Boston University alumna Rosalind Wynne (ENG’01, ENG’05) is an award-winning African-American engineer.
Category: ECE Spotlight Alumni
When engineering students learn early how to design a solution—whether it’s a new medical device or a streamlined warehouse design—and take into account factors like sustainability and commercialization, solutions can become innovations.
By Eugene Kolodenker Eugene Kolodenker (EE BS ’12, CE MS ’17) works in application development with a focus on cyber security systems at […]
Alumna Pioneers Time-Management Tools Through Email Calendar Function By Sara Cody The first time Vanessa Feliberti (ENG’93) met Bill […]
Student projects on display at ECE Senior Design capstone event By Joel Brown for BU Today Photos by Dave Green Raindrops slap […]
Wenbo He, senior software engineer at Mathworks, was the CISE industry roundtable speaker on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. Addressing a room […]
Using LED technology he helped develop at BU, alum aims to address complex global health and hygiene problems By Sara […]
Alum’s startup aims to democratize creativity by expanding our access to software By Michael Seele, originally published in ENGineering, Spring […]
ECE alums’ class project earns spot at Black Hat USA 2015 By Joel Brown, published in BU Today The Square Reader, used […]
Prysm’s custom video walls use proprietary LPD technology By Mark Dwortzan After Amit Jain earned his first bachelor’s degree, in […]