An interdisciplinary team of undergraduate students took home second prize for a research paper at the regional American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Student Conference in April 2018.
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The 2018 student winners of the Imagineering Competition hope to use wind produced by high-speed traffic to remove the uncertainty of weather in capturing wind power.
Boston University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) empowers students by offering support to those interested in extracurricular professional opportunities. Within the last year, the department acted as sponsor for multiple student clubs, conferences and a hackathon.
ECE PhD Student Jenny Sun Wins National Science Foundation Fellowship By Shereen Abubakr (QST ’18) ECE PhD Candidate Jenny Sun […]
Nithin Sivadas Earns NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship By Shereen Abubakr (QST ’18) In 2017, PhD Student Nithin Sivadas […]
PhD Student Wins II-VI Casselman-Spicer Award By Shereen Abubakr (QST ’18) The organizing committee of the U.S. Workshop on the […]
An internship at ALCF provides real world experience for Yang and Sanaullah By Shereen Abubakr (QST ’18) ECE PhD Students […]
Inspiring the next generation of rocket scientists and astronauts, and it all happened in school today. The unique lesson brought together college students, and third graders. And that made for an exciting day, reaching for the stars.
Product developers used to depend on a primary engineering discipline to realize a design. For example, automobile manufacturers use to rely largely on mechanical engineers to design their products. More recently, companies have needed to hire a blend of software, computer, electrical mechanical and systems engineers for cars, particularly electric ones. Increasingly, the most innovative products rely both on an interdisciplinary approach and the use of massive amounts of data to support product development and operation.
To peers in her engineering courses, Kali Hamilton (ENG) appears to be just another undergrad. The difference? Kali already holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Pennsylvania. The California native came to BU to join one of the only programs of its kind in the nation: LEAP.