The Singh Center for Nanotechnology is spotlighted.
School of Engineering & Applied Science
Martin Seligman and graduate student Johannes Eichstaedt of the School of Arts and Sciences and Lyle Ungar of the School of Engineering and Applied Science are quoted about using Facebook data to predict users’ age, gender and personality traits.
When Disney Animation Studios releases its next feature film in November, the life-like quality of the images in the movie will have been produced, in part, through the work of a student at the University of Pennsylvania.
The University of Pennsylvania and Carnegie Mellon University have received a $5.65 million U.S. Department of Transportation grant for a joint research center to conduct transportation technology research and development.
The University of Pennsylvania will officially open the region’s premier facility for advanced research, education, and innovative public/private partnerships in nanotechnology on October 4.
Jerry Wind of the Wharton School comments on the integration of design and marketing and the benefits of the new Masters in Integrated Product Design degree.
In the age of social media, people's inner lives are increasingly recorded through the language they use online. With this in mind, an interdisciplinary group of University of Pennsylvania researchers is interested in whether a computational analysis of this language can provide as much, or more, insight into their personalities as traditional methods used by psychologists, such as self-reported surveys and questionnaires.
Matthew Blaze of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is mentioned for his interpretation on the U.S. government’s position on hacker Andrew Auenheimer.
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Penn’s newly constructed Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology is highlighted.