Thanks to all of you who attended the 2005 HIP meeting. The 2006 event will take place on Nov 16th and 17th.
You can see the agenda from the 2005 meeting here.
For information about corporate membership, go here.
For general information, contact Tristen Hubbard.
HIP, an initiative of Harvard's Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences (DEAS), is aimed at fostering mutually beneficial relationships between outside groups and our interdisciplinary research groups in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.
We aim to:
- bring together graduate students, faculty and industrial liaisons through collaborative research, periodic workshops, on-site visits, and summer internships;
- promote research on issues related to information technology, including network technologies, collaborative systems, and high-performance system design and analysis;
- offer a forum to explore long-range technology trends and challenges in information technology;
- enable technology transfer with industry.
Harvard's faculty in computer science investigate a wide range of topics, including ground-breaking work in provably secure cryptography, the implementation of sensor nets, developments at the interface of economics and computer science, and discoveries in VLSI. To learn more go here.
Electrical Engineering (EE) at Harvard covers a range of topics, from devices to systems. The emphasis on practice infused with fundamental science and mathematics offers ample research opportunities, both theoretical and experimental, at the forefront of the field and its interdisciplinary applications. Traditionally preeminent in control theory and robotics, EE at Harvard has actively grown to incorporate new research programs and advances in information technology. To learn more go here.
A complete list of our faculty, listed by specific research areas is available online and in print.
HIP member companies have an opportunity to work directly with Harvard faculty and students and to share resources. Through participation by their executives and experienced technical staff, they also advise and guide research directions and curriculum development.
invitation to our annual workshop
access to technical reports
access to students and faculty
an opportunity to influence research directions in information
technology at Harvard
How to Join
A company that financially supports any of our faculty members is an automatic member of HIP. Companies may also join HIP by providing broader-based financial support for research and educational activities. To request more information, please send us an email.
About Harvard Engineering and Applied Sciences
The Harvard Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences (DEAS) is dedicated to the pursuit of interdisciplinary education and research in science and technology.
To learn more visit www.deas.harvard.edu.