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School of Engineering & Applied Science

Building Innovative Solutions

Problem solvers and innovators—at Yale’s School of Engineering & Applied Science (SEAS), faculty members and students put technology to work for people. They bring cutting-edge technology, computation, and applied science to bear on the problems that matter most, alongside colleagues in every discipline at Yale. Your gifts to SEAS can accelerate critical research and teaching—and bring us closer to solving humanity’s greatest challenges.

Bridging Disciplines to Solve Problems

Engineering is at its best when it frames technological advancement in the context of addressing critical societal needs. The faculty, researchers, and students in our laboratories collaborate with partners across campus to develop new materials, engineer tissues, build photon-powered machinery, and much more—always with the end goal of finding solutions that improve the human condition. Your support of faculty positions, research funds, and equipment can accelerate discovery at SEAS and its impact on the world.

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Youngeun Kim ’26 PhD

December 21, 2020

Building Better AI

Aiming to produce more efficient artificial intelligence, Youngeun Kim ’26 PhD is turning to the human brain for inspiration.
Y burst

August 5, 2019

Ruzica Piskac Named the Dubinsky Associate Professor of Computer Science

Ruzica Piskac, a member of the Yale faculty since 2013, has been appointed the Dubinsky Associate Professor of Computer Science at Yale.
Aerial view to the north from 100 College St., the future home of the Wu Tsai Institute.

February 16, 2021

Wu Tsai Institute Unravels the Mysteries of Cognition

A transformative gift from Joseph C. Tsai ’86, ’90 JD and Clara Wu Tsai will launch a new neuroscience institute at Yale.
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