Electrical and Computer Engineering News
Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Engineering Education, has built an artificial intelligence tool that differentiates breast cancer cells from non-cancerous cells by analyzing biopsy images.
Tufts engineers make thread-based transistors that are extremely flexible and could be used in wearables.
Observing earth from thousands of sensor-enabled satellites is generating data and supporting agriculture, forestry, and other sectors, according to Graduate Dean Karen Panetta and IEEE President Jose Moura.
Associate Professor Valencia Koomson is developing a first-of-its-kind wearable device to help doctors monitor patients’ tissue oxygenation without requiring access to a heavy power source.
Ph.D. student Margaret Stevens and two faculty members publish research from the Renewable Energy and Applied Photonics Lab at Tufts University.
Sameer Sonkusale, professor of electrical and computer engineering, discusses the Nano Lab's fully flexible thread-based devices with Fast Company.
A group of Tufts alumni and faculty received the Best Presentation Award at the IEEE 4th International Conference on Signal and Image Processing.
Three Tufts engineers work with colleagues from the United Kingdom to develop a next-generation sensing system for soil applications.
Faculty at Tufts and New York University will simulate millimeter wave network systems, which can transmit large amounts of data.