Director and MIT Professor Jay Scheib’s production, at the Bayreuth Festival in Germany, features an apocalyptic theme and augmented reality headsets for the audience.
Over more than 50 years at MIT, he made fundamental contributions to quantum field theory and discovered topological and geometric phenomena.
The Advanced Computing Users Survey, sampling sentiments from 120 top-tier universities, national labs, federal agencies, and private firms, finds the decline in America’s advanced computing lead spans many areas.
The MIT Black History Project is documenting 150+ years of the Black experience at the Institute and beyond.
Growing from a strong foundation built at MIT CSAIL and other academic hosts, W3C will continue its mission of developing standards for an open and equitable web.
Exhibit at MIT's Koch Institute attempts to make visible the luminary personalities behind major scientific and engineering advances.