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In a Q&A, Morris Cohen of the Wharton School explains the content of the CHIPS and Science Act, signed into law on Aug. 9.
The Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor with appointments in Penn Engineering and the Perelman School of Medicine on forging his own path in the fields of health care and computer science.
Rising senior Ricardo Del Rio, an electrical engineering major in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, studied at ETH Zurich during the spring semester.
Using a deep neural network of optical waveguides, a new chip developed by Penn engineers—smaller than a square centimeter—can detect and classify an image in less than a nanosecond, all without the need for a separate processor or memory unit.
Researchers found a magnetic property in a class of materials that enables light manipulation on the nanoscale, with implications for applications such as information storage and energy harvesting.
The Breakthrough Starshot Initiative’s laser-based approach requires rethinking a sail’s shape and composition so it won’t melt or tear during acceleration and pushed by wind, not light.
Penn Engineering researchers are using data science to answer fundamental questions that challenge the globe—from genetics to materials design.
A new photodetector design from Penn Engineering is not only extremely thin, making it lightweight and cost effective, it can also emit light, not just detect it.
The Community Collaboratory for Co-Creation, led by Penn Nursing and Penn Engineering, will focus on research, education, and community engagement and outreach.
ENIAD, named after ENIAC, the world’s first digital computer, which was developed at Penn 75 years ago, took the top spot among a list of 500 of the most energy-efficient supercomputers reported in the world.