Anticipating heart failure with machine learning Many health issues are tied to excess fluid in the lungs. A new algorithm can detect the severity by looking at a single X-ray.
The Siebel Scholars Foundation today announced the recipients of the 2021 Siebel Scholars award. Now in its 20th year, the Siebel Scholars program annually recognizes nearly 100 exceptional students from t
Data Science Competition Will Award $200,000 in Cash Prizes C3.ai Continues to Invest in COVID-19 Research to Mitigate Future Pandemics and Support Innovation for Public Good Redwood City
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to skyrocket, healthcare researchers around the world are working tirelessly to discover new life-saving medical innovations. The projects these companies are working o
In the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the application of digital technologies is leading us to the cusp of a revolution in medicine. Siebel Scholar Ludovic Vincent (’14) finds himself right in the middle, helping to build gene
With his heart set on pursuing the scientific and political aspects of solar energy, Dr. Arthur Marronnier (Class of 2018) found himself dreaming of being able to spray a solar cell on any surface and revamping public policy fo
Despite pouring resources into infrastructure security, the United States lacks a “chain of command” for dealing with a major cyberattack on the power grid, according to former Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
The Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign today announced a $25 million lead gift to establish the Siebel Center for Design. The new two-story building will be a campuswide hub
This startup sits at the intersection of electronics, optics, energy efficiency, and the Internet. It is where more than a decade of academic research meets a multibillion-dollar market. This is the story of Ayar Labs, a compan
The startup Turi, co-founded by Siebel Scholar Carlos Guestrin (Stanford, CS ’02), was acquired by Apple earlier this month. Guestrin, chief exe
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research awarded a research grant to Siebel Scholar Somin Eunice Lee (UC Berkeley Bioengineering ’10). Somin was one
Benjamin Heymann, École Polytechnique Alumnus (Class of 2009) and currently PhD candidate at the Center of Applied Mathematics (École Polytechnique /