A new deep-learning algorithm developed by members of the Aerospace Control Lab (PI: Jonathan How) is designed to help machines navigate in the real, imperfect world, by building a healthy “skepticism” of the measurements and inputs they receive.
A core value of our department is a commitment to diversity, which connotes an awareness and acceptance of the value and strength derived from engaging the richness of multiple cultures including race, disabilities, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and skin color, among other attributes.
Tara Venkatadri was among four MIT undergraduates to receive a Barry Goldwater Scholarship for the 2021-22 academic year. Over 5,000 college students from across the United States were nominated for the scholarships, from which only 410 recipients were selected based on academic merit.
Richard Miller, the Founding President of Olin College of Engineering, was featured in a series of three episodes on “The Future of Higher Education,” podcast hosted by David Finegold, President of Chatham University in Pittsburgh. The series is an exploration of the founding of Olin College of Engineering, and the lessons learned that might be useful for all of higher education.