SystemX Alliance News

Tue, 10/03/2023
The one-armed “TidyBot” needs only a few starter examples to figure out how you like your stuff put away.
Tue, 09/26/2023
Digital doubles are becoming more powerful and accessible. What could that mean for actors – and society at large?
Wed, 09/20/2023
A Q&A with engineer Srabanti Chowdhury on what semiconductors are, why they are so important in our lives, and the vast potential of what could come next in this global and interdisciplinary industry.
Mon, 08/14/2023
Researchers show that their newly invented paints, which they produced in a wide array of colors, can reduce the need for both heating and air conditioning in buildings and other spaces, like trains and trucks for refrigerated cargo.
Tue, 08/01/2023
By tinkering with the material makeup of perovskite LEDs, a cheaper and more easily-made type of LED, Stanford researchers achieved leaps in brightness and efficiency – but saw their lights give out after a few minutes of use.
Thu, 05/18/2023
A single, multilayer, soft, and stretchable material with integrated nerve-like electronics can sense pressure, temperature, strain, and more, just like real skin.
Fri, 05/05/2023
Engineers have found a metallic compound that could bring more efficient forms of computer memory closer to commercialization, reducing computing’s carbon footprint, enabling faster processing, and allowing AI training to happen on individual devices...
Tue, 04/25/2023
This professorship was established in 1983 to support faculty in EE, by the late Mr. Ayer, founder of Applied Technologies.
Mon, 04/10/2023
Stanford researchers improve the skewering, scooping, and bite transfer steps.
Mon, 03/06/2023
Chemical engineer Zhenan Bao strives to re-create nature’s ultimate electronic system.


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