IEEE Spectrum details efforts by a team of Hopkins undergraduates to build a real-life version of the “Star Trek” Tricorder. Read more.
On Thursday, May 21, 2015, Johns Hopkins University held its annual commencement at the Homewood Campus. It was a drizzly morning filled with pomp and circumstance. Students dressed in graduation caps, gowns and rain ponchos claimed their degrees, despite the unwelcoming weather. The Department of Computer Science (CS) at the Whiting School of Engineering, awarded […]
Rachel Kinney, a 20-year-old Pittsburgh resident who just finished her sophomore year at JHU, has been up to the task. She has attended to her studies, given herself daily health treatments, and also found some spare time to play video games with her friends in her dorm. She even competed on a campus Quidditch team […]
Xuchen Yao, PhD, Computer Science, joined the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence’s team as cofounder of new startup incubator. He is currently developing technology known as KITT.ai, which among other things is designed to turn natural language into computer codes with potential applications in home automation and the Internet of Things. For more information about […]
Russell H. Taylor, the John C. Malone Professor of Computer Science and director of the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics at the Whiting School of Engineering, has won the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Engineering in Medicine and Biology Technical Achievement Award for “contributions and leadership in the field of surgical robotics and […]