Bits of buildings: How is computing changing the architect’s job?
June 25, 2012In a new book, an MIT researcher looks at the influence of high-tech simulations on the profession of architecture.
ARTEMiS brings art to teaching of science and engineering concepts
June 4, 2012ART for Engineering, Mathematics, and Science an initiative launched last summer through MIT’s Office of Educational Innovation and Technology (OEIT).
Entrepreneurial students dive into product design and development
May 14, 2012Joint MIT-RISD course yields concepts from iPad-friendly backpacks to waste-free sugar.
Simulating tomorrow’s chips
April 13, 2012A new system makes hardware models of multicore chips more efficient, easier to design and more reliable.
Chips as mini Internets
April 10, 2012The data-routing techniques that undergird the Internet could increase the efficiency of multicore chips while lowering their power requirements.
Testing unbuilt chips
March 9, 2012A new software-simulation system promises much more accurate evaluation of promising — but potentially fault-ridden — multicore-chip designs.
MIT and SUTD open International Design Centre
February 9, 2012Aims to become the world’s premier scholarly hub for technologically intensive design.
MIT paper wins award at International Conference on Engineering Design
August 22, 2011Alumnus Michael Pasqual and professor Olivier de Weck win ‘Reviewers’ Favorite’ award
MIT Press announces first book in new Engineering Systems Book Series
August 15, 2011Flexibility in Engineering Design by Richard de Neufville and Stefan Scholtes now available.