven faculty and alumni are among the winners of the prestigious honors for electrical engineers and computer scientists.
MIT professor to share $3 million prize with three others; Daniel Spielman PhD ’95 wins Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics.