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Oct 17, 2019

Exciting New Funding Opportunities for Northeastern Ventures by Origin

Origin is a student-run organization that works to increase the quantity and quality of ventures in Northeastern’s ecosystem that solve significant, deep-tech problems in emerging industries.

The hands of Stella Banou, Kaushik R. Chowdhury and William J. Tomlinson surround a robotic hand attached to circuits via wires.

Oct 16, 2019

Data Privacy in the Palm of Your Hand. Literally.

ECE Associate Professor Kaushik Chowdhury discusses data privacy when it comes to wireless devices in the Litmus podcast.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Oct 07, 2019

$2M NSF Grant to Develop Data Science Modular Courses for Production Engineering Workforce

MIE Professors Sagar Kamarthi, Interim Dean Jacqueline Isaacs, Assistant Professors Xiaoning Jin, Mohsen Moghaddam, and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Digital Innovation and Enterprise Learning Kemi Jona were awarded a $2M NSF grant for “Developing Integrative Manufacturing and Production Engineering Curricula That Leverage Data Science”.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Oct 01, 2019

Chemical Engineering Student Wins Honors Early Research Award

Third-year Chemical Engineering undergraduate student, Lauren Gerbereux,  recently received the Honors Early Research Award for her research project entitled: “Optimization of Hypoxia-Inducing Cryogels”.

Chemical Engineering

Sep 26, 2019

Levendis Selected as Fellow of The Royal Society of Chemistry

MIE Professor Yiannis Levendis has been admitted by the council to The Royal Society of Chemistry as a Fellow for his impact in the field of the chemical sciences.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Sep 26, 2019

Ameet Pinto Receives 2019 Paul L. Busch Award from the Water Research Foundation

Receiving the 2019 Paul L. Bush Award from the Water Research Foundation, Ameet Pinto describes his innovative research.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Sep 26, 2019

ChE PhD Student, Zach Rogers, joins Northeastern’s NSF I-Corps Program

Zach Rogers, a Chemical Engineering PhD student in Prof. Sidi Bencherif’s Lab, was selected to join Northeastern University’s NSF I-Corps Program with his proposal, “Hypoxia-inducing cryogels as a fast and inexpensive technology for hypoxic cell culture conditions”.

Chemical Engineering

Sep 20, 2019

Creating the World’s Most Powerful Emulator of Wireless Systems

ECE Professor Tommaso Melodia is working with NSF and DARPA to create the next generation of wireless technology by building a testbed named Colosseum, which will be the world’s most powerful emulator of wireless systems.

Electrical & Computer Engineering