A reimagining of today's computer chips by Australian and Dutch engineers shows how a quantum computer can be manufactured—using mostly standard silicon technology
DARPA awards NYU Tandon professor and fellow researchers $10 million to use artificial intelligence to catch the subtlest manipulations of images and video
It's now possible to track and see individual phosphorus atoms in a silicon crystal
Data-intensive supercomputer brings new uses to high performance computing for science
BU researcher leads project intended to take the guesswork out of biological design
Chance effect of lab's fluorescent lights leads to discovery
New network design exploits cheap, power-efficient flash memory without sacrificing speed
Computer simulations exploring the effects of shock waves on crystalline HMX, performed by Ryan Austin, a staff scientist in Engineering’s Computational Engineering Division, and a team of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers, are featured on the cover of the May 14 issue of the Journal of Applied Physics.
Invention captures wasted cell phone energy, feeds it back to battery.
Researchers in UCSB's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are seeking to make computer brains smarter by making them more like our own