Johns Hopkins University’s annual celebration of engineers’ contributions to society begins today and runs through Friday, Feb. 23 on the Homewood campus.
Each year, TUM honors a group of select international top-level scientists and research alumni with the title of “TUM Ambassadors” in recognition of their services, acknowledging them as representatives of all the TUM research alumni around the globe.
Hager was recognized for contributions to vision-based robotics and to computer-enhanced interventional medicine.
The distinction recognizes and honors academic inventors who have created or facilitated outstanding inventions that have made a significant difference to people and to society.
Johns Hopkins welcomes experts for symposium exploring the impact of technology on health care delivery now and in the future.
Sepsis contributes to as many as 50% of hospital deaths. A new tool developed by Johns Hopkins engineer Suchi Saria could help doctors spot sepsis before it’s too late.
Suchi Saria will discuss her research on statistical machine learning and its application to developing data-driven systems for augmenting human decision-making capability for diagnostics and treatment planning.
John Krakauer is quoted in Wired about the potential applications of a brain-machine interface.