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.
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Prof. James Bird (ME, MSE) discusses his research on the scientific significance of bubbles.
by Emily Wade Advanced interdisciplinary training in modern processes The College of Engineering announces a new MS degree that will […]
For ENG’s Greg Blonder, a great product requires perfect timing By Amy Laskowski | Video by Bill Politis The enormous […]
By Rebecca Jahnke (COM ‘17) and Bhumika Salwan (Questrom ’16) Boston University hosted over 300 attendees November 12-15th at the […]
by Jasmine Carter On a chilly Sunday morning in Sudbury Massachusetts, 10 members of the BU Rocket Propulsion Group prepared for […]
The Acoustical Foundation for Education and Charitable Trust (AFECT) of India has selected Professor Allan D. Pierce (AME) as the […]
Associate professors Paul Barbone and Glynn Holt, both of AME, were recently named fellows of the Acoustical Society of America […]
The United Kingdom-based Institute of Acoustics recently selected Professor Michael Howe (AME) as the recipient of the 2007 Rayleigh Medal […]
Boston University engineering and science researchers now have top-tier computing power that enables them to run simulations of unprecedented complexity […]