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  • Students competing in the Sonos Challenge
    Tufts Gordon Institute and Tufts Computer Science Exchange sponsored the recent Sonos/Real Industry Challenge, where over 100 students designed smart speakers with real-world applications.
  • Margaret Stevens at the NAMBE Conference
    Electrical Engineering graduate student Margaret Stevens recognized for molecular beam epitaxy research.
  • The Science and Engineering Complex on Tufts Medford campus
    Seven Engineering professors received Tufts Faculty Research Awards Committee awards for publishing and research proposals.
  • Assistant Professor Bree Aldridge in her lab.
    A team of researchers including Assistant Professor Bree Aldridge have developed a new method to measure how drugs act in combination.
  • Professor and Graduate Dean Karen Panetta
    As the Dean of Graduate Education for the School of Engineering, Professor Karen Panetta is the liaison between students, faculty, and administration on all aspects of graduate education. Read more about Dean Panetta's work, and get in touch with her team.
  • Sadaf Qazi accepts award from the SWE.
    The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) recently recognized Sadaf Qazi, EG08, with its Distinguished New Engineer Award.
  • Annalisa DeBari working in the lab

    As a Summer Scholar, Annalisa DeBari, E18, designed a battery holder that researchers can use to X-ray a battery without having to take it apart.

  • Professor Susan Landau sits at her desk.
    Professor Susan Landau wrote a piece for Foreign Policy about Russian hacking at all levels of U.S. civil society and how organizations and governments can respond. 
  • Nikki Slaughter
    After earning her B.S. in mechanical engineering and M.S. in engineering management from Tufts, Nikki Slaughter went on to work in robotics at Balyo.
  • Professor Karen Panetta
    Professor and Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta spoke to Business Insider about the growing role of artificial intelligence software and early-stage humanoid robots in pre-K and kindergarten.

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