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MIE Professors Yiannis Levendis, Hameed Metghalchi, and Associate Professor Randall Erb are developing a new process to burn iron powder to produce carbon-free renewable energy.
After pioneering thermoforming technical ceramic matrix composites (CMC’s) last year, MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb and mechanical engineering alum Jason Hoffman-Bice, PhD’22, have created a spinout company called Fourier LLC to commercialize their groundbreaking innovation in thermal management. Fourier’s Breakthrough Thermal Management Technology: Thermoformable Ceramic Matrix Composites In the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of the […]
MIE Professors Yiannis Levendis, Hameed Metghalchi, and Associate Professor Randall Erb were awarded a $600K NSF grant for “A Study on Burning Iron Particles as Carbon-Free Circular Fuels with co-Generation of Value-Added Nanomaterials.”
MIE Associate Professor Randal Erb, ChE/BioE Associate Professor Eno Ebong, ChE Professor Rebecca Carrier, and MIE Associate Professor Yi Zheng are recipients of the Fall 2023 Spark Fund Awards.
A mistake made by MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb and Jason Bice, PhD’22, in the lab, might lead to an entirely new class of ceramic materials.
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.
Safa Jamali, assistant professor, mechanical and industrial engineering (MIE), has been awarded a $360K, three-year grant from the Army Research Office Young Investigator Program for research on the synthetic creation of colloidal structures for new materials. Jamali studies computational rheology—the science of how complex fluids flow—and uses modeling to examine the underlying structures that soft […]
Several engineering students and science students mentored by COE faculty are recipients of Northeastern’s Spring 2022 PEAK Experiences Awards.
Mechanical engineering alums Anvesh Gurijala, E’16, and Michael Segal, E’16, were featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 2022: Manufacturing & Industry. The two are co-founders of Boston Materials with Associate Professor Randall Erb. Related news: Using Reclaimed Materials, Spinoff Produces Strong, Light Carbon Fibers
MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb is using a magnetic field during the 3D printing process to create strong complex ceramic designs that can be used in everything from circuit boards to hypersonic airplanes.
The spinoff company Boston Materials, founded by alumni Michael Segal, E’16, Anvesh Gurijala, E’16, PhD’21, and MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb, uses 100% reclaimed materials to create a new type of carbon fiber that is sturdy enough to protect airplanes from lightning strikes but is light, tough, and as smooth as velvet.
MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb was awarded a patent for creating a method for “Direct write three-dimensional printing of aligned composite materials”.
Biochemistry student Morgan Pfaff is working with MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb and Post-Doctoral Researcher Jessica Faust to create synthetic materials for bone graft applications. She’s building better bones while encouraging diversity in science Main photo: Morgan Pfaff, who studies biochemistry, conducts biomaterial research for bone graft applications in Egan Research Center. Pfaff recently received […]
In recent years, the Kostas Research Institute located at the Innovation Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts, added an Expeditionary Cyber & Unmanned Aircraft Systems Lab—the first of its kind in the United States. Ongoing renovations also added 30,000 square feet of entrepreneurial space—the Venture Creation Center, furthering innovation opportunities for engineering faculty, students, and alumni.
MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb was awarded a patent for developing “Methods for the manufacture of thermal interfaces, thermal interfaces, and articles comprising the same”.
Advised by Associate Professor Randall Erb, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Early in her academic journey as a community college student, Jessica Faust was selected for the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) in summer of 2010, working as a research assistant in mechanical design at Northeastern’s College of Engineering Center for High-Rate […]
MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb was awarded a patent for “Additive manufacturing of discontinuous fiber composites using magnetic fields.”
MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb was awarded a patent for “Magnetic field alignment of emulsions to produce porous articles.”
MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb was awarded a patent for “Three dimensional mineralization printer.”
MIE Associate Professor Randall Erb was awarded a patent for “Pore orientation using magnetic fields.”
The startups Boston Materials and Mobile Pixels, both started by members of the COE community, both won the MassChallenge Boston, which is a global business accelerator program for companies in the early stages of development.
Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2016-2017 academic school year. Faculty Fellow Edward Beighley, CEE Yun Raymond Fu, ECE Tommaso Melodia, ECE Rising Star Staff Award Erin Schnepp, Undergraduate Academic Advising Carolina Venegas-Martinez, CEE Outstanding Teachers of First Year […]
3DFortify founded by MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & PhD student Josh Martin selected as a $50K Gold prize winner and QSM Diagnostics founded by ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch awarded silver prize winner in the MassChallenge.
3DFortify founded by MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & PhD student Josh Martin and QSM Diagnostics founded by ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch were selected as MassChallenge finalists.
MIE Assistant Professor Randy Erb’s work on Lithium Ion Batteries and his recent Nature Energy publication were featured in Physics Today. Randy, the head of the DAPS Lab, and his graduate student Anvesh Gurijala worked with a team at MIT to demonstrate a marked improvement to conventional lithium ion batteries for electrical vehicle applications by […]
MIE Assistant Professor Randy Erb, head of the DAPS Lab, and his graduate student Anvesh Gurijala, along with researchers from MIT, published their work in Nature Energy this week on “High-performance battery electrodes via magnetic templating“. Their findings demonstrate a marked improvement to conventional lithium ion batteries for electrical vehicle applications by using magnetic technology […]
MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb and DAPS Lab have published a Feature Article in Advanced Functional Materials entitled "Actuating Soft Matter with Magnetic Torque".
MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb was featured in Nature Communications for his article on "Designing bioinspired composite reinforcement architectures via 3D magnetic printing".
MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & Joshua Martin, PhD '17, developed an innovative 3-D printing technology to revolutionize important biomedical equipment, enhancing treatment for everyone from premature babies to patients needing implants.
MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb received an $225K NIH STTR grant for "Improved Performance of Neonatal Vascular Access Catheters via 3D Magnetic Printing".
MIE Associate Professor Sandra Shefelbine, Assistant Professor Randal Erb & Physics Professor Alain Karma received a $445K NSF grant to determine the toughness of a material and try to recreate it with synthetic components.
Jessica Faust, a student in Prof. Erb's lab, has just been awarded the grand poster prize for her work on structuring injectable biocomposites at the Frontiers in BioMagnetics Conference held in Telluride, Colorado.
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MIE PhD student Josh Martin and ECE PhD student Gwendolyn Hummel have been awarded the elite NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
MIE PhD graduate student Joshua Martin won the top poster prize at the Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting for his poster entitled "3D Printing Bio-Inspired Discontinuous Fiber Composites with Hierarchical Reinforcement".
MIE Assistant Professors Randall Erb & Marilyn Minus were awarded a $135K NSF EAGER grant to fabricate and disperse suspensions of colloidally-assembled hierarchical ceramic fillers for discontinuous fiber composite materials
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Assistant Professor Randall Erb’s research was featured in Nature Communications, for his efforts in replicating naturally occurring shape-changing materials with synthetic hydrogel composites. Nature Communications is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes high-quality research from all areas of the natural sciences and has an Impact Factor of 10.015 according to the 2012 Journal Citation Reports® Science […]