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  • Four masked students in the Ventilator Project space, plus one student in inset
    Five Tufts engineering students and alums worked with hundreds of fellow volunteers to develop a cost-effective ventilator that could be produced quickly.
  • Three researchers looking at a computer together
    The journal Microsystems & Nanoengineering recently recognized Professor Sameer Sonkusale and team members from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Biomedical Engineering for excellence in two papers published by the journal.
  • Two cofounders standing together smiling
    Computer science alum Shehryar Malik and fellow Tufts alum Greg Kulchyckyj, both A19, are developing a mobile app called TableTab that benefits restaurants and customers seeking limited contact while ordering food.
  • Farakh Zaman
    A team led by Farakh Zaman, Mechanical Engineering PhD student, has been awarded a grant to investigate human factors issues related to augmented reality systems in subterranean spaces.
  • Headshot, Elaine Short
    Elaine Short, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, has received a 2020-21 Teach Access Curriculum Development Award.
  • Computer memory chip
    Associate Professor Mark Hempstead and colleagues proposed a new near-memory hardware/software solution that could provide significant memory energy savings.
  • Hands on a computer keyboard
    Tufts TRIPODS Institute names graduate research fellows and summer research undergraduates for 2020.
  • Thomas Williams
    The Association for Computing Machinery recently featured Thomas Williams, EG13, EG17, now an assistant professor at the Colorado School of Mines, as one of its People of ACM.
  • Sara Rudolph at her laptop
    PhD student Sara Rudolph and classmates in her Medicinal Chemistry class quickly pivoted to studying COVID-19 this spring.
  • Faculty member talking to two students at a computer
    Assistant Professor Nav Nidhi Rajput received a grant from the U.S. Office of Naval Research to develop sensors and imaging architectures that could be used in defense applications, weather surveillance, and search and rescue.

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