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SEAS++

Computer Science joins Yale Engineering.

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Digital Field Guide to Cancer Cells

Yale biomedical engineer has compiled some of the most sophisticated data yet on the elaborate signaling networks directing highly invasive cancer cells.

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From 'Paper' to 'Plastic'

In collaboration with the CEID, a French professor brings a literary train to life with a 3D Printer.

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Changing Electron Trajectories

Engineers develop a novel technique to artificially alter a material’s atomic properties by substantially modifying the orbital properties of electrons.

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Novel Microchip Technology

New microdevice capable of detecting 42 unique immune effector proteins, a record number for a single-cell protein secretion assay.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
Daniel Spielman
Henry Ford II Professor of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics

Daniel Spielman's research interests include the design and analysis of algorithms, graph theory, machine learning, error-correcting codes and combinatorial scientific computing. His focuses on the development of extremely fast algorithms for large computational problems often found in machine learning, scientific computing, and optimization. His work has broad application in the transfer of digital information.