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Enhancing Communication and Sensing at Terahertz Frequencies with Programmable Electromagnetic Surfaces
ECE Associate Professor Josep Jornet (PI), Assistant Professor Cristian Casella, Assistant Professor Ben Davaji, and Associate Research Scientist for the Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things Vitaly Petrov were awarded a $500K AFOSR grant titled “Programmable Electromagnetic Surfaces Based on Ferroelectric and Antiferroelectric Hafnium Zirconium Oxide Films and Graphene for Terahertz Communications and Sensing.”
$4 Million DARPA Grant for Ultra-Small, Fast, High-Resolution Infrared Sensors
Matteo Rinaldi, professor of electrical and computer engineering (ECE), and director of the Northeastern SMART research center, is leading a $4 million DARPA grant under the DARPA Optomechanical Thermal Imaging (OpTIm) program.
Developing Better Methods to Monitor Food Storage Temperatures
ECE Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella is developing nano and micro communication devices to monitor cold food storage temperatures.
Northeastern in Top 100 Universities with U.S. Utility Patents
For the seventh consecutive year, Northeastern University has appeared in the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) list of Top 100 Universities that were granted U.S. utility patents in 2021, cementing it as a world leader in academia and research.
Designing Self-Adaptive Next Generation RF Receivers for Heavily Crowded Electromagnetic Environments
ECE Associate Professor Marvin Onabajo, Professor Miriam Leeser, and Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella were awarded a $750K NSF grant for “Advancing Coexistence through a Cross-Layer Design Platform with an Adaptive Frequency-Selective Radio Front-End and Digital Algorithms.” The research lays the groundwork for enhanced radio frequency communication systems that make use of real-time tuning to adapt to different spectrum environments for higher interference tolerance, and to provide design techniques and tools that improve the coexistence of wireless devices.
Using Subharmonic Tags to Sense and Navigate
ECE Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella, in collaboration with Rogers Corporation, received a grant for $148K for “Subharmonic Tags on Magneto-Dielectric Substrates.”
Xuanyi Zhao wins best student paper award at IEEE EFTF/IFCS 2022
ECE student Xuanyi Zhao, PhD’23, advised by Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella, won the best student paper award at the 2022 Joint conference of the European Frequency and Time Forum & the IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium (IEEE EFTF/IFCS 2022) in Paris for his paper on “Improving Thermal Linearity and Quality Factor of AlScN Contour Mode […]
Piezoelectric Cross-Sectional Lame Mode Transformer
ECE Professor Matteo Rinaldi and Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella were awarded a patent for “Piezoelectric cross-sectional Lamé mode transformer.”
Creating a Mass-Producible Ising Machine for Quantum-like Computing and Optimization at Room Temperature
ECE Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella, in collaboration with Prof. Philip Feng from the University of Florida, has been awarded a $500K NSF grant on “Massive Scale Computing and Optimization through On-chip ParameTric Ising MAchines (OPTIMA)”.
Subharmonic Tag for Wireless Sensing
ECE PhD student Hussein Hussein, Professor Matteo Rinaldi, Associate Professor Marvin Onabajo, and Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella had their research on “A chip-less and battery-less subharmonic tag for wireless sensing with parametrically enhanced sensitivity and dynamic range” published in Scientific Reports from the Nature group.
Cassella Receives NSF CAREER Award to Exchange Massive Data in Crowded in Noisy Mediums
Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella, electrical and computer engineering, received a $409K NSF CAREER award for “Giant Tunability through Piezoelectric Resonant Acoustic Metamaterials for Radio Frequency Adaptive Integrated Electronics”.
Using Two-Dimensional Mode Resonators for High Frequency Filtering
ECE Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella as awarded a patent for “Two-dimensional mode resonators”.
Rinaldi and Cassella Awarded Patent for “Microelectromechanical Resonant Circulators”
ECE Associate Professor Matteo Rinaldi and Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella were awarded a patent for “Microelectromechanical resonant circulator”.
Applied Physics Letters Featured Article
ECE Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella recently had his article, Aluminum Nitride Two-Dimensional-Resonant-Rods accepted in Applied Physics Letters Journal.
Cassella Receives NSF Award to Enable Longer Battery Lifetime and Next-Generation Micro- and Nano-Sensors
ECE Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella (PI), Associate Professor Marvin Onabajo, and Associate Professor Matteo Rinaldi received a $437K NSF award from the CCSS-Comms Circuits & Sens Sys program for “Fully Integrated Parametric Filters for Extensive Phase-Noise Reduction in Low-Power RF Front-Ends and Resonant Sensing Platforms.” The research program aims to exploit, for the first time, […]
New Faculty Spotlight: Cristian Cassella
Cristian Cassella joins the Electrical & Computer Engineering department in August 2018 as an Assistant Professor.
Rinaldi & McGruer Featured on Cover of Nature Nanotechnology
ECE Associate Professor Matteo Rinaldi and Professor Nicol McGruer’s research on “Zero-power infrared digitizers based on plasmonically enhanced micromechanical photoswitches” was featured on the cover of Nature Nanotechnology.