ECE Professor Mario Sznaier has been elevated to an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to identification of switched systems and multiobjective control. IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for...
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November 26, 2018
November 15, 2018
ECE Professor Mario Sznaier is a co-PI for a $7.5M DOD grant, in collaboration with The University of Texas at Austin and Princeton University, for a Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) project aimed at developing artificial intelligence for UAVs.
August 30, 2018
ECE Professors Octavia Camps and Mario Sznaier, in collaboration with Constantino Lagoa and David Conroy from Pennsylvania State University, were awarded a $500K NSF grant for "Data Driven...
July 31, 2018
ECE Professors Octavia Camps and Mario Sznaier were awarded a $500K NSF grant for "Dynamic and Statistical Based Invariants on Manifolds for Video Analysis." Abstract Source: NSF Computer...
May 1, 2018
Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2017-2018 academic school year. Faculty Fellow Guohao Dai, BioE...
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.