Advance could enable mobile devices to implement "neural networks" modeled on the human brain.
New technology could secure credit cards, key cards, and pallets of goods in warehouses.
Low-power chip processes 3-D camera data, could enable wearable device to guide the visually impaired.
Depositing different materials within a single chip layer could lead to more efficient computers.
Polymer nanowires that assemble in perpendicular layers could offer route to tinier chip components.
Michael Watts took two decades to make the 20-mile trip from suburban Hingham to tenure at MIT.
Dr. Zheng Zhang gave the 2015 Fall Term MTL Doctoral Dissertation Seminar talk on December 2nd, 2015. This honor is given to a recent PhD graduate that has used MTL's facilities or services in his or her research program at MIT.
High-performance prototype means chipmakers could now start building optoelectronic chips.
MIT researchers recommend rapidly scaling up current silicon-based systems while continuing to work on other technologies.
New techniques for building microelectromechanical systems show promise.
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