Electrical and Computer Engineering News
Five Tufts innovators talk about what drew them to engineering and how they envision shaping the future.
Thirteen Jumbos, including Chiamaka Chima, E14, EG16, and Ryan Pandya, E13, will receive awards for their work and service at an online ceremony.
It’s important to take a systematic approach to dismantle racism, Karl Reid, A22P, executive director of the National Society of Black Engineers, tells a Tufts audience.
Tufts recently held a week-long virtual hackathon where students turned data into compelling visualizations to help communities improve health.
Joshua Rapp, E14, parleyed his interests in music and electrical engineering into a career studying computational imaging.
A team of Tufts engineers — including first author Yiwen Jiang, a senior majoring in computer engineering — created thread sensors that can be attached to skin to measure movement in real time.
The IEEE HKN Honor Society - Epsilon Delta Chapter at Tufts recently earned Key Chapter recognition from the national organization.
The Class of 2025 undergraduate application pool is most diverse on record, number of School of Engineering applications increase by 28 percent.
Professor and Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta has been honored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.