Muyinatu Bell, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named this year’s Outstanding Young Engineer by the Maryland Academy of Sciences and the Maryland Science Center. Above is a video the Maryland Science Center to highlight Professor Bell’s research.
Seal-Bin Han shares his journey in creating FitMango and the challenges he faced as a young entrepreneur.
This project focuses on block building, an accessible and adaptable skill for young children in both formal and informal learning contexts. Gregory Hager and Sanjeev Khudanpur contributed to the research.
This hands-on Advanced Fiber Optic Laboratory exposes students to state-of-the-art equipment and fiber optic technologies located at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.
The subject uses his mind to move individual fingers on a prosthetic arm.
The “piano staircase” is the brainchild of members of the Hopkins Robotics Club, a new organization of about 100 students in majors ranging from electrical and computer engineering to mechanical engineering, computer science and the humanities.
T.E. “Ed” Schlesinger — the Benjamin T. Rome Dean of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering — outlines his priorities for Rising to the Challenge: the Campaign for Johns Hopkins.
With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), computer scientist and professor Suchi Saria, with Dr. Fredrick Wigley and an interdisciplinary team of experts at Johns Hopkins University, is leading a groundbreaking effort using Big Data to ease pain for scleroderma patients.
Jim West elaborates on the extensive technology contributions of minority scientists and researchers.