The RISE committee is pleased to announce that the number of abstract submissions has exceeded last year’s total of 400. In addition to this great news, RISE will have 90 external judges to represent industry, investment, political, and media personnel – also a new record! Currently, the abstracts are under review and upon approval students […]
We are excited to announce the launch of MyRISE, a newly developed online tool/portal that will assist presenters in preparing for RISE:2014! On MyRISE, presenters can create an account and then submit an abstract, upload their poster as a PDF, and upload their video pitch. Submissions will then be reviewed by the assigned judges based on the […]
Thank you for visiting the RISE website! The RISE Committee has been hard at work to revamp the site for this upcoming year. Please be on the lookout for additional information if you are interested in participating at RISE:2014 as student presenter, faculty presenter, or judge. We hope you find the updates and the upcoming portals useful and informative. If you find that you have any feedback or concerns, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
A little over a year ago, Rich Ranky was at Northeastern, working on research for his PhD about how to build a force-measuring sensor into a plastic component. Back then, Ranky was injecting conductive slurry into plastic pieces with a caulking gun. Now, his 3D printer, Donatello, prints patented sensors that measure temperature, vibration, heart sensors and electricity, all for a cost between $10 to $15.
Ever walk by a construction project in the city and wonder what the site will look like one day? Well, a team of seven seniors at Northeastern has created a new app for that.
From engadget By Brian Heater posted Mar 22nd, 2013 We were excited and honored when the administration at Northeastern Universityasked us to help judge its RISE:2013 Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo. The event, held at the physical education center on the school’s Boston campus, brings together an incredibly diverse array of research projects covering a impressive number of fields, […]
A sustainable urban housing prototype, a sensor-laden shirt that tracks exercise effectiveness and an interactive computer game for people with physical disabilities were among the student and faculty research projects showcased Thursday at RISE:2012, the university’s research, innovation and scholarship expo.
Tracey Dodenhoff, the director of Northeastern’s Center for Research Innovation, said she knew the Center would be successful when the University saw an explosion in entrepreneurship across different disciplines. With over 400 undergraduate and graduate students showcasing their research today at the annual Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo (RISE), it’s clear the Center is onto something — and it’s onto something amazing.