The MIE Senior Design Showcase and Competition was held at UMass Amherst on Thursday, December 8th.
The co-founders of rStream – a deep tech startup focused on recycling automation – make the list of best and brightest young Boston entrepreneurs.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has elevated Wolf and Xia to a distinction reserved for IEEE members with extraordinary accomplishments.
Cleo Hein worked on a team mapping Boston’s access to public transportation based on factors such as geography, community demographics, and other influences.
The CoE was represented by MIE Professor James Manwell, MIE Alum Walter Musial, and by the momentous award named after the late William Heronemus.
Three students from the College of Engineering were recognized during the recent Innovation and Entrepreneurship Academy Awards night.
Mercy Kyatha recently received two prestigious recognitions: an International Fellowship from the AAUW and a Google Lime Scholarship.
The students’ winning device reveals vulnerabilities in a widespread RFID communication protocol that is used in a majority of global access control systems.
The teams will receive seed grants and abundant logistical aid from the ADVANCE program to help them apply for external support based on their funded research.
List of “Highly Cited Researchers” places Wu and Xia among global researchers “who have demonstrated exceptional influence through their published papers.”