Computer scientist Jelani Nelson, who focuses on developing efficient algorithms for massive datasets, has been named a 2017 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Jelani Nelson named Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellows | Harvard John A....

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New systems thinking course equips Harvard students to tackle the world's most intractable problems: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Studies in systems | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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In celebration of #EngineersWeek, this #ThrowbackThursday photo honors alumnus, faculty member, and engineering pioneer George Washington Pierce, PhD 1900, whose invention of the crystal oscillator in 1913 made possible multiple phone calls on one line. Learn more about the history of engineering at Harvard SEAS: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Alumna Lisa Gualtieri, Ph.D. '89 (computer science), founder and program director of RecycleHealth, a nonprofit that provides refurbished wearables to underserved populations, has been named a "Woman to Watch in Science and Technology:" [ Hvrd.me Link ]
We're celebrating Engineers Week by spotlighting some outstanding Harvard SEAS engineering alumni. Learn more about how Leah Gaffney, S.B. '15, is designing devices to help cardiac patients, and be sure to share your own engineering story with us: [ Hvrd.me Link ] #DiscoverE #EngineersWeek

Meet Leah Gaffney | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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Alumna Marissa Hummon, Ph.D. '09 (applied physics) is using big data and machine learning to help homeowners cut energy costs: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
We're celebrating Engineers Week by spotlighting some outstanding Harvard SEAS engineering alumni. Learn more about how Yakov Berenshteyn, S.B. '10, works to "transform the outdated utility industry" and be sure to share your own engineering story with us: [ Hvrd.me Link ] #DiscoverE #EngineersWeek

Meet Yakov Berenshteyn | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering...

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Researcher Róisín Commane is one of several scientists who are circling the globe aboard a DC-8 aircraft as part of the NASA Atmospheric Tomography Mission. The mission is studying the impact of human-produced air pollution on greenhouse gases and on chemically reactive gases in the atmosphere. Read more about ATom, and Róisín's adventures, in her blog: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

ATom-2 Flights | Róisín Commane

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Faculty member Margo Seltzer honored by Computing Research Association for exceptional mentorship: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Margo Seltzer awarded Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentoring Award |...

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Two Harvard undergrads launch a real estate technology startup that seeks to infuse any apartment building with a sense of community: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Creating a sense of place | Harvard John A. Paulson School of...

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Materials scientist Jennifer Lewis has been honored by the National Academy of Engineering for contributions to 3D printing of multifunctional structures: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Jennifer Lewis elected to National Academy of Engineering | Harvard John...

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Leading female technologists spoke about machine-learning, wireless networks, and the challenges of overcoming implicit bias during the Women in Data Science Conference: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Pushing boundaries | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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New technology allows for a non-toxic, non-corrosive flow battery that could make energy storage from renewable sources significantly cheaper: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Long-lasting flow battery could run for more than a decade with minimum...

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The artificial pancreas system, a result of collaboration between researchers at SEAS and the University of Virginia, automatically monitors and regulates blood-sugar levels in people with type 1 diabetes: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Artificial pancreas clinical trials open | Harvard John A. Paulson...

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Computer scientist David Parkes has been recognized by the Association for Computing Machinery for groundbreaking research in autonomous agents: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

David Parkes awarded ACM/SIGAI Autonomous Agents Research Award |...

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Breakthrough flat metalens paves the way for new applications in imaging, spectroscopy, and sensing: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Flat lens opens a broad world of color | Harvard John A. Paulson School...

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New concentrators were welcomed into the SEAS community at the first-ever Sophomore Convocation, a special event that featured a panel discussion with distinguished alumni: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Celebrating beginnings | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering...

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The hardiness of grass inspires researchers to 3D-print multifunctional materials that mimic the robust mechanical properties found in nature: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Mimicking nature’s cellular architectures via 3D printing | Harvard John...

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Applied physics PhD student Elizabeth Gallardo offered advice and encouragement to young, budding researchers during the Jackson-Mann Middle School Science Fair: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

School of hard science | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering...

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Congratulations to alumnus Serope Kalpakjian, S.M. '51 (applied sciences), who has received the 2016 Gold Medal from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Alumni News Briefs | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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