With the support of each other and MIT faculty, students in the MCSC’s Climate and Sustainability Scholars Program are making their impact on real-world climate challenges.
Through the year-long MCSC Climate and Sustainability Scholars Program, students have the opportunity to lead research projects.
Gift will help establish the Vamasundari Devi Fellowship Fund to provide financial support to graduate students and the SuperUROP program, which provides undergraduates with two-semester research opportunities.
Chandrakasan honored for his “contributions to ultralow-power circuits and systems, and leadership in academia and advancing diversity in the profession.”
SuperUROP scholars apply deep learning to improve accuracy of climate models, profitably match computers in the cloud with customers, and more.
With technology new and old, instructors try to recreate the interactivity of their pre-Covid classroom.
UROP students explore applications in robotics, health care, language understanding, and nuclear engineering.
Knowledge in both a technical and humanistic field prepares her to make new tools in computational linguistics.
In a lively poster session, more than 100 undergraduates discuss their yearlong research projects on everything from machine learning to political geography.