MSE alum Roa Mulpuri (’92, ’96), CEO of View, has created dynamic window glass that can lower a building’s energy consumption by about 20 percent, and can be controlled by an app.
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When engineering students learn early how to design a solution—whether it’s a new medical device or a streamlined warehouse design—and take into account factors like sustainability and commercialization, solutions can become innovations.
There can be a wide gap between new medical devices doctors need and the ones companies decide to make. This disconnect can leave doctors accepting something like a surgical instrument that hasn’t been redesigned in half century even when it can cause medical problems. Now, what started out as a year-long practical course for master’s students in Boston University’s biomedical engineering department, has turned into a way to help close that gap.
When it comes to your career path, Ian Schon (ENG’12) advises students to think like engineers – formulate a hypothesis, […]
by Liz Sheeley The College of Engineering honored three alumni for their career achievements and for the support they have […]
While at BU, Jing Zhang earned a PhD in Systems Engineering. Year of Graduation: 2017 Current Title: Research Scientist Company: Mitsubishi […]
Congratulation to Deniz Cetin for winning the MSE Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award! MSE Outstanding Dissertation of the Year […]
Sepideh Pourazarm Wins ENG Societal Impact Dissertation Award and SE Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award
Congratulations to Sepideh Pourazarm for winning the ENG Societal Impact Dissertation Award and the SE Outstanding Dissertation of the Year […]
By Eugene Kolodenker Eugene Kolodenker (EE BS ’12, CE MS ’17) works in application development with a focus on cyber security systems at […]
Alumna Pioneers Time-Management Tools Through Email Calendar Function By Sara Cody The first time Vanessa Feliberti (ENG’93) met Bill […]