EECS @ MIT
The multiple faces and facets of the MIT EECS Department may best be described in short moving pictures--yep! videos! Please browse the assembled collection of videos that have been created for one of its four major affiliated labs CSAIL, LIDS, MTL and RLE and/or through the amazing collection of MIT Open CourseWare classes, and multiple subsets of events recorded and stored on MIT TechTV and in some cases on YouTube. Remember... EECS is Everywhere!
Added over 1 year ago | 00:10:51 | 1052 views
Brief introductory video by the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) of Shafi Goldwasser and Silvio Micali as they developed their pioneering work in the fields of cryptography and complexity theory. This footage is followed by the ...
Added almost 2 years ago | 00:00:59 | 1466 views
MIT EECS - Quanta Computer Research and Innovation Scholar Denzil Sikka presented her SuperUROP project titled "R3: Review, Rethink, Redo" on Dec. 6, 2012 at the SuperUROP poster session held in the MIT Grier Room, 34-4012. Her advisor i...
Added almost 2 years ago | 00:01:13 | 1076 views
MIT EECS - Angle Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Annie Holladay presented her project titled "Object Placement as Inverse Motion Planning" at the Dec. 6, 2012, SuperUROP poster session held in the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. Ms...
Added almost 2 years ago | 00:01:30 | 1330 views
MIT EECS - Draper Laboratory Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Gustavo Goretkin presented his project titled "Asymptotically Optimal Motion Planning for Dynamical Systems" at the Dec. 6, 2012 SuperUROP poster session held at ...
Added almost 2 years ago | 00:01:15 | 1337 views
MIT EECS - Analog Devices Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Lyne Tchapmi Petse presented her SuperUROP project titled "Low Energy Radio for Vital Signs TRansmission from the Ear to a Smrt-phone" at the Dec. 6, 2012, SuperUROP...
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