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A Northeastern faculty and student team was awarded a $200K prize as a finalist for Phase 1 of the U.S. Department of Energy’s American-Made Challenges E-ROBOT Prize. In Phase 2, up to four teams (from the 10 finalists) will receive a $500K award. The team’s submission proposed development of a Precise Air-sealing Robot for Inaccessible Spaces (PARIS). The Northeastern team is advised by ECE Associate Professor Taskin Padir, CEE Assistant Professor Michael Kane, and ECE Distinguished Professor Carey Rappaport.
ECE Professor Michael Silevitch will lead a new Massachusetts program, AI Jumpstart, to connect small business owners in the state with academic faculty experts to learn how machine learning can grow their companies. Northeastern received a $2.2 million state grant that will be used primarily for high-speed computer equipment and also to provide for faculty consultants, both of which will be available to selected companies to get the pilot effort up and running. Northeastern kicked in an additional $2 million, raising the program’s total value to more than $4 million.
Sarah Brown is a true Northeastern success story: a ‘triple Husky’ who earned her bachelor’s in electrical engineering, E’11, master’s in electrical and computer engineering, ME’14, and a doctorate in electrical engineering, PhD’16. After completing her doctorate, she was awarded the University of California at Berkeley Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship and served as a postdoctoral research […]
Northeastern’s ALERT (Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats) is one of nine Department of Homeland (DHS) Security Centers of Excellence (COEs) located across the country. A multi-university center, ALERT conducts research and development for effective responses to explosives-related threats. ALERT is funded by a core grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate that equates to roughly $3.6 million a year. In addition to the Center’s ongoing core research award, DHS also provides each COE with an ability to obtain task order contracts targeted to develop specific security technologies and methods.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport & MIE/ECE Assistant Professor Jose Martinez-Lorenzo awarded a patent for the “Characterization of dielectric slabs attached to the body using focused millimeter waves.”
Computer Engineering and Computer Science BS student, Emily Belk was part of the winning team at the 2019 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Centers of Excellence (COE) Summit Grand Challenge Student Competition held on July 31st at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport and MIE/ECE Associate Professor Jose Martinez-Lorenzo are developing sensors that could replace current airport scanners to quickly scan passengers as they walk down a hallway.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport & MIE/ECE Assistant Professor Jose Martinez-Lorenzo awarded a patent for “On the move millimeter wave interrogation system with a hallway of multiple transmitters and receivers”.
Carey Rappaport, ECE Professor and deputy director of the Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT) Center, is working with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to develop quicker and more accurate scanners at airport security checkpoints.
Mahdiar Sadeghi, who recently completed a Master’s degree in ECE under the supervision of Prof. Carey Rappaport, is one of a dozen finalists in the 2018 IEEE Antennas & Propagation Symposium student Paper Competition.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport gave an invited talk in Princeton, NJ at the Dept. of Energy Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory; "Advanced Millimeter-Wave Radar Concealed Threat Person Scanning System – or, How to Design an Airport Scanner that is so Accurate that We Won’t Need Humans to Look at Images."
ECE Prof. Carey Rappaport gave three IEEE Distinguished Lectures in: Melbourne, Australia, "Electromagnetic Sensing and Treatment of Living Things: Using Microwaves to Detect and Treat Disease in Humans and Trees," in Queenstown, New Zealand, "A High Gain Toroidal Reflector Antenna for Multistatic 3D Whole Body Millimeter-Wave Imaging," and in Sydney Australia, "Multifocal Bootlace Lens Design […]
ECE Professor and ALERT Deputy Director Carey Rappaport discusses the problems with securing large venues in the wake of the recent explosion at the Ariana Grande concert.
ALERT researchers Carey Rappaport, Jose Martinez-Lorenzo, & Octavia Camps are developing cutting-edge technology that can detect suspicious behavior at airports.
ALERT members Carey Rappaport & Jose Martinez-Lorenzo awarded a patent for "Signal processing methods & systems for explosive detection & identification using electromagnetic radiation".
The IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society has selected ECE Professor Carey Rappaport as a Distinguished Lecturer for 2017 – 2019.
Ming Wang (CEE), Sara Wadia-Fascetti (CEE), & Carey Rappaport's (ECE) patent for “Roaming mobile sensor platform for collecting geo-referenced data and creating thematic maps” was nominated for the Boston Patent Law Association’s Invented Here! program.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport and MIE/ECE Assistant Professor Jose Martinez Lorenzo’s article on Improving Security Screening: A Comparison of Multistatic Radar Configurations for Human Body Imaging was one of four featured articles on the cover of IEEE Antennas & Propagation.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport was interviewed by the New York Times for his research on ground penetrating radar in the article "As Donald Trump Calls for Wall on Mexican Border, Smugglers Dig Tunnels".
VOTERS professors Ming Wang (CEE), Sara Wadia-Fascetti (CEE), & Carey Rappaport (ECE) were awarded a patent for “Roaming mobile sensor platform for collecting geo-referenced data and creating thematic maps”. Abstract Source: USPTO A roaming sensor system collects data on the condition of roads and bridge decks and identifies and maps defects, including cracks, potholes, debonding, […]
ALERT's Carey Rappaport, Jose Martinez Lorenzo, and Octavia Camps each explain the research they are conducting to make airport security checkpoints safer.
ECE Distinguished Prof. Carey Rappaport will present an invited plenary address for the International Radar Symposium of India in Bangalore on December 17, entitled: "Multistatic Array Nearfield Radar Imaging"
ECE Profs. Michael Silevitch, Carey Rappaport, and Jose Martinez (also with MIE) and ALERT’s John Beaty were awarded $1.2M two-year Task Order DHS contract to transition research from ALERT’s Advanced Imaging Technology Laboratory into technology suitable for commercialization.
ECE COE Distinguished Professor Carey Rappaport won the best Antenna Design and Application Paper award at the 9th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) in Lisbon, Portugal last week.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport was interviewed by NECN to explain how he is using microwave radar in conjunction with x-rays to get safer and more accurate images of breast tumors.
Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May visited ALERT’s Robust Systems Lab & Advanced Imaging Technology Lab before serving as a keynote speaker on human trafficking and slavery .
ECE PhD student Yolanda Rodriquez, CenSSIS Senior Research Engineer Borja Ganzalez, ECE Professor Carey Rappaport and MIE Assistant Professor Jose Martinez-Lorenzo won the Best Propagation Paper Award at the 8th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation for "A compressed sensing-based imaging system".
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport and MIE Assistant Professor Jose Martinez-Lorenzo were awarded a $200K NSF grant to develop an early breast cancer imaging system that combines 3D Microwave Nearfield Radar Imaging (NRI) and Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT).
Carey Rappaport, professor of electrical and computer engineering Rappaport and his team are developing technology for airport scanning that will make your trip through the security checkpoint faster—and that could make your flight safer. Existing millimeter wave scanners—the kind you’d walk through at any airport from Boston to Beijing—are good at distinguishing between skin and […]
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate has announced the renewal of Northeastern’s Awareness and Localization of Explosives Related Threats Center as a DHS Center of Excellence. This distinction, given to just 12 research centers in the nation, is accompanied by a five-year funding commitment, including $2.5 million in the first year. Headquartered at Northeastern, ALERT is a major consortium […]
COE faculty Andrew Myers, Jerry Hajjar, Carey Rappaport, Michael Silevitch, Sara Wadia-Fascetti, and Matthias Ruth are working on improving the sustainability of the urban environment.
More than 20 undergraduate students from eight colleges and universities throughout the country presented a host of innovative research projects on Thursday afternoon at Northeastern University. The projects, ranging from improving breast cancer imaging to preventing the progressive collapse of large concrete buildings, represented the culmination of Northeastern’s 10-week Research Experience for Undergraduates Programs, which […]
Margery Hines, a graduate student conducting research with the Northeastern University Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship for Intelligent Diagnostics (IGERT-ID) has been awarded judges’ choice in the 2012 National NSF IGERT Online Video & Poster Competition. The victory earned the IGERT-ID program a $2,000 prize. Margery is a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering, working with Carey Rappaport […]
A group of ECE graduates and professors from ALERT won the top prize of $10,000 for their entry of “Next Generation Millimeter-Wave Body Imaging for Concealed Threat Detection” in the 2012 National Security Innovation Competition.
ECE Professor Carey Rappaport was awarded a $200K NSF grant to incorporate a high resolution ground penetrating radar system into a walking robot to locate land mines and other IEDs.
The National Academy of Engineering has issued the “Grand Challenges for Engineering” which includes restoration and maintenance of urban infrastructure. CEE Professors Sara Wadia-Fascetti and Ming Wang are leading the VOTERS (Versatile Onboard Traffic mbedded Roaming Sensors) project, which will develop onboard multi-sensor technology that will detect structural flaws in roads and bridges.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Carey Rappaport is working with three of the COE Research Centers to increase the safety of this nation. He is the associate director of CenSSIS and ALERT and a lead researcher of VOTERS.