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Predicting How Materials Jam

Engineers predict the strain required to bring materials into a jammed state.

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Bug Exterminators

Researchers from Yale, Princeton, MIT, and the University of Pennsylvania aim to exterminate software bugs that open our lives to hackers and thieves.

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Cell Communication: Better in Groups

Cells can pick up chemical signals better when working with other cells — but only to a point.

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Quantum Technology on a Chip

Researchers have devised a process of nanofabrication to create a silicon chip that contains all the components needed for a quantum information processor.

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Xia Receives NSF CAREER Award

Xia will use the award to study the little-explored properties of graphene.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
Joan Feigenbaum
Grace Murray Hopper Professor of Computer Science and Economics

Joan Feigenbaum's research interests include Internet algorithms, computational complexity, security and privacy, and digital copyright. She has a long-standing interest in fundamental problems in complexity theory and cryptology, and she is co-inventor of the security-research area of "trust management." She has also worked on algorithms for massive data sets, particularly in network operations and business-to-consumer e-commerce.