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Caltech Division of Engineering and Applied Science

Robots Compete Underground in DARPA Challenge. 12-06-19 A robot named Balto designed and built by undergraduate students at Caltech working with graduate students at Caltech and JPL, which Caltech manages for NASA, took to the field in the first phase of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Subterranean (SubT) Challenge this summer, where the Caltech-JPL team took second place.


Caltech Computing + Mathematical Sciences | Graduate Students

Caltech Engineering and Applied Science - Computing + Mathematical Sciences


Caltech Computing + Mathematical Sciences

Welcome. The Computing + Mathematical Sciences (CMS) Department is nestled in the heart of Pasadena on the beautiful Caltech campus. CMS is home to outstanding students and researchers who share a passion for science and engineering, as well as a drive to investigate the most challenging, fundamental problems in computation and information.


Computing & Mathematical Sciences

Week 1 Get settled in and meet people inside and outside of Annenberg - Check in with Maria (office key, id, …) - Come to lunch today to meet folks in the department!


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Caltech Division of Engineering and Applied Science

Caltech Engineering and Applied Science faculty work at the edges of fundamental science to invent the technologies of the future.


Engineering for Space Exploration - NAE - Caltech

Engineering for Space Exploration A Mini-Symposium in Conjunction with the NAE Regional Meeting. National Academy of Engineering Engineering and Applied Science Division, Caltech


Caltech Division of Engineering and Applied Science | News

Bees "Surf" Atop Water. 11-20-19 Chris Roh, Research Engineer, working with Professor Morteza Gharib, discovered a unique way that bees navigate the interface between water and air.When a bee lands on water, the water sticks to its wings, robbing it of the ability to fly. However, that stickiness allows the bee to drag water, creating waves that propel it forward."I was very excited to see


The Wouk Lecture :: Division of Engineering & Applied Science

March 15, 2019 Baxter Lecture Hall map Reception, 3:30 p.m. Lecture, 4:00 p.m.. Building the Computational Future Computation is a powerful force that we're only just beginning to understand and harness, but that seems destined to define much of the future of science, technology and in the end our whole civilization.


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