Optimizing operations for an unprecedented view of the universe.
Princeton scientists have developed an automated scheduler to maximize the observing power of the world's largest digital camera, the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, under construction on a remote ridge in the Chilean Andes.
University offers support to international students affected by government processing delays
For hydrogen fuel cells, mundane materials might be almost as good as pricey platinum
Princeton astrophysicist James Gunn wins Kyoto Prize
‘She Roars’ podcast talks to journalist Maria Ressa about the weaponization of social media
Board of Trustees approves five faculty appointments
Board of Trustees reaffirms strategic plan guiding Princeton University’s future
Gift from Eric and Wendy Schmidt to create a new home for computer science at Princeton University.
Historic Guyot Hall will be substantially rebuilt and expanded to create a new home for Princeton’s Department of Computer Science, thanks to a gift from Eric Schmidt ’76 and his wife, Wendy Schmidt. Planned for completion in 2026, the building will be renamed as the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Hall and will consolidate the computer science department — which is currently spread out over nine buildings — into one purpose-built space.
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