By Caroline Amato PhD students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department have had another successful semester despite many obstacles. […]
By Patrick L. Kennedy Are you six feet away from that person? For much of the pandemic, that question was […]
Two ENG alumni are on Forbes’ list of top young entrepreneurs By Patrick L. Kennedy If you’re a frequent flyer, […]
By Maya Bhat, CISE Staff Wei Xiao, Boston University PhD candidate (SE), won a 2020 IEEE Conference on Decisions and […]
The eight women who were sponsored to attend this event had the opportunity to network, increase visibility in their respective disciplines, engage in discourse with prominent professionals in diverse science, research and technology disciplines.
This article was written by Eliza Shaw (CISE), videos produced by SE. Informing Policy, Resource Allocation and Workplace Adjustment Policies Video Part […]
By Mariana Sánchez Gaona First year MSE PhD candidate Jillian Rix was named Clare Boothe Luce Fellowship 2020 recipient. The […]
Imagineering Lab puts on model ship building competition
Ship building is not part of the College of Engineering curriculum, but several teams of students waded into those waters last month when they built model ships and tested them in a competition on the Charles River.
Robots are solving some of the world’s most pressing challenges. Systems engineers are at the core of these solutions, skillfully suiting robots and computers to fulfill situational needs. As one of the top seven robotics programs recognized by Analytics Insight, SE graduate students are “pushing the boundaries of robotic systems to the next level.”
From tinted car windows to solar cells, the versatile function of thin films has been playing significant roles in our lives. An MSE professor and a student collaborated with researchers to understand the growth of thin films like never before.