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Brooklyn 5G Summit Showcases Advanced Research and Technology Fueling 5G Wireless Drive To Commercial Reality

BROOKLYN, New York – Leaders in wireless, automotive, academia, and government will gather at the annual Brooklyn 5G Summit April 19-21, 2017 to explore how close the industry is to deploying commercial products and services for the next-...

FCC Grants NYU WIRELESS Early ‘Program Experimental License’ For Cutting-Edge Work Throughout The Radio Spectrum

This year many mobile carriers are launching early services for 5G — the next generation of wireless that promises speeds 10 to 100 times faster than 4G LTE — and a host of other technology companies are testing devices and systems for...

NI Donates Nearly $1 Million in Hardware and Software to NYU WIRELESS to Accelerate 5G Research

AUSTIN, Texas, and BROOKLYN, New York – April 11, 2017 – NI (Nasdaq: NATI) and NYU WIRELESS today announced that NI has made a sizable donation to the university research team to further mmWave communications, channel measurement and...

Fourth Annual Brooklyn 5G Summit Will Be a Show-and-Tell by Leading Operators, Researchers and Startups

In 2017, the next generation of wireless communications will take a giant step forward. Promising warp-speed networks (above 10 gigabits per second), super-low latency and all varieties of massive broadband applications, 5G will spur growth in IT,...

One of Tandon’s Newest Faculty Members Shines at the Latest Faculty Meets Faculty Event

At regular Faculty Meets Faculty events, Tandon professors are given the opportunity to explain their research to colleagues, field questions, and enjoy an hour or so of camaraderie before returning to their labs and classrooms. The latest event,...

Lecture Will Explore the Dangers of Hardware Hackers in a World of Interconnected Devices

The eighth event in a series of open lectures on cybersecurity and privacy at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering will convene in Downtown Brooklyn on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, with an exploration of the hardware security challenges...

The (Research) Stars Shine Bright in Texas

When Jeyavijayan (JV) Rajendran was a graduate student at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, it was not unusual to see him mentioned on the school website. Working with Professor Ramesh Karri of Electrical and Computer Engineering, he helped...

In Memoriam: Edward S. Cassedy, Jr.

Retired Professor Edward S. Cassedy, Jr., who was a member of the Electrical Engineering Department, died Feb. 18 at his home in Woodstock, N.Y. following a long battle with a form of hydrocephalus.  He was 89. Professor Cassedy received the BS...

An Aspiring Doctoral Candidate Is Already Making Waves

Neel Dey arrived in Brooklyn in 2015 with a freshly minted B.E. in Electronics and Telecommunications from the University of Mumbai and a desire to pursue a master’s degree in Tandon’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering....

Smart Grids, Future Labs, and a Lesson in Tandon History at the Latest Faculty-Meets-Faculty Event

Attendees at the latest faculty-meets-faculty luncheon heard from one of Tandon’s newest faculty members, Assistant Professor Yury Dvorkin of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, who discussed his work developing design-...