An international development practitioner, academic researcher, and social entrepreneur, Pantelic will help guide D-Lab into its third decade.
An electrical impedance tomography toolkit lets users design and fabricate health and motion sensing devices.
Advance incorporates sensing directly into an object’s material, with applications for assistive technology and “intelligent” furniture.
SensiCut, a smart material-sensing platform for laser cutters, can differentiate between 30 materials commonly found in makerspaces and workshops.
Faculty members will help to advance educational initiatives and strategy within the MIT School of Engineering.
The School of Engineering recognizes the materials scientist's outstanding contributions to education.
The global event, curated by MIT’s Hashim Sarkis, queries how people can best live together at a time of uncertainty, crisis, and change.
Ranked at the top for the 10th straight year, the Institute also places first in 12 subject areas.