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Electrical and computer engineering

Electrical Engineering
Sparking hope for migraine relief
Published April 29, 2024
Johns Hopkins electrical engineering students are developing a device targeting the root cause of chronic headaches
Artificial intelligence
Collaborating with ChatGPT to create brain-inspired chips
Published March 4, 2024
Systems could power energy-efficient, real-time machine intelligence for next-generation autonomous vehicles, robots
Artificial intelligence
AI innovation helps create authentic, pitch perfect vocals
Published Feb 12, 2024
Neural network Diff-Pitcher, developed at Johns Hopkins University, breaks barriers in pitch-correction technology
Health equity
A fix for bias in medical imaging
Published Oct 10, 2023
Hopkins–led team finds a way to deliver clear pictures of anyone's internal anatomy, no matter their skin tone
Optica Women Scholars program honors undergraduate for work on solar cells
Published April 19, 2023
Whiting School junior Dana Kachman is one of 20 women worldwide to receive a $10,000 scholarship and access to professional development resources
New photoacoustic imaging process has potential to improve biopsies and catheter insertions
Published Dec 21, 2021
Process automates the task of tracking needle and catheter tips, provides doctors with information regarding the surrounding tissue, may reduce the risk of surgical complications and sepsis
Wearable motion sensors help predict outcomes for patients with severe brain injury
Published Dec 17, 2021
These devices record motor signals found to be correlated with levels of patient consciousness and purposeful movement and can help doctors predict patient outcomes
The science of the sound of music
Published Dec 7, 2021
Engineering students teach acoustics course at Peabody, opening a new avenue for scientific and musical collaboration
Bat-inspired artificial brain could improve submarine navigation
Published Dec 3, 2021
Postdoctoral fellow identifies area in the midbrain of bats that processes sounds, which has implications for the next generation of sonar technology
Mapping the brain to make surgery safer
Published Oct 22, 2021
Naresh Nandakumar is developing a painless, non-invasive approach using functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, to locate the eloquent cortex