May 03, 2022
When Isabelle Brandicourt, E’23, electrical engineering, fell in love with marine biology at the age of ten, she never imagined that she would someday have the opportunity to live and work with penguins in Antarctica.
Apr 14, 2022
Nicolas Tedori, E’20, computer engineering, ME’21, electrical and computer engineering, didn’t arrive at Northeastern intending to complete both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years. But when his academic advisor told him about the PlusOne program during his third year of study in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, it made immediate sense […]
Oct 01, 2021
Advised by Octavia Camps, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering After earning his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering from Boston University, Michael Stahl joined Northeastern University’s College of Engineering to pursue his master’s in computer engineering with a concentration in digital signal processing. As a master’s student, he studied the effectiveness of a psychophysical procedure […]
Oct 01, 2021
Advised by Nian Sun, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Alexandria Will-Cole, PhD’23, electrical engineering, joined Professor Nian X. Sun’s Advanced Materials and Microsystems Lab in 2019 to pursue a PhD in Electrical Engineering at Northeastern University. Prior to her doctoral studies, she completed her MS in Materials Science and Engineering from Drexel University and […]
Oct 01, 2021
Advised by Yun Raymond Fu, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering After completing an MS in Control Engineering at Tsinghua University, Yulun Zhang, PhD’21, computer engineering, joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering PhD program at Northeastern University in 2017, working in the Synergetic Media Learning Lab, advised by Professor Yun Raymond Fu. The […]
Sep 03, 2021
Undergraduate Student’s Research Focuses on Developing Software for Drones to Enforce COVID Guidelines
UPLIFT Scholar Zachary Walker-Liang, E’25, computer engineering and computer science, conducted research as a first-year student to enable a drone to survey an area and see if people are following social distancing guidelines and wearing a mask or not and report the data. After developing the software he implemented it onto the drone.
May 03, 2021
As a freshman in the explore program, Spencer Lake Jacobs-Skolik, E’22, electrical engineering, knew that he wanted to be involved in neuroscience. He quickly realized that to study neuroscience, he’d probably need to go to grad school. And before grad school, he’d need to be involved in research. With these goals in mind, Jacobs-Skolik seized […]
Apr 27, 2021
Saul Blain, E’23, in his own words, has taken on “a whole spectrum” of responsibilities at Avolta Energy, the Costa Rican solar energy firm where he is currently on co-op.