FIB-SEM is now available to researchers across the Institute for use in characterization, nanofabrication, and rapid prototyping.
Professor Nicholas Fang’s startup Boston Micro Fabrication uses a novel light-focusing method to make ultraprecise printers.
Atomically thin materials are a promising alternative to silicon-based transistors; now researchers can connect them more efficiently to other chip elements.
MIT researchers develop compact on-chip device for detecting electric-field waveforms with attosecond time resolution.
Her research focuses on more-efficient deep neural networks to process video, and more-efficient hardware to run applications.
Fifteen new professors join the MIT community.
Reducing internal losses could pave the way to low-cost perovskite-based photovoltaics that match silicon cells’ output.
The technology could boost aerial robots’ repertoire, allowing them to operate in cramped spaces and withstand collisions.
The advance could improve energy efficiency of data centers and lighten the load for electronics-rich vehicles.
Luquiao Liu one of eight recognized