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Jun 23, 2021

A Clever Robot Spies on Creatures in the Ocean’s ‘Twilight Zone’

ECE Professor Hanumant Singh was featured in the Wired.com article “A Clever Robot Spies on Creatures in the Ocean’s ‘Twilight Zone’“.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 14, 2021

Research Roundup: Advanced High-Precision GNSS

ECE Assistant Professor Pau Closas’s research was featured in the GPS World article “Research Roundup: Advanced High-Precision GNSS“.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 01, 2021

The CoCoPIE Framework from Yanzhi Wang’s Group Featured in Communications of the ACM

The CoCoPIE framework from ECE Assistant Professor Yanzhi Wang’s group is reported in the featured article “CoCoPIE: Enabling Real-Time AI on Off-the-Shelf Mobile Devices via Compression-Compilation Co-Design” in Communications of the ACM.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mar 31, 2021

Wi-Fi will soon be able to do a whole lot more than connect you to the internet

ECE Assistant Professor Francesco Restuccia was featured in the TechRadar article “Wi-Fi will soon be able to do a whole lot more than connect you to the internet.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mar 23, 2021

Autonomous Cars Drive Terahertz Research

ECE Associate Professor Josep Jornet was recently interviewed by the SPIE (the International Society for Optics and Photonics) about the use of terahertz technologies in the future of autonomous cars. The story “Autonomous cars drive terahertz research” was published in an issue of Photonics Focus.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 12, 2021

Researchers find that labels in computer vision datasets poorly capture racial diversity

ECE Professor Raymond Fu’s research was featured in the VentureBeat article “Researchers find that labels in computer vision datasets poorly capture racial diversity.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

nian sun

Sep 16, 2020

Could Breathalyzers Make Covid Testing Quicker and Easier?

ECE Professor Nian Sun was featured in the Wired.com article “Could Breathalyzers Make Covid Testing Quicker and Easier?” for his efforts in using breathalyzer like devices to detect viral particles.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mar 18, 2020

Invasion of the Bias Snatchers

ECE Assistant Professor Sarah Ostadabbas was featured in the latest issue of Northeastern’s Litmus podcast “Invasion of the Bias Snatchers,” about how her research is using computers to simulate how people sleep.

Electrical & Computer Engineering