Members have made advances in molecular processes, rheology, computer networking, nanocrystalline metals, affective computing, and semiconductor tech.
New members have made advances in the development of plasticity, novel genetic evolution methods, systems modeling, and clean energy.
New members have made advances in artificial skin, wireless communications, nanotechnology, hydrology, and cancer treatment.
Professor James Fujimoto, Eric Swanson SM '84, and collaborators lauded for optical coherence tomography.
Contributions of new members include the design of parallel computing systems, the development of 3-D printing, and the discovery of near-Earth asteroids.
Waitz and Pentland receive a high honor for engineers.
MIT will be one of eight U.S. universities to participate.
One of 29 programs featured in "Infusing Real World Experiences into Engineering Education"
Several Institute alumni also among 66 new members announced today.
Two from CEE and one from EECS to participate in symposium for young engineering innovators.
Institute Professor cited for inventions, development