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The start-up T-Omega Wind, founded by CEE Associate Professor Andrew Myers and Senior Research Engineer Jim Papadopoulos, is using a new type of wind turbine platform that will be more flexible and efficient than current models.
CEE Associate Professor Andrew Myers, an expert in structural engineering, and Senior Research Engineer Jim Papadopoulos, an expert in structural/mechanical design, recently founded a startup company developing novel offshore wind energy solutions spun out from research conducted at Northeastern University. Now, their startup T-Omega Wind has received a new grant to continue development.
CEE Associate Professor Andrew Myers and Part-time faculty Jim Papadopoulos were named winners of the 2020 Cleantech Open Northeast for their startup, T-Omega Wind.
CEE Associate Professor Andrew Myers and co-inventor Jim Papadopoulos were one of 18 groups awarded funding from a new $1.7M grant by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Catalyst and InnovateMass programs in support of clean energy startups and research teams across the Commonwealth.
The Northeastern Graduate Structural Engineering Association (NGSEA) was selected by the Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Local Activities Division as the Graduate Student Chapter of the Year.
Structural Engineering Institute’s new president, Glenn Bell, recently visited Northeastern to deliver a seminar on his future vision for structural engineering.
CEE Associate Professor Andrew Myers, in collaboration with John Hopkins and Vestas Wind Systems, was awarded an $899K NSF grant for “Optimization of Infrastructure-Scale Thin-Walled Tube Towers including Uncertainty.”
CEE Associate Professor Andrew Myers was interviewed by Science for the Public about the Great Potential of Offshore Wind Farms.
CEE Chair Jerome Hajjar, Associate Professors Andrew Myers, Luca Caracoglia, and CCSH Professor Jennie Stephens are researching ways to build safe and effective offshore wind farms that have the capacity to power the entire country.
CEE Professor and Chair Jerome Hajjar and CEE Assistant Professor Andrew Myers received a grant from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center to develop a national agenda for research on offshore wind energy infrastructure.
Sagar Kamarthi (MIE) has been selected as a panel speaker and Andrew Myers (CEE), Yunsi Fei (ECE), & Edgar Goluch (ChE) have been invited to participate at the National Academy of Engineering's eighth Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) symposium.
Northeastern has awarded grants to two groups of faculty to promote Advancing Teaching and Learning at Northeastern.
CEE Assistant Professor Andrew Myers was received a $500K NSF CAREER award for his project entitled "Advancing Multi-hazard Assessment and Risk-based Design for Offshore Wind Energy Technology."
CEE Assistant Professor Andrew Myers discusses the sustainability of offshore wind farms, with the first wind platform in the U.S. being installed off the coast of Block Island last month.
NUASCE Steel Bridge Team, led by captain Christine Lai, placed second in minimizing deflections at the 2015 New England Steel Bridge Competition.
Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Andrew Myers was awarded a $200K National Science Foundation grant to develop a reliability-based design for constructing advanced wind turbines. Dr. Myers is the Principal Investigator at the Northeastern University Sustainable Structures Group. His professional affiliations include the American Institute of Steel Construction and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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.
The CEE Department is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Andrew Myers was selected to receive the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Excellence in Teaching Award.
CEE Assistant Professor Andrew Myers,Professor & Chair Jerry Hajjar, and Sanjay Arwade, Associate Professor at UMass Amherst, have received a new $325K research grant from NSF on Reliability-based Hurricane Risk Assessment for Offshore Wind Farms.
Andrew T. Myers joined the department in August 2011 as an Assistant Professor. Prof. Myers' research interests are centered on a combination of multi-scale experimental testing, computational simulation, and probabilistic modeling of physical systems. He earned a Ph.D. in Structural Engineering and Geomechanics in 2009 at Stanford University, and a B.S. in Civil Engineering at […]