Electrical and computer engineering professor David Kaeli is working with the Heterogeneous Systems Architecture Foundation to establish new standards for inter-device communications.
Northeastern, partner institutions and state officials unveiled the $165 million center, which provides a central resource for New England to focus on green technologies and high-performance computing.
Students in the information assurance program will receive training in both the technical sciences and the humanities through a scholarship program.
Computing technology under development at Northeastern will enable superfast database searches to identify locations of people or terrorist threats
Northeastern receives NSF grant to collaborate on the development of software libraries that would accelerate biomedical imaging—and diagnoses
Northeastern University Recognized byNSA andDHS as National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research
Share This: University recognized by DHS for second time this year The National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have announced that Northeastern University has been […]