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.

  • 12/28/2021 Parisa Andalib & Vincent Harris – Magnetic materials with ultrahigh resistivity intergrain nanoparticles
  • 11/23/2021 Tommaso Melodia, Francesco Restuccia, & Salvatore D’oro – Real-time channel-resilient optimization of radio fingerprinting
  • 11/23/2021 Jeffrey Ruberti – Collagenous tissue repair device
  • 11/16/2021 Ali Abur – Techniques for processing power system network information
  • 10/26/2021 Matteo Rinaldi & Cristian Cassella – Piezoelectric cross-sectional Lamé mode transformer
  • 10/26/2021 Ahmed Busnaina – Damascene template for nanoelement printing fabricated without chemomechanical planarization
  • 09/07/2021 Tommaso Melodia – Software-defined implantable ultrasonic device for use in the internet of medical things
  • 08/03/2021 Mohammad Taslim – Length-based carbon nanotube ladders
  • 06/01/2021 Tommaso Melodia – Ultrasonic network for wearable devices
  • 04/27/2021 Randall Erb – Direct write three-dimensional printing of aligned composite materials
  • 02/16/2021 Hongli Zhu – Fire-retardant nanocellulose aerogels, and methods of preparation and uses thereof
  • 02/09/2021 Kaushik Chowdhury – Sensor system and process for measuring electric activity of the brain, including electric field encephalography
  • 01/12/2021 Jeffrey Ruberti – Mechanochemical collagen assembly

Related Faculty: Vincent G. Harris, Parisa Andalib, Tommaso Melodia, Francesco Restuccia, Salvatore D'Oro, Jeffrey W. Ruberti, Ali Abur, Matteo Rinaldi, Cristian Cassella, Ahmed Busnaina, Mohammad E. Taslim, Randall Erb, Hongli (Julie) Zhu, Kaushik Chowdhury

Related Departments:Bioengineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering