How to Create Safe, Energy-Efficient Buildings in a Post-Covid World
BU Innovators Address New Requirements of Commercial Real Estate by Maya Bhat & Maureen Stanton, CISE Staff Smart building technology has been a growing trend in the commercial real estate sector to help building owners and other stakeholders automate processes, reduce costs, boost energy efficiency, and improve the comfort of tenants. In a post-covid world, […]
BU ECE Students receive Best Paper Award at the ASIA Conference on Computer and Communication Security 2018
Realizing that the correlation between malware and HPC traces does not establish causation, Boston University graduate students Boyou Zhou, Rasoul Jahanshahi and Anmol Gupta, under the supervision of Professors Manuel Egele and Ajay Joshi, evaluated works that propose this HPC-based methodology for malware detection.
Innovation in Ideation
Natural disasters have plagued civilization since the beginning, and although our understanding of them has improved over the centuries, too many people still suffer at the hands of environmental unrest. Togo (a country in western Africa), for example, faces annual difficulties with flooding during the monsoon season. Unfortunately, humanitarian aid functions on a linear schedule, […]
Karl and Barbone Elected as AIMBE Fellows
Professor Paul Barbone (ME, MSE) and Professor W. Clem Karl (ECE, SE) have been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.
A Hidden Pathway is Revealed
Two BME researchers were excited to use a new 3D blood vessel-on-a-chip that they developed in Professor Christopher Chen’s (BME, MSE) lab because it provided a perfect platform for studying the effects of mechanical forces of blood flow on vessels in life-like conditions.
Using LED technology he helped develop at BU, alum aims to address complex global health and hygiene problems By Sara Cody, originally published in the Fall 2016 issue of ENGineer magazine. Germs are everywhere. Lurking on our hands, in our water, in our kitchens and even in our hospitals. According to the Centers for Disease […]
Two ECE Students Win Prestigious IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarships
Two ECE undergraduates, Ami Vyas (EE ’17) and Zachary Lasiuk (EE ’17) won scholarships through the IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Plus Initiative for the second year in a row, highlighting the rigor and academic excellence of the ECE Department. Vyas and Lasiuk join 230 PES scholars who were chosen this year for their […]
Toshi Nishimura Wins the James B. Macelwane Medal
Nishimura Joins ECE with Research Momentum By Amy Pollard (GRS, ’19) Toshi Nishimura joins ECE and the Center for Space Physics as Research Associate Professor and brings unique expertise and insight to the Department. Dr. Nishimura received the James B. Macelwane Medal from the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in December for his research on […]
BU and Red Hat Forge $5 Million Partnership
Five-Year Research Arrangement Promises Mutual Benefits By Art Jahnke. This story originally appeared in BU Today. Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source enterprise software, is joining in a five-year-long partnership with Boston University, an arrangement aimed at advancing research into emerging and translational technologies, such as cloud computing and big data platforms. The collaboration, celebrated […]