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Undergraduate Student Town Hall

Good evening, everybody, and welcome to this undergraduate town hall on student life and solving for fall. My name is Matthew Bauer. I’m with DSL Communications, and I’ll be the moderator for tonight’s session. As you may be able to tell from underneath the video screen, we are crowdsourcing and upvoting questions. And behind the

Graduate Student Town Hall

Welcome, everybody, and good evening. Welcome to the town hall for MIT graduate students on student life and solving for the fall. My name is Matthew Bauer. I’m with the Division of Student Life, and I’ll be the moderator for tonight’s session. Please note that under the video screen, there is an interface for crowdsourcing

School of Engineering Faculty Profile Ian Foulds

Microsystems operate differently than their macroscale counterparts. Different forces and different material property scale differently as you go down in size. Your volume-to-surface area ratio changes and so as things get really small, things like mass becomes less important, surface forces like electrostatics becomes more important. There’s a lot of different very interesting sensors and