Electrical & Computer Engineering Spotlights

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student in red shirt working on robot

Jul 18, 2018

RoboCup@Home Competition

Written by Anas Abou Allaban, a fourth year BS Electrical & Computer Engineering student. About me Anas Abou Allaban is a fourth year Electrical & Computer Engineering student with a minor in Mathematics. Originally from Syria, however, born and raised in Cambridge, MA. He has completed a co-op at iRobot as Lead SEIT Intern and […]

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group of students in front of Intel headquarters

Jul 11, 2018

Technical Innovation and Product Prototyping in Silicon Valley

Written by Anja Deric, a second year BS in electrical engineering student. About me Anja Deric is a second year student pursuing a BS in electrical engineering. She is a member of the Science Squad, the Husky Volunteer Team, and a peer mentor for Cornerstone of Engineering. She is also the Honors Living Learning Assistant […]

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Jun 26, 2018

Thriving in an Entrepreneurial Community

Maddy Leger, BS Computer Engineering 2018, sought out the Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education’s Generate program—a student-led product development studio—to acquire more experience in program management. At the suggestion of a friend, Leger joined as a project lead working with an all-volunteer student staff that helps students, alumni, and staff develop products and startup […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 13, 2018

Passion for Learning, Teaching

After being accepted into Northeastern’s prestigious University Scholars Program for his outstanding high school performance, Delaware native Thurston Brevett, BS Electrical and Computer Engineering 2018, intended to take full advantage of the College of Engineering’s top academics and well-known experiential learning programs to make the most of his degree. A fan of tinkering with remote-controlled […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 04, 2018

Vacation Time Leads to New Business

Christopher Kenyon, BS, Computer Engineering/Computer Science, 2017 andDouglas Franklin, BS, Computer Engineering, 2016—When Kevin Corliss, Christopher Kenyon, and Douglas Franklin entered their first professional careers, they each encountered the same dilemma: Although they had earned paid vacation time, they were discouraged from using it. “There was this sense that you weren’t a dedicated worker if […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

May 15, 2018

‘Autonomous’ Choices

Antonio Rufo’s, BS Computer Engineering 2014 and MS Computer Engineering 2017, College of Engineering journey at Northeastern began when he was in high school as part of Northeastern’s FIRST Robotics team, and carried him to where he is today: in a top position in Silicon Valley working on one of the high-tech industry’s most cutting-edge […]

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student on summit of mountain in africa

Jan 17, 2018

East African Solar Energy Co-op in Tanzania

Written by Jordan Massa, a fourth year Computer Engineering student with a Global Social Entrepreneurship minor. About me Jordan Massa is a fourth year Computer Engineering student with a Global Social Entrepreneurship minor. On campus, she is an RA and TA for Global Social Enterprise. Before her internship in Tanzania, she spent her first co-op […]

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Dec 06, 2017

ECE Student Receives Schwarzman Scholarship

Student Brett Daley, BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2018—has been named a Schwarzman Scholar, enabling him to complete a master’s degree at Tsinghua University in China. Source: News @ Northeastern Northeastern senior Brett Daley says artificial intelligence will be the defining technology of the 21st century. Throughout his Northeastern experience, he’s conducted advanced machine learning […]

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