Adam Zewe

Adam Zewe, MIT News Office

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Process Manufacturing November 22, 2022

Technique developed to help 2D materials expand

A technique that accurately measures how atom-thin materials expand when heated could help engineers develop faster, more powerful electronic devices.

By Adam Zewe
Edge Computing, Embedded Systems November 18, 2022

Machine learning facilitates turbulence tracking in fusion reactors

MIT researchers have developed a machine learning approach that can affect the energy generated during fusion reactions, with implications for reactor design.

By Adam Zewe
Edge Computing, Embedded Systems November 7, 2022

Improving deep learning with light photonics

A new method uses optics to accelerate machine-learning computations on smart speakers and other low-power connected devices.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: CFE Media
Edge Computing, Embedded Systems September 13, 2022

Collaborative machine learning preserves privacy

Federated learning is a collaborative method for training a machine-learning model that keeps sensitive user data private.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Sensors, Actuators July 13, 2022

Soft actuators in robots emit light in colors, patterns

MIT researchers have created insect-scale robots inspired by fireflies that can emit light when they fly, which enables motion tracking and communication. See video.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: MIT News
Cybersecurity July 6, 2022

Stronger security systems for smart devices

MIT researchers demonstrate two security methods that efficiently protect analog-to-digital converters from powerful attacks that aim to steal user data.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Robotics May 2, 2022

Easier ways to teach robots new skills

MIT researchers have developed a technique that enables a robot to learn a pick-and-place task with only a handful of human demonstrations.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Robotics April 14, 2022

Teaching robots to manipulate soft objects

Researchers have developed a technique that could enable a robot to manipulate squishy objects like pizza dough or soft materials like clothing.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: Christine Daniloff, MIT
Industrial PCs March 26, 2022

Quantum circuits developed for noise resiliency

Researchers are working on developing a technique that makes the quantum circuit itself resilient to noise to improve quantum computing's performance.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: Chris Vavra, CFE Media and Technology
Robotics March 14, 2022

Helping humans understand robots

Researchers from MIT and Harvard suggest that applying theories from cognitive science and educational psychology to the area of human-robot interaction can help humans build more accurate mental models of their robot collaborators.

By Adam Zewe
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