Research News

Michael Gehm

March 21, 2022

Duke ECE's Michael Gehm: Reevaluating the Architectures of Measurement

In this Q&A, the optics expert discusses his lab's computational sensing research and its potential for impact in health and security applications

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March 14, 2022

WARNING: Objects in Driverless Car Sensors May Be Closer Than They Appear

Industry-standard dual-camera LIDAR sensors on self-driving cars can be deceived

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March 07, 2022

Simulated Human Eye Movement Aims to Train Metaverse Platforms

Virtual platform replicates how human eyes track stimuli from conversations to art galleries

Guillermo Sapiro

February 11, 2022

Duke’s Guillermo Sapiro Elected a Member of the National Academy of Engineering

The professor of electrical and computer engineering was recognized for three decades of transformative contributions to the theory and practice of imaging

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November 23, 2021 | Duke Today

Duke Science and Technology is 'Accepting the Challenge'

The faculty recruitment and retention effort, called Duke Science and Technology, will give the university resources to expand core strengths in Duke’s research, extending to nearly every corner of the university.

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November 22, 2021

Information Theorists Settle 70-Year-Old Communications Question

Colleagues call Duke mathematical proof ‘stunning achievement’ that could have broad implications

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November 19, 2021

Duke Engineering Launches ‘Athena’ Center for AI and Edge Computing

The new center’s kickoff event featured a showcase of proposed edge computing projects

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November 19, 2021

Blake Wilson Receives Top North Carolina Award

Wilson receives the state’s highest civilian honor in recognition of his pioneering role in developing cochlear implants

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October 12, 2021

Duke Professor Wins $1 Million Artificial Intelligence Prize, A ‘New Nobel’

Cynthia Rudin becomes second recipient of AAAI Squirrel AI Award for pioneering socially responsible AI

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August 18, 2021

‘Shadow Waveguide’ Casts Complex Acoustic Patterns to Control Particles

New approach to 'acoustic tweezers' could help push past limitations for cell and tissue engineering applications