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  • Ron Lasser, Jason Rife, and Kristen Wendell headshots
    Three School of Engineering professors have been recognized for outstanding service to Tufts students.
  • Jim Lawton headshot
    Tufts alumnus Jim Lawton offers words of advice to computer science students graduating during an uncertain time.
  • The atrium of the new Science and Engineering Complex
    The School of Engineering and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences honor their graduate students, faculty, and staff each year.
  • 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.
  • A man sitting in a computer lab
    Associate Professor Mark Hempstead presented two papers at IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture.
  • Students pose for a portrait at a work station in the REAP Lab
    Researchers at the Renewable Energy and Applied Photonics (REAP) Lab design an all-semiconductor selective metamaterial emitter for thermophotovoltaic energy conversion applications.
  • Reap Labs work on growth technique
    Researchers, including faculty at REAP Labs, use a recently developed growth technique to synthesize germanium quantum dots on InAlAs(111)A.
  • A woman stands outside a building
    Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Engineering, spoke with Machine Design regarding the latest advancements in medical device technology and materials.
  • 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.
  • Artist's concept of a photovoltaic‐powered lander at the surface of Venus.
    Two recent papers published by REAP Labs and collaborators investigate powering Venus exploration with solar cells and modifying quantum dot wetting layer interactions with greater control.

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