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  • October 9, 2018

    ECE Professor Nian Sun, Associate Professor Marvin Onabajo and Assistant Professor Aatmesh Shrivastava were awarded a $1.34M NIH collaborative grant with Massachusetts General Hospital to work on nano-scale neural radio frequency identification (NanoNeuroRFID) devices for wireless neural magnetic modulation and recording.

  • September 12, 2018

    ECE Associate Professor Marvin Onabajo and Professor Yong-Bin Kim were awarded a patent for creating a "method to use on-chip temperature sensors for detection of Trojan circuits". Abstract...

  • July 9, 2018

    ECE Assistant Professor Aatmesh Shrivastava & Associate Professor Marvin Onabajo were awarded a $500K NSF grant to develop an analog computing based feature extraction system-on-a-chip with dry skin-electrode contact interface circuits for wireless EEG sensing.

  • February 6, 2018

    ECE Assistant Professor Marvin Onabajo is using his Army Research Office Young Investigator award to detect if electronic chips have been embedded with malicious Trojans.

  • January 2, 2018

    ECE Assistant Professor Marvin Onabajo was awarded a patent for “Instrumentation amplifier with digitally programmable input capacitance cancellation”. Abstract Source: USPTO An...

  • September 15, 2017

    Assistant Professor Marvin Onabajo, electrical and computer engineering, has received a $205,000 Young Investigator Award from the Army Research Office (ARO). The grant supports Onabajo’s...

  • June 28, 2017

    The Center for STEM Education kicked off its 2017 Young Scholars Program on June 26, 2017, with 26 budding scientists and engineers from high schools at a variety of cities and towns in the Greater Boston area.

  • September 24, 2015

    The COE Undergraduate Research Lab fair gathered hundreds of students eager to learn about the research opportunities available to them.

  • May 5, 2015

    Congratulations to the 2015 winners of the COE Faculty and Staff Awards.

  • January 23, 2015

    Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Marvin Onabajo was awarded a $500K CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate " Low-Power Transceiver Design Methods for Wireless Medical Monitoring ".