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May 22, 2024

Enhancing AR/VR Performance in 5G Networks

ECE Professor Edmund Yeh and Associate Professor Dimitrios Koutsonikolas, in collaboration with Mai Vu from Tufts University, were awarded a $600,000 NSF grant for “TARGET: Latency-aware Edge Computing for VR/AR in 5G and Beyond Networks.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

May 22, 2024

CEE Students Receive NCSEA Foundation Diversity in Structural Engineering Scholarship

CEE students Baiyu Chen, PhD’27, Shun Lei Yee, E’25, and Santa Flores Alvarez, MS’24, were named recipients of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) Foundation Diversity in Structural Engineering Scholarships.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

May 22, 2024

Bioengineering Alum and Diagnostics Company Co-Founder Sees Promise in New MRI Technology

Codi Gharagouzloo, PhD’16, bioengineering, started his pursuit of a cure for cancer as a research assistant for BioE and ChE Affiliated Professor Srinivas Sridhar. With support from BioE Affiliated Professor Craig Ferris, Gharagouzloo was able to co-found his own company and determine possible applications for the new QUTE-CE MRI technology.

Bioengineering

May 21, 2024

New Study Finds That Microplastics Reduce the Efficiency of Removing Carbon Dioxide from the Atmosphere

MES/COS/CEE Professor Aron Stubbins co-authored a new study, published in Marine Chemistry, which shows that microplastics slow down the ocean’s natural carbon sink process. This is reducing the ocean’s ability to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, which impedes it from helping offset the climate crisis.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Hameed Metghalchi

May 20, 2024

Metghalchi Selected as HelioCon Featured Researcher

MIE Professor Hameed Metghalchi was selected as a Featured Researcher by the Heliostat Consortium for Concentrating Solar-Thermal Power, and was invited to join the HelioCon Board of Advisors.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

May 20, 2024

Preparing Autonomous Vehicles for the Mainstream Market

ECE/Khoury Assistant Professor Michael Everett explains why current autonomous vehicle technology isn’t ready for the mainstream market. The autonomy kits used on these vehicles aren’t precise enough to meet safety standards, he says.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Rebecca Willits

May 20, 2024

Enhancing Diversity in Engineering Departments

ChE Professor and Chair Rebecca Willits’ research on “Framework for Department-Level Accountability To Diversify Engineering” was published in Nature Reviews Bioengineering.

Chemical Engineering

Miriam Leeser

May 20, 2024

Leeser Delivers Keynote at FCCM 2024

ECE Professor Miriam Leeser gave a keynote speech on “Pets vs Cattle: Heterogeneous Systems in the 21st Century” at the 32nd IEEE International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines.

Electrical & Computer Engineering