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  • the application of a smart bandage
    On the 100th anniversary of the Band-Aid, Professor Sameer Sonkusale and the Nano Lab are working to make smart bandages that actively monitor and deliver precisely targeted treatments to chronic wounds.
  • Computer memory chip
    Associate Professor Mark Hempstead and colleagues proposed a new near-memory hardware/software solution that could provide significant memory energy savings.
  • Lung X-ray images, from left, of COVID-19, normal, and viral pneumonia patients.
    Software developed at Tufts has been successful at identifying COVID-19 pneumonia in more than 99 percent of the X-ray images it processes.
  • A woman leaning against a railing
    Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Engineering, spoke with The New York Times on how A.I. and machine learning systems can be used to prevent equipment breakdowns at airports.
  • Illustration of gears by NSF

    Professor Matthias Scheutz and PhD candidate Vasanth Sarathy's proposal to work with machines to solve mankind’s seemingly intractable problems is the focus of a winning entry in the NSF Idea Machine Competition.

  • Photos of four students combined into one image
    Four Tufts University computer science majors were recognized for research excellence by the Computing Research Association (CRA).
  • Student and faculty member pose with their award in front of brick wall
    Senior Jordan Lueck, Associate Professor Jason Rife, and collaborators received a best of conference award for their paper on sensor-aided simulation.
  • A robot sits on display before Tufts Department of Computer Science Professor Matthias Scheutz's robotics programming class.
    At TEDxVienna, Matthias Scheutz, Bernard M. Gordon Senior Faculty Fellow and Professor in the Department of Computer Science, discussed why robots need to be able to say no.
  • Stock image of faculty reviewing data
    Tufts has been awarded an NSF grant to kickstart T-TRIPODS Institute, a university initiative focused on broadening data science methods and how they apply to diverse fields.
  • Three men with sonic anemometer prototypes in wind test tunnel
    Associate Professor Robert White and collaborators from Cornell University and VN Instruments want to build a sonic anemometer that could measure wind speed on Mars.

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