prof Andrea Montanari
Andrea Montanari's deep learning collaboration

The project expects to gain a theoretical understanding of deep learning.


Cindy Nguyen (PhD candidate), Prof. Tsachy Weissman, and Suzanne Sims
STEM to SHTEM 2020 Program yields multidisciplinary research, with wealth of insights

The internship is designed for high school students who lack confidence in their STEM skills, whose talents lie outside STEM, or who aren’t yet sure about their future academic plans.


prof Gordon Wetzstein and EE PhD candidate David Lindell
Gordon Wetzstein and PhD candidate David Lindell create algorithm that reconstructs hidden scenes

Using a new algorithm, Stanford researchers have reconstructed the movements of individual particles of light to see through clouds, fog and other obstructions.


prof Dan Boneh
Dan Boneh’s Hidden Number Problem helps solve Raccoon attack

A timing vulnerability in some versions of the TLS specification can allow an attacker to decrypt encrypted connections...


REU 2020 cohort
It’s a Wrap! EE’s Undergrad Researchers ready to present Thursday

Join us Thursday for the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) 2020 poster session presentations.


prof Shanhui Fan
Shanhui Fan’s radiative cooling system could also give light

When solar energy is unavailable, the rooftop radiative cooling system could provide lighting power.


prof Gordon Wetzstein
Gordon Wetzstein creates algorithm that renders clearer and more accurate 3-D images

The team has unveiled a neural network that teaches itself by using a “camera in the loop” to evaluate the accuracy of the images it projects and then learn from its errors.


professor emeritus James F. Gibbons
James Gibbons’ research shows online learning can work better than in-person

Research done more than 45 years ago showed virtual learning was just as effective, if not more effective, than traditional methods.


professors Shenoy and Murmann
Krishna Shenoy and Boris Murmann move toward wireless brain-computer interface

The technology could one day help people with paralysis regain use of their limbs, and enable amputees to use their thoughts to control prostheses and interact with computers.


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First Stanford Q-FARM Bloch Fellowship in quantum science and engineering announced

Five fellows comprise the first cohort of Q-FARM’s new Bloch Fellowship. The fellows program aims to advance a second wave of discovery and innovation in quantum mechanics through interdisciplinary collaborations.