Tag: College of Engineering

Rebecca Khurshid Joins Systems Engineering to Advance the Relationship Between Humans and Robots

Khurshid heads the BU CAIR Laboratory and opens doors to SE graduate students this fall. Systems engineers further CAIR productivity by offering a strong mathematical background to model the complexities of systems consisting of human beings and robots. These models can then be used to generate desired behaviors in a robotic partner.

BU ECE Students receive Best Paper Award at the ASIA Conference on Computer and Communication Security 2018

Realizing that the correlation between malware and HPC traces does not establish causation, Boston University graduate students Boyou Zhou, Rasoul Jahanshahi and Anmol Gupta, under the supervision of Professors Manuel Egele and Ajay Joshi, evaluated works that propose this HPC-based methodology for malware detection.

Innovation in Ideation

Natural disasters have plagued civilization since the beginning, and although our understanding of them has improved over the centuries, too […]

BU and Red Hat Forge $5 Million Partnership

Five-Year Research Arrangement Promises Mutual Benefits By Art Jahnke. This story originally appeared in BU Today. Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of […]

ECE and CS Sends Students to Prestigious Women in Computing Celebration

By Amy Pollard (GRS, ’19) Together, the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) and Department of Computer Science (CS) were […]

ECE Research is Critical to DARPA Sponsored “Bio-Foundry” Contract

Densmore’s Contributions Part of a $32 Million DARPA Contract to Cutting Edge Synthetic Biology Effort By Rebecca Jahnke (COM ’17) […]

Invisible Glass Films to Protect Solar Mirrors and Panels from Dust, Boost Energy Output

U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative Awards Boston University in Partnership with Sandia National Laboratories $1.15 million By Rebecca Jahnke […]

Research Grants for Three ECE Undergraduates

By Paloma Parikh (COM’15) Three ECE undergraduate students won grants from two programs affiliated with Boston University’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities […]