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The George Washington University announces new GW Trustworthy AI Initiative.

 

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GW TAI is leading the way in trustworthy AI in systems and for society.

 

 

 

Designing Next-generation Computing Architectures

August 31, 2023

In Spring 2023, Professor Ahmed Louri was awarded three new National Science Foundation awards to continue researching and designing next-generation computing architectures.

Investigating Entropy Oxide Memristors for Software-Equivalent Neuromorphic Computing

August 30, 2023

Dr. Gina Adam has received an NSF CAREER award to work on new materials and device designs for more reliable synaptic devices to support neuromorphic hardware in the future.

Solving Urban Air Mobility Safety Concerns Through Innovative Research

August 30, 2023

Professor Peng Wei was awarded a $1.2M grant by NSF’s Cyber-physical Systems Program to solve the current safety challenges surrounding the emerging area of urban air mobility applications.

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THE STATE OF

ENGINEERING for women

 

GW Engineering beats the national average for women pursuing engineering degrees. 

24.5%
 

National Average,
undergraduate women
in engineering
source: ASEE 2020
Engineering By
The Numbers 
)

45%
 

Women in the GW Engineering
Undergraduate class 
of 2026
(source: GW Engineering)

28%
 

National Average, graduate women in engineering,
source: ASEE 2020 Engineering By The Numbers)

34%
 

Women enrolled as GW Engineering On-Campus graduate students (source: GW Engineering Data)