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Universities and Cities ... Better Together

On September 20, as part of the Inauguration Celebration Week honoring NYU President Andrew Hamilton, the Tandon School of Engineering hosted a panel discussion on smart cities — urban areas...

From Microwaves to Millimeter Waves

As home to NYU WIRELESS, a leader in 5G research, Tandon is at the forefront of ushering in a new generation of wireless communication. The well-respected academic research center was founded by...

Made in Brooklyn!

On September 20, NYU President Andrew Hamilton and NYU Tandon School of Engineering Dean Katepalli Sreenivasan cut the ribbon on a new high-tech facility: a gleaming bi-level, 10,000-square-foot...

It Takes a Village (or at Least a Great School)

Three-time graduate of the electrical engineering department, Reynaldo Salcedo (’11, ’12, ’14) is now working at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory, a research facility devoted to...

Tandon’s Newest Faculty Members Bring Expertise in Clean Energy, Nanomaterials, Machine Learning, and More

The face of engineering is constantly changing. While we take pride in being the school that educated James J. Wood (1879), who is responsible for the machinery that produced the distinctive cables...

Orientation Activities Give Students Chance to Take Stand Against Hunger and Social Injustice

The class of 2020 experienced first hand what it means to serve society during undergraduate orientation. Instead of using technology, however, they donned hair nets and gloves to package tens of...

NYU WIRELESS Doctoral Student Wins Marconi Young Scholars Award

The Marconi Society has awarded George MacCartney, Jr., an electrical engineering doctoral student at NYU Tandon and a researcher at NYU WIRELESS, a 2016 Paul Baran Young Scholars Award for his work...

Whispering Gallery-Mode Biosensors Are Worth Shouting About

In early 2016 University Professor of Applied Physics Stephen Arnold earned a patent for his system for finding the size of one or more individual particles (such as nanoparticles) in real time using...

On the Frontier

The annual National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) Symposium brings together the field’s most innovative and inspiring figures, allowing them to share...

Practice Makes Boring, Not Perfect

Apparently, the more you play a game, the less likely you are to get a high score. Andy Nealen, co-director of the Game Innovation Lab at NYU Tandon, and doctoral candidate Aaron Isaksen demonstrated...