Three ENG Faculty Promoted

Three College of Engineering faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure “Each year, these promotions and awards of tenure mark an especially proud moment for the BU community, as we’ve had the pleasure of watching these talented colleagues develop from promising junior faculty into teachers and scholars of national impact […]

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Assistant Professor Sahar Sharifzadeh awarded $720K to advance field of supramolecular materials

By Alex LaSalvia  Assistant Professor Sahar Sharifzadeh (ECE, MSE) was awarded funding from the National Science Foundation to develop computational models of bio-inspired materials. The award of $720K comes through the Center for Complex and Active Materials at the University of California, Irvine, an NSF Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, where Sharifzadeh is a […]

Five ECE Faculty are 2020 Spring Research Incubation Awardees

The Hariri Institute for Computing announced their 2020 Spring Research Incubation Awards to faculty who have the potential to define new areas of research; five ECE faculty members are authors or co-authors of these incubation projects.

Boston University Faculty Published Some of the World’s Most Highly-Cited Research

Some of the world’s most influential scientific research in 2019 was produced by the faculty of ECE at Boston University. Web of Science Group by Clarivate Analytics acknowledges highly cited papers with a trophy listed next to the number of citations. To qualify, Clarivate calculates whose work was most often referenced in other scientific research […]

Three ECE Professors Receive CAREER Awards

Within these past few months, not one, not two, but three professors from the ECE Department have won CAREER Awards, which are among the most prestigious awards from the National Science Foundation. Such awards help support faculty in the early stages of their careers. The three winning faculty are Michelle Sander (ECE, MSE), Lei Tian […]