Scientists and industry leaders alike have hypothesized that we are reaching the limits of our ability to design faster computational systems using traditional hardware like transistors. While quantum computing is a tantalizing solution to this problem, the technology is not yet ready for the… more
hilipp Simons received this IMES Graduate Fellowship and will be joining Professor Rupp's group.
"The Broshy Graduate Fellowship program aims to support the research and education of an exceptional graduate student whose work focuses on… more
Professor Jennifer Rupp, together with graduate student Philipp Simons and Dr. Kunjoong Kim, have won the 2018 Displaying Futures Award by Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany for their research "On-chip all-solid-state glucose micro fuel cell for energy harvesting in the human body." Every year,… more
Ensuring that her research contributes to society’s well-being is a major driving force for Jennifer Rupp. “Even if my work is fundamental, I want to think about how it can be useful for society,” says Rupp, the Thomas Lord Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Assistant… more
Hosted annually by our friends at MPC, Materials Day includes a topical symposium followed by a student poster session. This year the symposium will be broad in scope and will involve primarily speakers from MIT. The theme will be Frontiers in Materials Research. Presentations will be given by speakers who represent MIT’s new generation of leaders in material research. more
Professor Jennifer Rupp will start as Assistant Professor in January 2017. She is a French and German native and currently an Assistant Professor of Electrochemical Materials at ETH Zurich in Switzerland. She studied at the University of Vienna before receiving a Ph.D. in Materials at ETG Zurich… more