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University Distinguished Professor and W.L. Smith Chair Vincent Harris of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering will deliver two keynote addresses at the 10th International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies and the 11th International Conference on High-Performance Ceramics in 2019 on the topic of advanced functional ceramics.
ECE Professor Vincent Harris has been invited to contribute to the 30th jubilee for the Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism and the 60th jubilee for the Journal of Alloys and Compounds.
Four faculty members will have projects funded by Northeastern through the Center for Research innovation as part of a new funding initiative administered by the Center for Research Innovation. For a full description, please see this CRI announcement page. The projects and faculty awarded include: Battery-less Infrared Sensor Tags for Reliable Occupancy Sensing (BISTROS)Matteo Rinaldi, Zhenyun […]
University Distinguished Professor and William Lincoln Smith Chair Professor Vincent Harris and his PhD Student, Parisa Andalib, will head a recently funded project by GAP-360. This project will receive 50k as part of the first phase. Abstract: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an important medical tool for early diagnosis of disease. However, the efficacy for […]
Congratulations to ECE Associate Professors Kaushik Chowdhury, Raymond Fu, Matteo Rinaldi, ECE Professor Vincent Harris, and BioE Professor Jeff Ruberti whose projects were selected for Phase 1 2018 funding by Northeastern’s GapFund360 program.
ChE/MIE Professor Laura Lewis and ECE Professor Vincent Harris are working on alternatives to rare-earth metals which are used from everything from smartphones to guided missiles to reduce our reliance on China.
ECE Professor Vincent Harris was awarded a patent for his “Device and method for deep transcranial magnetic stimulation”.
ECE/ChE Professor Vincent Harris received, in collaboration with Quorvo, an $8M DARPA grant (2017-2019) for the project “MAgnetics on GaN for Next GEneration T/R Systems (MAGNETS),” which involves the Integration of active and passive elements in GaN-based transmit and receive modules.
2016 Faculty and Staff Awards Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2015-2016 academic school year. Faculty Fellow Kaushik Chowdhury, ECE Carol Livermore, MIE Marilyn Minus, MIE Rising Star Staff Award Gabrielle Fiorenza, Co-op Nicole Nightingale, Dean’s Office Outstanding Teachers […]
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris begins his month long Fulbright Fellowship at Sri Lanka's Wayamba University Nanotechnology Center starting on May 1, 2016.
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris explains what obstacles companies must address before they can make using drones to make deliveries a reality.
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris is a recipient of the 2016 TMS Functional Materials Division Distinguished Scientist/Engineer Award.
ECE Professors Vincent Harris & Carmine Vittoria awarded patent for “Voltage tuning of microwave magnetic devices using magnetoelectric transducers”.
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris was interviewed by WCVB on the use of drones to spot sharks off the coast of beaches.
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris has been selected as a Fulbright Fellow at the Nano-Technology Research Lab at the Wayamba University in Sri Lanka.
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris was awarded a patent for creating Cobalt Carbide-Based Nanoparticle Permanent Magnet Materials.
Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chemical Engineering Professor Vincent Harris was honored by the Institute of Metal Research with the Lee Hsun Lecture Award, for his significant contributions to the field of materials science and engineering. During his visit to the Institute of Metal Research, Prof. Harris exchanged his opinions on the research fields like non-rare-earth permanent materials […]
ECE & ChE Professor Vincent Harris’s company Metamagnetics, which develops radar and communication electronics for military applications, is a prime example of small companies fueling economic growth. Source: News @ Northeastern University Distinguished Professor Vincent Harris had been developing novel materials at the Naval Research Laboratory for almost 15 years when he founded Metamagnetics, a small […]
Congratulations to the recipients of this year's College of Engineering Faculty and Staff awards. Outstanding Teachers of First Year Engineering Students: Thomas Gilbert, Chemistry; Susan Freeman, Engineering; John Lindhe, Mathematics; Bala Maheswaran, Physics Martin W. Essigmann Outstanding Teaching Award: Nader Jalili, MIE; Carolyn Lee-Parsons, ChE Outstanding Cooperative Education Coordinator Award: George Kent, ECE Outstanding Staff Award: Tracy Bourassa, ARC; Faith […]
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professors Carmine Vittoria & Vincent Harris were awarded a patent for creating an “Antenna Module having Reduced Size, High Gain, and Increased Power Efficiency”. Carmine Vittoria received his PH.D. in applied quantum physics from Yale University in 1970. He was employed at the Naval Research Laboratory as a physicist. Topics of research […]
ChE Professor Laura Lewis and ECE Professor Vince Harris have received a $3.5M DOE grant to create a rare-earth-free magnet as part of the Rare Earth Alternatives in Critical Technologies (REACT) Program.
ECE Professor Vincent Harris has been identified to be in the top 1% of the world's most cited scientists from 2000-2010. His top 50 papers have been cited on average more than 44 times each.
ECE Professor Vincent Harris has been selected as this year’s Robert D. Klein University Lecturer. This award honors faculty members who have contributed to their field of study and share the fruits of that scholarship with the University and the general public.
ECE Professors Carmine Vittoria and Vincent Harris received another NSF grant to continue their work with single phase magnetolelectric materials at room temperature using cation engineered hexaferrite structures.
Richard Harris was the unanimous choice by the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute for the Vision Award which is given to an individual who best exemplifies unusual courage and conviction, foresight, and leadership in championing quality education, human rights, and leadership for positive community change.
Richard Harris, the Director of Multicultural Engineering, won the Faculty/Staff Award as part of the 2010 Excellence in Social Justice Awards.
ECE Professors Vincent Harris and Carmine Vittoria have received a $375K DARPA grant for creating low frequency magnetic field sensors for the detection of IED and other terrorist threats.
ECE Professors Vincent Harris and Carmine Vittoria received a $400K NSF grant to study electric field tunable microwave magnetic passive devices.
Professors Vince Harris and Carmine Vittoria receive $1.4M from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Navy, and Air Force for advanced magnets and their use in next generation microwave electronics.
Laura H Lewis, Cabot Professor and chair of Chemical Engineering, Vincent G. Harris, William Lincoln Smith Chair and director of the CM3IC, and research scientist Dr. C.N. Chinnasamy, will co-lead a joint Indo-US “Conference on New Directions and Novel Applications in Magnetism” at the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IITB), March 1 – 4, 2009.
The Center for Microwave Magnetic Materials and Integrated Circuits has developed a green, one-step process for creating samarium cobalt permanent magnets that could usher in a new breed of hybrid automobiles using smaller, inexpensive motors. Rare earth permanent magnets could enable smaller, higher-performance motors and power generators. The rub is that they require an expensive, […]