Longtime MIT professor developed early “time-sharing” operating systems and is widely credited as the creator of the world’s first computer password.
Engineer and historian discusses how the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing might integrate technical and humanistic research and education.
“I love teaching,” says PhD student Clare Kim. “It’s not that I’m just imparting knowledge, but I want [my students] to develop a critical way of thinking.”
Award will support research for "A Counter History of Computing in India."
In STS.047 (Quantifying People), MIT students explore the history of science from the 17th century to the present, through the eyes of statisticians and sociologists.
CSAIL researcher and web inventor recognized for his startup inrupt, which aims to give users more control over their data.
Symposium featuring former astronauts and other Apollo mission luminaries examines the program’s legacy.