Professor Wit Busza, Instructor Karol Bacik, postdocs Cari Cesarotti and Chao Li, and Pablo Gaston Debenedetti SM ’81, PhD ’85 honored for contributions to physics.
The wearable device, designed to monitor bladder and kidney health, could be adapted for earlier diagnosis of cancers deep within the body.
With the PockEngine training method, machine-learning models can efficiently and continuously learn from user data on edge devices like smartphones.
The 2023 symposium offered candid insights and practical advice for aeronautical and astronautical engineers interested in pursuing academia.
Computer vision enables contact-free 3D printing, letting engineers print with high-performance materials they couldn’t use before.
The LIRAS technique could speed up the development of acoustic lenses, impact-resistant films, and other futuristic materials.
New coating protects nitrogen-fixing bacteria from heat and humidity, which could allow them to be deployed for large-scale agricultural use.
MIT DMSE hosts its first-ever jobs fair, attracting industry giants, startups, and students for networking and career exploration.
MIT researchers will partner on interdisciplinary research in human biology and disease.
A pivotal talk led postdoc Kristina Monakhova to develop smart, computational cameras and microscopes for intelligent systems.
Metabolic engineering and synthetic biology expert to succeed Paula Hammond.
The lifelong athlete, pilot, aviation enthusiast, and educator taught at the Institute for 40 years.