The "I'm a Nuke!" Campaign internet video project is a series of film interviews and dialogues of the charismatic and passionate young engineers attending the 2013 ANS Student Conference. Visit the Conference website.
New Milford (N.J.) High School students explain how they used MIT OpenCourseWare to learn how to code and create games.
Miro Kazakoff GM '11, co-founder of the "The MBA Show," discusses his new venture, Testive, a developer of adaptive testing and test preparation products.
Part 2 of the Cultural Awareness Spring Training 2013
Event held on March 2, 2013, at Google HQ in Mountain View, Calif.
Description: This lecture starts with how to define useful subproblems for strings or sequences, and then looks at parenthesization, edit distance, and the knapsack problem. The lecture ends with a brief discussion of pseudopolynomial time. Instructor: Erik Demaine