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  • An image of a skyline with many lines indicating interconnectivity across buildings.
    Sam Safavi, EG17, and associate professor Usman Khan were part of a research team that created an improved algorithm for self-localizing and tracking mobile devices, a development that could meet the demands of a projected 50 billion connected products in the Internet-of-Things by 2020.
  • A rendering of geographical shapes in a blue space.
    Two new graduate programs at the School of Engineering are rising to meet the rapidly growing demand for computer engineers and data science experts.
  • A student in a graduation gown and cap holds up a small Colombian flag.
    Tufts awarded 1,521 undergraduate degrees and 2,186 graduate degrees at this year's commencement ceremony. Former Steinway Musical Instruments CEO Dana Messina, E83, addressed graduates of the School of Engineering as part of its commencement ceremony, and retired CEO of DuPont Ellen J. Kullman, E78, A12P, gave the university-wide commencement address.
  • A nanoscale rendering of the Tufts seal next to the original Tufts seal
    Students have created the smallest known rendering of the Tufts seal.
  • A photo of Jeff Hopwood in the lab.
    Jeff Hopwood, a professor in electrical and computer engineering, has been elected as an AVS Fellow.
  • A photo of the Presidential Award for Civic Life
    Computer science major Winnona DeSombre, A18, electrical engineering major Ryan Stocking, E18, and Tania Alarcón, a Ph.D. student in civil and environmental engineering, received awards for outstanding achievements in service, leadership, and civic engagement during their time at Tufts.
  • A photo of flowers on campus.
    Six rising juniors and eight rising seniors will work on engineering research projects this summer.
  • Matthias Scheutz models Human-Robot Interaction with a robot.
    A new graduate degree in human-robot interaction at Tufts is the first of its kind in the nation.
  • Professor Tom Vandervelde in front of a KitchenAid mixer.
    Tom Vandervelde, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, holds the tenth annual liquid nitrogen ice cream party at REAP Labs.
  • A member of the Tufts Robotics Team holding a small robot.
    The Tufts Robotics Club took first place in team and individual categories in the Olympiad Tournament in the international Trinity College Fire Fighting Robot Contest.

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