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Apr 02, 2018

In With the New: the Green Line Fleet is Getting Bigger

CEE Professor Peter Furth was quoted in the Daily Free Press article “In with the new: the Green Line fleet is getting bigger.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mar 19, 2018

Why did Miami bridge collapse? More than one reason likely

CEE Professor Ming Wang was interviewed by NBC News in the article “Why did Miami bridge collapse? More than one reason likely” for the safety systems that should be in place during the installation of new bridges.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mar 12, 2018

Cutting Edge: Robot Designed to Make Aging Easier

ECE Associate Professor Taskin Padir was interviewed in WCVB's "Cutting Edge: Robot Designed to Make Aging Easier" about how the robot Frasier could help the elderly in their home.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mar 05, 2018

Highway Breakdown: Unclear Signs, Poor Lines Lead to Confusion on I-95

CEE Professor Peter Furth was interviewed by NECN in the article “Highway Breakdown: Unclear Signs, Poor Lines Lead to Confusion on I-95” for his expertise in traffic safety.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mar 01, 2018

Airport Security Screening Goes to School

ECE Professor Michael Silevitch was featured in the Wall Street Journal Article “Airport Security Screening Goes to School” for his research in airport security during checkpoints.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Feb 27, 2018

Northeastern Professor Creates New Way to Help Cities Recover from Disasters

MIE Professor Ozlem Ergun’s research was featured on the cover of the Metro Boston article “Northeastern professor creates new way to help cities recover from disasters”.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Feb 17, 2018

CEE Professor offers alumni perspectives on AI in MIT News

CEE Professor Ganguly was quoted in an MIT news article entitled “Alumni call on MIT to champion artificial intelligence education“. Ganguly and his PhD students work on developing and adapting AI (especially, Machine Learning) tools for climate, sustainability, infrastructures, and security studies. A work led by Ganguly’s PhD student Thomas J. Vandal on Deep Learning […]

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Feb 13, 2018

For postdocs looking to break into entrepreneurship, this MIT fellowship is helping light the way

ChE Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes was recently interviewed and featured in the Science article "For postdocs looking to break into entrepreneurship, this MIT fellowship is helping light the way" on the Translational Fellowship Program he took part in as a post doc. The program supplemented his employment at MIT to explore the translational potential and […]

Chemical Engineering