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MIT150 Symposium Computation and the Transformation of Practically Everything Symposium Chair Srinivas Devadas - Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT Speakers Charles M. Vest - President, Emeritus, MIT and Pres...
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MIT150 Symposium Computation and the Transformation of Practically Everything Symposium Chair Nancy Lynch - NEC Professor of Software Science and Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT Speakers Ru...
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MIT150 Symposium Computation and the Transformation of Practically Everything Symposium Speakers David Mindell - Chair, MIT150 Steering Committee and Dibner Professor of the History of Engineering and Manufacturing and of Aeronautics an...
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On the morning of August 26, 2004, MIT announced that Susan Hockfield, a distinguished neuroscientist and then Provost at Yale University, had been selected as MIT's 16th president. Later that afternoon, the MIT community gathered...
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Designers often want to help people that they perceive as being in need -- whether those affected by natural or human-caused disasters, the economically or physically disadvantaged, or those who are on the losing end of a cultural power ...
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Warning: The beauty and passion of this performance may be too overwhelming for some viewers. MIT student and violinist Ari Umans plays the Brahms Violin Sonata No.1 in G Major, movements I and II. Bravi to Ari and his piano accompanis...
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In November, 1993, author Salman Rushdie made an unannounced visit to MIT to accept an award as Honorary Visiting Professor of the Humanities. Rushdie had been living in hiding ever since a death sentence was issued by the Ayatollah Ruho...
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The eminent MIT professor, author most recently of Alone, Together, discusses her darkening view of our digitizing world, her sense of the culture of MIT and its students, and her own career with Communications Forum Director David Thorb...
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Moto Perpetuo designed by Novacek and implemented by violinist and MIT student Ari Umans. When will it all end? Bravo to Ari and brava to his gleeful 'accompianist' Amanda Mok. MIT Chamber Music Society, Killian Hall, April 23, 2011
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Sarate's Romanza Anduluza has an essence of 'I Feel Pretty'. Could this piece have inspired Leonard Bernstein when he composed it? Bravo to Ari Umans, who performs this piece with infinite zest. Thanks to Amanda Mok for keeping up with...
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Dvorak Cello Concerto, second movement, played by MIT student and cellist Sae Kyoung Jang with orchestra synthesized by pianist Yilin You. Brava Sae Kyoung Jang. A sonorous, hypnotic, peak experience. Thanks to teacher Rafael Popper-K...
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