• ‘Robots are Not Immune to Bias and Injustice’

‘Robots are Not Immune to Bias and Injustice’

In Memoriam: Nabil Farhat, 1933-2020

Penn Engineering mourns the death of Dr. Nabil Farhat, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, who died on November 3, 2020. Dr. Farhat was born in Palestine on November 3, 1933, and earned a doctoral degree in 1963 in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He joined the faculty of […]

Using Lung-on-a-chip Technology to Find Treatments for Chlorine Gas Exposure

Carpick Group Collaborates with Pixelligent Technologies and Argonne National Laboratory on Department of Energy Project

Magnetic Field and Hydrogels Could Be Used to Grow New Cartilage

Penn Engineering and CHOP Researchers Receive $6 Million Grant to Make AI More Resilient to Attacks

Jordan Raney Awarded DARPA Fellowship to Develop Materials with ‘Distributed Intelligence’

‘Plenty of Beauty at the Bottom’

In Memoriam: Noah Prywes, 1925-2020

Penn Engineering mourns the death of Professor Emeritus Noah S. Prywes, pioneering researcher in the field of computer science and accomplished teacher and mentor, who passed away on September 21, 2020. Dr. Prywes was born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1925. He immigrated with his family to pre-state Israel in 1933 and later attended the Technion-Israel […]

Deep Jariwala Wins Frontiers of Materials Award

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