ESE Thesis Defense: “Scalable Learning in Distributed Robot Teams”
BE Doctoral Dissertation: “Image Processing Techniques for Dual-Energy Contrast-Enhanced X-Ray Breast Imaging” (Kristen Lau)
CIS Seminar: “Learning with Label Noise: A Progressive Approach”
Applications for the Fall 2021 Academic Term open soon!
The Application for on-campus programs for the 2020-21 Academic Year is now available! Deadlines for Master's programs are November 15, February 1 and March 14, depending on the program. Deadlines for all Doctoral programs is December 14, 2020.
COVID-19 Admissions Update
Recognizing the challenges of teaching, learning, and assessing academic performance during the global COVID-19 pandemic, Penn’s admissions committees for graduate and professional programs will take the significant disruptions of the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 into account when reviewing students’ transcripts and other admissions materials as part of their regular practice of performing individualized, holistic reviews of each applicant. In particular, as we review applications now and in the future, we will respect decisions regarding the adoption of Pass/Fail and other grading options during the period of COVID-19 disruptions. An applicant will not be adversely affected in the admissions process if their academic institution implemented a mandatory pass/fail (or similar) system for the term or if the applicant chose to participate in an optional pass/fail (or similar) system for the term. Penn’s longstanding commitment remains to admit graduate and professional student cohorts composed of outstanding individuals who demonstrate the resilience and aptitude to succeed in their academic pursuits.
Statement on Arrest for Civil Disobedience
We pledge that an arrest record that occurred due to Black Lives Matter protest related civil disobedience will not adversely affect graduate admissions into our program.
Apply Now for the MCIT Online Program!
The application for the Fall 2021 term will open on January 6, 2021. Stay tuned!