Two Northeastern PhD students won a 2017 Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (RERC on AAC) Award. Fernando Quivira and Matt Higger’s Shuffle...
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September 6, 2017
September 1, 2017
ECE Professor Deniz Erdogmus has been awarded a grant for $500K over 3 years for an "EEG-Guided Electrical Stimulation for Immersive Virtual Reality" project.
May 24, 2017
ECE Associate Professor Deniz Erdogmus and PhD students Matt Higger & Fernando Quivira won 1st place at the 2017 RESNA Student Research & Design Competition for their project called Shuffle...
May 5, 2017
ECE PhD students Matt Higger and Fernando Quivira have won first place in the RESNA Student R&D Competition with their project, Shuffle Speller: User-Adaptive Spelling. This system was primarily...
October 27, 2016
ECE Associate Professors Denis Erdogmus and Yingzi Lin were each awarded $50K NSF I-Corps grants, which allow for the commercialization of technology previously supported by NSF.
August 18, 2016
ECE Assistant Professor Stratis Ioannidis, Associate Professor Deniz Erdogmus, and Professor Jennifer Dy were awarded an $800K NSF grant to create an "Assistive Integrative Support Tool for Retinopathy of Prematurity".
March 22, 2016
23 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY17 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 12 different projects representing over $600K dollars of investment in research.
September 30, 2015
ECE Associate Professor Deniz Erdogmus was featured on the cover of IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering for "Language-Model Assisted Brain Computer Interface for Typing: A Comparison of Matrix and Rapid Serial Visual Presentation".
September 24, 2015
The COE Undergraduate Research Lab fair gathered hundreds of students eager to learn about the research opportunities available to them.
September 16, 2015
ECE Associate Professors Denis Erdogmus, Gunar Schirner, & Taskin Padir awarded $603K NSF grant to develop a Hand Augmentation using Nested Decision (HAND) for those with lost limb function.