Northeastern’s Jerome Hajjar and colleagues are developing a sophisticated system that uses autonomous small flying robots coupled with 3-D imaging and state-of-the art planning, modeling, and analysis to inspect structures from bridges to buildings and automatically identify problems, track their progress, and assess the need for follow-up.
Brad Hatfield, academic teaching specialist in the Department of Music, will perform with the Boston Pops and arrange two performances by singer Demi Lovatto on Monday evening at the Hatch Shell in one of the nation’s premier Independence Day events.
Northeastern’s Alan Mislove and Christo Wilson have been researching whether the algorithms e-commerce and other websites use to analyze user profile data, web-browsing choices, and other online information may lead to discrimination. Now the ACLU has sued the government on their and others’ behalf so they can continue to do so without prosecution.
Want to ace your next presentation? Then tune out your inner critic, make eye contact, and utilize deliberate pauses, says Mary Cheyne, the faculty advisor of Northeastern’s chapter of Toastmasters International.
In the wake of Tuesday’s terrorist attack at an Istanbul airport, Northeastern confirmed that students on university programs in the region are safe, and the university is working to contact and offer support to more than 100 Turkish students.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a pair of Texas’ abortion restrictions were unconstitutional. Here, law professor Aziza Ahmed explains what this landmark decision means for abortion rights moving forward.
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Experimental machinist Dan Sierpina works on a piece in the physics machine shop in the Dana Hall basement on Thursday. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University