In the Media
Sep 26, 2019
MIE Assistant Professor Kayse Lee Maass’s research on disrupting human trafficking was mentioned in a recent United Nations report titled “Current and emerging forms of slavery: Report of the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, including its causes and consequences.”
Sep 16, 2019
The article entitled “Media coverage and firearm acquisition in the aftermath of a mass shooting” and authored by Porfiri (NYU), Sattanapalle (NYU), Nakayama (NYU), Macinko (UCLA) and MIE Professor Rifar Sipahi was featured on the cover of Nature Human Behaviour.
Jul 31, 2019
MIE/ECE Associate Professor Jose Martinez Lorenzo was featured in the U.S. Air Force article “Air Force Targets Drones during Latest Pitch Day” and the Lowell Sun video “Drone swarm detection & Tracking Demo”.
Apr 08, 2019
MIE PhD student Scott Julien, who works in Professor Kai-Tak Wan’s Micro/Nano Bio-Mechanical Characterization Lab, was featured in the Science Times article “A New Model Can Predict the Shape of a Squeezed Nanocrystal When Blanketed Under Graphene”.
Feb 07, 2019
Robotics students featured in the RobotReport article “5G Robotics Challenge winners named by MassTLC, Verizon, Ericsson” and MassTLC’s article “MassTLC, Verizon, Ericsson Name Winners in 5G Robotics Challenge” for being one of the winners of the 5G Robotics Challenge sponsored by Verizon and Ericsson.
Oct 18, 2018
The Northeastern INFORMS student group was the featured student chaper spotlight on informs.org.
Oct 04, 2018
The National Science Foundation Funds Research at Worcester Polytechnic Institute Aimed at Disrupting Human Trafficking Networks
MIE Assistant Professor Kayse Lee Maass was featured in both the Markets Insider’s article “The National Science Foundation Funds Research at Worcester Polytechnic Institute Aimed at Disrupting Human Trafficking Networks” and the Worcester Business Journal’s article “WPI researchers granted $145k to attack human trafficking networks” for her work against human trafficking.
Sep 24, 2018
MIE Associate Professor Marilyn Minus was featured on the NSF Science 360 Radio podcast about the process of making super-strong materials from cheap plastic.