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Alum Joan Tully inspires students with her storied career at ExxonMobil

During the recent installment of the Dean’s Roundtable series, Joan Tully remarked that she was excited to be back at NYU's engineering school — even though it was in an entirely...

Our Research on Display

From innovative smartphone apps for healthcare to data-driven models for New York City’s transportation planners, there were almost 70 teams of scientists, engineers, and technologists...

Good Service is Rewarded

On April 13, 2017, NYU President Andrew Hamilton was on hand to honor the distinguished achievements of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students and student organizations for their...

Sustainability in Action at NYU Tandon

At the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, a day is not sufficient to pay homage to our home planet. Faculty, students, and alumni are busy all year long creating innovative solutions that promote a...

Future Labs hosts pitch competition for NYC startups, including company founded by Tandon alums

Flash Pitch held its most recent pitch competition on April 6, as part of TechCrunch Takes Manhattan, where multiple events for startups and companies were held across Manhattan, including a pitch...

Pitching to Win

Teams competing in InnoVention, the prototyping contest that challenges participants to validate, prototype, and pitch commercially viable tech solutions to pressing global problems, could end up...

Robots to the Rescue at the Kennedy Space Center

It’s no small task to build a fully autonomous robot capable of mining raw materials from the surface of Mars, but that’s exactly what a team of NYU Tandon School of Engineering students...

Out with Boring Statistics and Charts? Not So Fast . . .

Personnel working in the field of human rights sometimes express concern that describing large-scale atrocities using abstract data might create “compassion fatigue” by distancing their...

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...

Designing with Empathy

On March 24, participants from seven NYU schools, including the Tandon School of Engineering, the Meyers College of Nursing, the College of Global Public Health, and the Tisch School of Arts,...