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June 29, 2021

Marvian Wins National Science Foundation CAREER Award

Prestigious five-year award will help develop a fundamental understanding of quantum mechanical phenomena such as quantum chaos and quantum thermodynamics

October 21, 2014

Engineering Creative Design

A Bass Connections class at Duke is bringing together engineering, dance and theater students to explore communication through performance and interface design.

October 13, 2014

Revving Up Fluorescence for Superfast LEDs

Duke University researchers have made fluorescent molecules emit photons of light 1,000 times faster than normal—setting a speed record and making an important step toward realizing superfast light emitting diodes (LEDs) and quantum cryptography.

September 16, 2014

Campus Toastmasters Club Hosts Open House Sept. 23

PRATTically Speaking Toastmasters is hosting an open house from noon to 1 p.m., Sept. 23, in room 125 of Hudson Hall.

September 16, 2014

Henry Pfister: Inferring Answers through Graphical Models

Constructing graphical models and inferring how variables relate to one another can help researchers analyze large and small data sets—and test devices before they’re even built

September 12, 2014

Aaron Franklin: Replacing Silicon Electronics with Nanomaterials

Carbon nanotubes and other nanomaterials offer the potential to replace silicon, push the physical limits of electronics and develop printable technologies

September 05, 2014

George Konidaris: Building Smarter Robots

Robots that learn simple tasks and integrate them into more complex decision making

September 02, 2014

Kris Hauser: Keeping Robots Upright

Expert in automated decision-making joins Duke’s growing team of robotics specialists

August 28, 2014

Joel Greenberg: Spotting Explosives and Tumors

Scattered x-rays could reveal the chemical composition of items in a suitcase or cells inside a tumor

August 12, 2014

Willie Padilla: Exploring Technology's "Terahertz Gap"

Work has potential applications in cancer detection, military navigation

July 22, 2014

Chris Dwyer Named National Security Science and Engineering Fellow

Chris Dwyer, an associate professor in electrical and computer engineering, has been named one of ten new National Security Science and Engineering Fellows by the U.S. Department of Defense. The fellowship will award up to $3 million in research support for up to five years. The field of computer [...]

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