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Feb 28, 2022

2.1M DOD Award to Develop Clean Energy Technology

ECE Professor Matteo Rinaldi, who is director of the Northeastern SMART Center and the Kostas Nanotechnology Lab, has been awarded a $2.1 million grant from the Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) for “High-Performance and Miniaturized Greenhouse Gas Sensor for Drone-based Remote Sensing.” The grant is part of the OPEN 2021 program, which […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 28, 2022

Sternad awarded $3M NIH-MERIT Award for Human Control of Complex Objects

Dagmar Sternad, University Distinguished Professor of Biology, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Physics, and Core Faculty in the Institute for Experiential Robotics, has been awarded a five-year $3M Merit Award from the National Institutes of Health to investigate human sensorimotor control of dynamically complex objects.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 25, 2022

Handling Both Routing and Caching Effectively

ECE Associate Professor Stratis Ioannidis and Professor Edmund Yeh were awarded a patent for “Joint routing and caching method for content delivery with optimality guarantees for arbitrary networks.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Feb 25, 2022

Combined Overtone Resonators for the mmWave Spectrum

ECE Professor Matteo Rinaldi was awarded a patent for “Aluminum nitride combined overtone resonators for the mmWave spectrum.” Abstract Source: USPTO A resonator system is provided in which a combined overtone resonator device is excited with a two-dimensional mode of mechanical vibration in a cross sectional plane of a piezoelectric plate in response to an […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 16, 2022

Ostadabbas Receives NSF CAREER Grant for Early Detection of Autism

ECE Assistant Professor Sarah Ostadabbas was awarded a $600K NSF CAREER grant for “Learning Visual Representations of Motor Function in Infants as Prodromal Signs for Autism.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 14, 2022

Self-Powered Sensorial ‘Skin’ the Future of Motion and Gesture Recognition

Groundbreaking research on flexible photodetectors with computational powers by Canek Fuentes-Hernandez, associate professor, electrical and computer engineering (ECE), and Gregory D. Abowd, dean of the College of Engineering and professor of ECE, has been published in npj Flexible Electronics. The researchers developed a new approach to achieve motion and gesture recognition using arrays of thin and flexible organic photodetectors distributed in space.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 08, 2022

Computer PhD Alum to Lead SAIL

Alumnus and Draper GEM Fellow Will Tomlinson, PhD’18, Computer Engineering, is named director of the Software and Application Innovation Lab (SAIL) at Boston University. Related News: Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Community Service Creating a Safer Way to Transmit Data Overcoming the Odds

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 08, 2022

3G must die so 5G can live

ECE William Lincoln Smith Professor Tommaso Melodia was featured in the Vox article “3G must die so 5G can live.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering