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DISCOVER STEVENS

WHERE MINDS MEET MACHINES

Researchers in every department at the Charles, V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science at Stevens Institute of Technology are exploring the leading frontiers of AI-powered technologies and applications to help make our lives safer, healthier, more sustainable and more enjoyable.

Our researchers are developing new AI and machine learning techniques and applications that impact nearly every aspect of science and technology. Discover just a few of them below.

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Cybersecurity expert James Xiaojiang Du has developed, among other innovations, an IoT anomaly detection system that performs with over 97% accuracy.


RELATED RESEARCH CENTERS AND FACILITIES

At Stevens, we embrace technology as a central part of our research, academics, culture, and campus. Our tech-driven research enterprise is home to these cross-disciplinary centers and state-of-the-art facilities focused on research related to artificial intelligence, machine learning, and their real-world applications.

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Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence

The Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence (SIAI) is an interdisciplinary, tech-driven collaboration of engineering, business, systems and design experts working toward solving pressing global problems in industry and the world. The center is composed of more than 100 faculty members from all academic units at Stevens (engineering, business, systems and arts & music) researching a variety of cross-disciplinary applications in AI and machine learning.

Center for Quantum Science and Engineering

Center for Quantum Science and Engineering

The Center for Quantum Science and Engineering (CQSE) at Stevens Institute of Technology pursues innovative quantum engineering research, development and education including bringing photonic technologies into reality, networking, remote sensing, machine learning, big data processing and quantum computing.

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Research Computing Services

Stevens Institute of Technology provides advanced computing infrastructure and services for sponsored or departmental research with large-scale computing needs to all faculty members and interdisciplinary research groups within the School of Engineering and Science.

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Quantum Learning Space and Testing Facilities

The Stevens Quantum Space welcomes all students to learn, design and test innovative ideas based on the latest quantum technologies. Our state-of-the-art facilities promote innovative quantum engineering and provide a multiscale testbed for analyzing and testing new quantum devices and techniques.


RELATED PROGRAMS

The educational experience in all of our more than 150 graduate programs is designed to imbue graduates with the mindset, skills, and abilities needed to stay relevant in a rapidly-evolving technological and professional landscape. The following programs prepare graduates for fields that develop and apply the latest AI and ML technologies.

“As AI and machine learning race ahead, it’s critical to understand both the positive applications and the dangers. At Stevens, we’re helping lead the way forward on both fronts.”
Brendan Englot, DirectorStevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence
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CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION: STEVENS IS ALL IN ON AI

100+ Stevens research faculty are creating 'beneficial AI' to keep us safer and healthier, inform a greener future and weed out hate and bias.

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Join a growing research community where scholars, leaders, students, and partners meet, join forces, share ideas, and pursue progress. The Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science offers a complete STEM package: engineering and science under one roof means new, unique opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration.


More Research Highlights

2023 TechPulse Report

The third annual TechPulse Report compared trends longitudinally with Stevens’ previous TechPulse survey completed in 2021 and polled new questions specifically on Americans’ perceptions of generative AI, which has increased in popularity and controversy recently.