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Honoring Latinx Heritage Month at Tandon

Like Brooklyn itself, the NYU Tandon School of Engineering is a diverse and welcoming place: consider that the incoming Class of 2021 is comprised of students from more than 40 countries. That international flavor extends to our faculty members as...

NYU Wireless Doctoral Candidate Garners Marconi Society Young Scholars Award

BROOKLYN, New York – The Marconi Society has honored Shu Sun — an electrical engineering doctoral student at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering and a researcher at NYU WIRELESS — with the 2017 Paul Baran Young Scholar Award...

NYU Researchers Are Helping Untether VR/AR Gaming

Imagine you’re in the cockpit of an X-wing starfighter battling in the far reaches of space or toiling to save a group of scientists who’ve been somehow sucked into an alien world. Now, imagine that wires keep you tethered so close to...

NYU WIRELESS Celebrates Five Years of Pioneering Research into Making 5G Communications a Reality

BROOKLYN, New York – This month marks the fifth anniversary of the launch of NYU WIRELESS, a multidisciplinary research center founded in 2012 to develop the fundamental theories and techniques for next-generation mass-deployable wireless...

A Participant in the Cybersecurity Summer Faculty Program Goes On to Win NSF CAREER Award

Qiaoyan Yu, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of New Hampshire, recently received a prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for her development of proactive methods of defending the...

NYU Security Researchers at Black Hat Reveal How to Protect the Power Grid From Low-Budget Attacks

BROOKLYN, New York – Cyberattacks against power grids and other critical infrastructure systems have long been considered a threat limited to nation-states due to the sophistication and resources necessary to mount them. Today, at the Black...

Tandon Student Triumphs at NYU-Yale Startup Pitchoff

Six promising ventures led by students from New York University and Yale University took the stage at the Kimmel Center last week to pitch their startups at the fourth annual NYU-Yale Pitchoff. Levitas, a startup founded by NYU Tandon senior Amar...

Tandon Graduate Student Honored by the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society

Rapidly increasing demands for higher mobile data rates and ubiquitous data access have led to a spectrum crunch over the traditional wireless communication frequency bands. Luckily, Tandon doctoral candidate Shu Sun explains that new spectrum...

The Quest Begins to Bring Ultra-Speed Wireless Connectivity to First Responders

NIST Awards its Largest Grant to Quickly Grow mmWave Public Safety Technology Out of its Infancy SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Researchers met here yesterday to jump-start technology that could enable first responders to relay video in moving...

Cybersecurity experts discuss the perfect storm — a convergence of Internet of Things, Cloud, and Security

With the increasing adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT), concerns are growing about security, particularly hardware security, which is an integral part of the IoT framework. Security threats permeated the discussion at the eighth installment of...