Every year, our engineering student organizations participate in
February's National Engineers Week.
The Engineering Student
Council organizes fun activities to unite our engineering
community in friendly competition. Read about the events in
Tufts Daily, check out
some photos below, and learn more about
our engineering societies on campus.
Andrew Winslow, EG14, a doctoral student in theoretical computer
science, and a group of Boston-area researchers decided to figure
out how a computer might most
efficiently solve the Rubik's cube—and not just the standard one
with three squares per row, but ones with up to 17 squares per row.
They came up with some surprising findings that relate to real-world