This article is the first part of a series highlighting BU ECE’s contributions to research and education under the umbrella of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, and our faculty’s collective investment in the national effort to build a robust and innovative semiconductor industry.
Raised in rural Jamaica, Huntley Myrie (ENG’95) went on to design jet engine turbines, manage billion-dollar businesses, and earn one of this year’s Black Engineer of the Year awards.
The Patriot League’s 2023 Indoor Track & Field Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Aksel Laudon (ENG’22, CAMED’26) has been a standout on and off the course.
Using light and shadow to “see” around corners, at the speed of a snapshot.
Cleana’s ingenious pneumatic seat and lid lower automatically, without electricity. The company is shipping its first seats this year.
The Division of Systems Engineering (SE) is proud to announce that three SE affiliates, current and former, have recently received notable awards and appointments. Their accomplishments are wide-ranging, and the Division congratulates them on their well-merited recognition. Yannis Paschalidis, Distinguished Professor of Engineering (ECE, BME, SE) and Director of the Rafik B. Hariri Institute […]
Three current and former MSE PhD students have recently been recognized internally and externally for their notable academic and research achievements. With the support of their professors, they have made valuable contributions to both the Division of MSE and the College of Engineering, and the Division is proud to celebrate their awards. Chloe Kekedjian […]
A team of just-graduated BU engineers won a NASA competition with a proposal to make airplanes run on aluminum powder combustion.
Sadullah Canakci (PhD’22) was the recipient of the Best Paper Award at May’s IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST) for his work on hardware fuzzing.
“That’s when the engineer in me came out. I said, ‘Something is not right in the pet food supply.'”