The Keller Center seeks to prepare all students – both engineers and non-engineers – to be leaders in an increasingly complex, technology-driven society. The center is creating new courses and strengthening existing ones that go beyond purely technical subjects to provide students a broader understanding of the global economic, environmental and cultural forces that shape and are shaped by technology. At the same time, the center is improving students’ technical education by exposing them to real engineering projects throughout their four years, through internships, entrepreneurial opportunities, and multidisciplinary courses.

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  • Graphic with text "Commendation for Outstanding Teaching".

    Faculty commended for outstanding teaching

  • An advanced chip taped out surrounded by a gold square surrounded by a large array of gold pins.

    Built for AI, this chip moves beyond transistors for huge computational gains

  • Two students stand at a podium during a presentation

    Haerther fellowship program prepares students to tackle society’s most challenging problems

  • Two students talk in front of large white board covered with sticky notes and writing.

    ‘Impact far greater than they imagined’

  • Graphic with text "Commendation for Outstanding Teaching".

    Faculty commended for outstanding teaching

  • Researcher wearing goggles operates a laser surrounded by lab equipment

    Turning breakthroughs into lasting solutions


  • July 18

    10:30 am

    Tiger Challenge: Social Impact Showcase

  • July 30

    2:30 pm

    eLab Demo Day 2024: Princeton

  • August 01

    5:00 pm

    eLab Demo Day 2024: New York City


  • John Danner

    John Danner

  • Shahram Hejazi

    Shahram Hejazi

  • Rakefet Kasdin

    Rakefet Kasdin

  • Chris Kuenne

    Christopher Kuenne

  • Derek Lidow

    Derek Lidow

  • Michael Littman

    Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • Stephen Lyon

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Sharad Malik

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Margaret Martonosi

    Computer Science

  • Dennis Strigl

  • Ed Zschau