The Brain Trust’s Newest Additions
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering welcomes new faculty members Associate Professor Archana Venkataraman and Assistant Professor Kayhan Batmanhelich.
MADE with Machine Learning: Utilizing AI to Design the Next Generation of Semiconductor Devices
With the help of advanced, physics-informed machine learning (PIML) techniques, Professors Enrico Bellotti & Luca Dal Negro are setting out to transform the status quo of electronic device design, with the support of a $2.5M grant from the Army Research Office.
Building Safe and Trustworthy AI Systems
Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere, powering applications such as Spotify music suggestions, facial recognition from your smartphone or the ETA of your Uber. Neural networks are also being explored as controllers in a breadth of safety-critical systems, from piloting drones to detecting anomalies in nuclear power plants to maintaining first responder communication systems. At the […]
A GRAND Endeavor: Building the Future of Wireless Communication
We live in a wireless society. With the advent of 5G communications and the ever more ubiquitous Internet of Things (IoT), the invisible traffic across wireless networks will only increase exponentially … and with this increased traffic looms the inevitable threat of traffic jams.
ECE Faculty Prominent Among Research Incubation Award Recipients
Eight ECE faculty members are among the recipients of the inaugural Red Hat Collaboratory Research Incubation Awards, with a combined total of approximately $1.5M in funding for their respective projects.
College Launches Machine Learning Concentration
By Patrick L. Kennedy Not long ago, speech processing software was pretty much limited to a phone robot asking a caller to speak the number “1,” says Professor and ECE Department Chair W. Clem Karl. “Now we routinely ask Alexa questions or tell Google Maps where we want to go just by speaking.” That’s the […]
Institute-incubated Research Leveraged for Major Google Research Award
The following article was published on the Hariri Institute’s website on Friday, March 16th, 2018. To see the complete list of 2017 award recipients, please visit Research at Google. What began as a small, Hariri Institute seed-funded research project to explore new methods for analyzing social media data has grown into a Google-sponsored, award-winning research endeavor. […]