In the Media

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Kevin Fu

Feb 12, 2024

New Technique Can Spy on Your Security Cameras Through Walls

ECE/Khoury Professor Kevin Fu was featured in the Interesting Engineering article “New technique can spy on your security cameras through walls” and the Tech-Fy article “Shocking! Hackers Can Spy on Your Security Camera Through Walls: New Research Exposes Massive Gap.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

aron-stubbuns

Feb 02, 2024

How Sunlight Degrades Marine Plastics

MES/COS/CEE Professor Aron Stubbins was featured in the PBS Instagram post “How Sunlight Degrades Marine Plastics.” This research was published as “Molecular Signatures of Dissolved Organic Matter Generated from the Photodissolution of Microplastics in Sunlit Seawater” in Environmental Science & Technology and “Photochemical dissolution of buoyant microplastics to dissolved organic carbon: Rates and microbial impacts” […]

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Jan 17, 2024

From the Classroom to the Economy: Northeastern University’s Institute For Experiential AI Accelerates Real-World AI Transformation

The Institute of Experiential AI was featured in the Forbes article “From The Classroom To The Economy: Northeastern University’s Institute For Experiential AI Accelerates Real-World AI Transformation.”

Jan 03, 2024

Northeastern Students Develop Robotic Boat to Attack Invasive Plants

A capstone project supervised by ECE Associate Professor Charles DiMarzio and MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb that developed an autonomous robotic boat to map the invasive hydrilla plant has been featured in The Robot Report, Hartford Courant, BNN Breaking, and Government Technology.

Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Wei Xie

Dec 07, 2023

Optimizing iPSC Manufacturing

MIE Assistant Professor Wei Xie was featured in the Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News article “Optimizing iPSC Manufacturing.”

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Josep Jornet

Nov 21, 2023

6G Could Pull Double Duty to Monitor Climate Change

The sixth generation of wireless cellular networks (6G, circa 2030) is expected not just to increase the availability, reliability, and speed of wireless networks but also serve as a major sensing infrastructure. In a recent interview by IEEE Spectrum, Josep Jornet, professor of electrical and computer engineering and associate director of the Institute for the […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Fatemeh Ghoreishi

Nov 20, 2023

New Tool for Building and Fixing Roads and Bridges: Artificial Intelligence

CEE/Khoury Assistant Professor Fatemeh Ghoreishi was featured in the New York Times article “New Tool for Building and Fixing Roads and Bridges: Artificial Intelligence.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Lucas Landherr

Nov 03, 2023

National Science Foundation Studies Whether Comics Are Better For Teaching STEM

ChE Distinguished Teaching Professor Luke Landherr was featured in the CBR article “National Science Foundation Studies Whether Comics Are Better for Teaching STEM.”

Chemical Engineering