You are here

News

  • July 20, 2011
    Entrepreneur Arthur Zafiropoulo has donated $2.5M to establish a new College of Engineering endowed faculty chair, one of the highest recognitions that a faculty member can receive.
  • July 20, 2011
    ECE and CCS Associate Professor Engin Kirda was awarded a $486K NSF grant to develop tools to automatically detect when a malicious bot is trying to connect to a computer host.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • July 18, 2011
    MIE Professors Jackie Isaacs and Ahmed Busnaina have received an $1.2M NSF grant to use LCA methods to determine the ethical, legal, and societal impacts of scaling nanomanufacturing to commercial production.
    Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
  • July 18, 2011
    The American Society of Mechanical Engineers student group designed and built a solar-powered boat that placed 8th in the sprint event at the national collegiate Solar Splash competition in Iowa.
    Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
  • July 14, 2011
    MIE Professor John Cipolla is the recipient of an ASME Dedicated Service Award for his 20 years of involvement and leadership in the Center of Education at ASME.
    Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
  • July 6, 2011
    A group of capstone students, under the direction of ECE Professor Charles DiMarzio, developed a life-saving robot that searches a disaster stuck area for survivors by detecting where cell phones are.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • July 5, 2011
    MIE Professor James Benneyan and Jordan Peck won the best paper award at the 2011 Technology Management and Policy Graduate Consortium for “Using Prediction to Improve Patient Flow in a Health Care Delivery Chain”.
    Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
  • June 21, 2011
    Under the supervision of Associate Professor Masoud Salehi, a team of ECE capstone students, created a Structured Illumination Microscope that will be able to detect skin cancer much faster than today’s methods.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • June 15, 2011
    Professor Jerome Hajjar discusses emerging research at Northeastern University to develop new types of buildings and bridge systems that can help cities zones withstand hazards such as earthquakes and hurricanes.
    Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • June 15, 2011
    Robert Donahoe, EE‘85, combined his knowledge of engineering and intellectual property law to form Full Flight Technology, which improves an archers understanding of arrow speed, flight dynamics and bow performance.
    Electrical & Computer Engineering

Pages