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Kurt Becker Appointed Technical Chair of 2017 Conference for Plasma Science Experts

NYU Tandon Vice Dean for Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Physics Professor Kurt Becker was appointed technical chair of the 44th IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS...

Professor Ozbay Gives Keynote at Symposium on Transportation Informatics

NYU Tandon Professor of Civil and Urban Engineering Kaan Ozbay, who is jointly appointed with NYU’s Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP), explored the future of automotive big data in...

Surviving First Year: Advice from Returning Students

The beginning of the school year at NYU Tandon is fast approaching, which means many new faces will soon emerge on MetroTech Commons. Whether coming to Tandon is a big move or a short commute, you...

A New Minor is Major News for Students Seeking to Put Technology in Service to Society

Starting this fall, aspiring engineers at Tandon have the option of earning a minor in Disabilities Studies, thanks to a new multi-school interdisciplinary program intended to educate them about the...

Undergraduates spend summer gaining first-hand research experience

For most students, summer vacation entails a well-deserved break from studies, a repose from the rigors of academic pursuits. But for 104 undergraduate students at NYU Tandon, summer presents an even...

Five NYU WIRELESS Papers Ranked in IEEE’s Top 100 Downloaded Publications

Five papers published by NYU WIRELESS faculty and students ranked in the top 100 downloaded papers of IEEE publications and societies for July. Based at NYU Tandon and including faculty and students...

Precollege Program Provides High School Students Opportunity to Engineer their Future

What better way to spend summer vacation than … at school? For some high school juniors and seniors, this is exactly how they spent it. However, they did not give up lounging at the beach in...

Finance and Risk Engineering Faculty Lend their Expertise to Advance the Field

Roy S. Freedman — an adjunct professor in the Department of Finance and Risk Engineering, the author of the highly regarded textbook Introduction to Financial Technology, and the founder of the...

Professor Erkip Opens IEEE Conference with Plenary Tracing the History of Cooperation in Wireless Networking

Elza Erkip, professor of electrical and computer engineering, delivered the opening talk at the IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory in Barcelona, Spain, last month. The conference is a...

At the CrEST of Something Big

From a smart chair that eliminates the need for a remote control to a nightlight that also serves as a smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector, students who took park in this summer’s CrEST...