Product developers used to depend on a primary engineering discipline to realize a design. For example, automobile manufacturers use to rely largely on mechanical engineers to design their products. More recently, companies have needed to hire a blend of software, computer, electrical mechanical and systems engineers for cars, particularly electric ones. Increasingly, the most innovative products rely both on an interdisciplinary approach and the use of massive amounts of data to support product development and operation.
Category: ECE Spotlight Undergraduate Research
Anthony Byrne Receives MIT Best Lighting Talk Award By Shereen Abubakr (QST ’18) ECE undergraduate Anthony Byrne (ENG ’19) received […]
Two student teams from BU were recognized for their scientific achievements during the 2017 International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Giant Jamboree.
Student projects on display at ECE Senior Design capstone event By Joel Brown for BU Today Photos by Dave Green Raindrops slap […]
Early Career Recognition to Students who Embrace Cross-Disciplinary Research By Amy Pollard (GRS ’19) PhD candidate Alex Matlock (EE ‘21) […]
Two ECE undergraduates, Ami Vyas (EE ’17) and Zachary Lasiuk (EE ’17) won scholarships through the IEEE Power & Energy […]
Two student teams representing BU in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Jamboree netted recognition and gold medals in five […]
By Sara Cody A team of ECE entrepreneurs won first place in the BUzz Lab Student Venture Competition at the […]
By Rich Barlow During the summer months, BU Today is revisiting some of the past year’s favorite stories. This week, […]
By Sara Elizabeth Cody Three teams from BU competing in the fifth annual Intel-Cornell Cup earned top marks in the […]