Matthew Dea

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MIT computer scientists’ favorite free coding resources
Analysis of Transport Phenomena I: Mathematical Methods | MITx on edX
“What is AI?” according to MIT computer scientists
Robert B. Laughlin & Steve Weinberg at MIT – 2007 Physics Symposium
The Politics and Economics of Climate Science – Kerry Emanuel

The Politics and Economics of Climate Science – Kerry Emanuel

KERRY EMANUEL: I’m Kerry Emanuel. I’m a professor of atmospheric science here at MIT. I’ve been at MIT for 36 years. Before that, I was at UCLA for three years. And I’ve been interested in the atmosphere since I was a young child, and dreamed that I might make a profession of it some day. […]

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Science in the National Interest 1995 MIT Symposium Session 3/3
MIT Department of Physics Mission Statement

MIT Department of Physics Mission Statement

Wolfgang Ketterle: The mission of MIT is the pursuit of excellence. Nergis Mavalvala: The students, they’re brilliant, they’re curious, they’re dedicated. Ed Bertschinger: The mission of the Physics Department at MIT is to pursue cutting-edge research at the frontiers of physics across many subfields and to train students to go on in both the physics […]

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My Path into Physics (at MIT)
The Physics of Invisibility Cloaks (Science Out Loud S1 Ep3)

The Physics of Invisibility Cloaks (Science Out Loud S1 Ep3)

Every morning, you see your reflection in the mirror. Every summer, your friend looks squiggly in the bottom of the pool. But how can we use this to make invisibility cloaks? Boo. What?! Or explain the shiny wings of a butterfly? The answer is ‘photonics’, which is all the crazy ways to mess with light! […]

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MIT Quest for Intelligence Launch: The Core – Human and Machine Intelligence

MIT Quest for Intelligence Launch: The Core – Human and Machine Intelligence

Thank you, David, for those wonderful comments. Good morning everyone. My name is Mike Sipser, I’m the Dean of Science at MIT. The intelligence quest embodies MIT’S commitment to the pursuit of deep scientific inquiry around one of the most challenging problems of our time, how the brain produces intelligent behavior, and how machines can […]

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