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  • July 28, 2016

    ECE professors Mario Sznaier, Octavia Camps, Ali Abur, & Edmund Yeh, MIE assistant professor Jacqueline Griffin, CEE professor Jerome Hajjar, COS professor Lisa Feldman Barrett, CCIS professor...

  • May 10, 2015

    ECE Professor Octavia Camps' work on video surveillance and airport security programs has been featured in a recent New York Times article, titled " Airport Security Advances Clash With Privacy Issues ."

  • April 15, 2015

    Northeastern hosted an Open House for high-school seniors who have been accepted into our program. Between the two dates, over 300 visited the department and toured the labs.

  • September 19, 2014

    Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May visited ALERT’s Robust Systems Lab & Advanced Imaging Technology Lab before serving as a keynote speaker on human trafficking and slavery .

  • August 8, 2014

    ECE Professors Octavia Camps, Mario Sznaier, & CEE Associate Professor Ferdinand Hellweger were awarded a $380K NSF grant to use OUR Charles to generate models of high volume nonlinear data steams.

  • August 6, 2014

    Congratulations to CEE Associate Professor Ferdi Hellweger, along with colleagues in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, Prof. Octavia Camps, and Prof. Mario Sznaier, Principal Investigator, who were awarded a $380K NSF grant for their project " Robust Identification and Model Validation for a Class of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems and Applications ."

  • August 22, 2013

    Electrical & Computer Engineering Professors Octavia Camps and Mario Sznaier were awarded a $455K National Science Foundation grant to study "Dynamic Invariants for Video Scenes...

  • December 18, 2012

    ECE Professor Mario Sznaier was presented with the 2012 IEEE Control Systems Society Distinguished Member Award for his scientific contributions to multi objective robust control, dynamic vision & imaging, and identification and for his outstanding service.

  • September 9, 2009

    ECE Professors Mario Sznaier and Octavia Camps have won a $415K NSF grant to develop new methods to extract information very sparsely encoded in extremely high dimensional data streams, with applications to aware environments, autonomous vehicles and systems biology.