In the Media
Mar 13, 2023
Top 100 in Materials Science – 2022
MIE Associate Professor Yi Zheng’s research on “Dome-arrayed chitosan/PVA hydrogel-based solar evaporator for steam generation” was featured as one of the top 100 downloaded material science articles by Scientific Reports.
Jan 11, 2023
Measuring Global Ice Melt
ECE/MIE Professor Hanumant Singh and his jetyak are featured in the Inside Manned Systems article “Measuring Global Ice Melt“.
Dec 06, 2022
This Inorganic Fiber-based Paper Passively Cools Buildings, Vehicles and Much More
MIE Associate Professor Yi Zheng’s research on “This Inorganic Fiber-based Paper Passively Cools Buildings, Vehicles and Much More” was featured in the October 2022 issue of the Chemical Engineering magazine.
Dec 06, 2022
Rethinking supply chain management in the wake of major disasters
MIE Professor Özlem Ergun’s research on “Rethinking supply chain management in the wake of major disasters *” was highlighted in the December 2022 issue of ISE magazine.
Nov 23, 2022
Adderall and amoxicillin shortages raise questions about transparency and accountability in Big Pharma
But when makers of generics compete mainly on price and aren’t forced to consider reliability, the marketplace can break down when demand surges or supply chains are disrupted, according to Ozlem Ergun, a distinguished professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at Northeastern University, who served with Fox on the committee. (featured in NBC News)
Jul 25, 2022
Expert: As climate change continues, heat waves and power outages will too
From Acton to Falmouth to Boston, the seven-day heat wave saw a flurry of power outages. “Basically, what happens, the network gets overloaded,” explained Dr. Ozlem Ergun, a Professor of Engineering at Northeastern University. (Featured in CBS Boston)
Jun 29, 2022
3 takes on supply disruptions, drug shortage timelines from Northeastern researcher
In an interview with Becker’s, Boston-based Northeastern University mechanical and industrial engineering professor Jacqueline Griffin, PhD, shared some thoughts on why drug shortages have plagued the nation for years and ways to fix the supply chain.
Dec 02, 2021
MIE Alums Featured in Forbes 30 Under 30
Mechanical engineering alums Anvesh Gurijala, E’16, and Michael Segal, E’16, were featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 2022: Manufacturing & Industry. The two are co-founders of Boston Materials with Associate Professor Randall Erb. Related news: Using Reclaimed Materials, Spinoff Produces Strong, Light Carbon Fibers