“The way I think about Alexa is the way AI is revolutionizing daily convenience,” said Rohit Prasad (M.S. EE ’99), vice president and head scientist
Cyberattacks on the energy sector and other critical infrastructure systems are on the rise and can significantly impact a city or even a country.
Big-data applications—from the analysis of information in industries ranging from health care to entertainment to transportation—have large volumes of
Although reports of hacker jobs done from within organizations make the news each year, that a longtime employee, former employee, or trusted business
Former Illinois Institute of Technology Pritzker Professor of Physics Leon M. Lederman, who died on October 3 at the age of 96, is being remembered
A new study from researchers at Illinois Tech recently published in the journal Nutrients suggests that eating a meal containing one half or a whole
Rolls-Royce is well known for its world-edge technologies in building some of the most powerful and fuel-efficient aircraft engines. Illinois Tech’s
Qing-Chang Zhong , Max McGraw Endowed Chair of Energy and Power Engineering and Management, has received two grants totaling $638,809 from the
Hamid Arastoopour (M.S. GE ’75, Ph.D. ’78), Henry R. Linden Professor of Engineering and director of the Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy
Weslynne Ashton , associate professor of environmental management and sustainability, was recently selected as a 2018–19 Jefferson Science Fellow.