Tata Center announces new projects for 2016-2017

May 3, 2016

The new Tata Center projects for 2016-2017 are:

  • Modeling Low-Carbon Development Pathways for India: Valerie Karplus of the MIT Sloan School of Management and Niven Winchester of the MIT Energy Initiative
  • Rapid Diagnostic Tests for Zika, Dengue, and Chikungunya Viruses in India: Lee Gehrke of the Institute for Medical Engineering
  • Gastrointestinal Drug Delivery Device for Tuberculosis Treatment: Robert Langer of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Giovanni Traverso of Harvard Medical School
  • Advanced Motors for Appliances: James Kirtley of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Continuously Learning Geospatial Services for Community Health Workers: Deb Roy of the MIT Media Lab and Prabhjot Singh of the Arnhold Institute for Global Health
  • Scale-up and Implementation of Shock Electrodialysis for Water Purification: Martin Bazant of the Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Implants for Cost-Effective and Accessible Intraperitoneal Delivery of Chemotherapy: Michael Cima of the Lemelson-MIT Program
  • Scale-up and Deployment of Pulmonary Disease Diagnostic Tools: Richard Fletcher of the D-Lab
  • Devulcanization of Waste Rubber for Reuse in New Tires: Bradley Olsen of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Greg Stephanopolous of the Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Asha and Anganwadi Kit for Public Health Screening and Surveillance: Richard Fletcher of the D-Lab
  • Real-time Flood Mapping for Disaster Management Decision Support in Chennai: Miho Mazereeuw of the Department of Architecture
  • Evaluating Off-Grid Hydro Energy Systems in Irregular Channel Flow for Intensive Agriculture in Developing Countries: James Wescoat of the Department of Architecture and Afreen Siddiqi of the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society
  • Low-Cost Oral Cancer Screening Device: Ramesh Raskar of the MIT Media Lab

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