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William Zeng, BK ‘11

William Zeng, BK ‘11

William Zeng, BK ’11 was selected as a Rhodes Scholar; he will pursue a Master of Science in mathematics and the foundations of computer science at Oxford in October.

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Restructuring the Internet

Restructuring the Internet

A multi-disciplinary team of scientists hope to develop a new type of Internet architecture whose concept is molded around today’s content-driving Internet.

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The Brain-Machine Connection: Humans and Computers in the 21st Century

The Brain-Machine Connection: Humans and Computers in the 21st Century

In the mid-20th century, José Delgado performed stunning experiments using electrical brain stimulation. Today, Delgado’s legacy is evident in the many medical devices that rely on interactions with the brain.

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PORTIA: An Integrated Approach to Network Privacy

PORTIA: An Integrated Approach to Network Privacy

PORTIA is a one of Yale’s Computer Science Departments major collaborative projects. Involving professors and professionals from across the country in many fields including law and medicine, PORTIA aims to develop new sensitive information handling technology and to create an effective conceptual framework for privacy and ethics of sensitive data.

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A Quantum Means Toward a Macro End: The Solid-State Processor

A Quantum Means Toward a Macro End: The Solid-State Processor

A team of Yale physicists led by Professor Robert Schoelkopf have advanced the field of quantum computing by constructing the first solid-state quantum processor and using it to run a search algorithm.

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Professor Daniel Spielman Wins Fulkerson Prize

Professor Daniel Spielman Wins Fulkerson Prize

Daniel Spielman was recently presented the Delbert Ray Fulkerson Prize for his groundbreaking developments in a technique called smoothed analysis, a new method of analyzing programs.

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On the Road to a Quantum Computer

On the Road to a Quantum Computer

A collaboration led by Yale professors Rob Schoelkopf, Michel Devoret, and Steven Girvin is developing a method of communication between qubits, a “quantum bus,” which could be extended to systems involving more qubits working at greater distances.

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Undergraduate Profile: Adam Bouland SM ’09:  “From Maryland to Marshall Scholar”

Undergraduate Profile: Adam Bouland SM ’09: “From Maryland to Marshall Scholar”

Adam Bouland, a 2009 Marshall Scholar, began his research career in high school at the Army Research Lab, and now plans to study math and physics at Cambridge University.

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