News

Carmen Villafane, Advisor to the Tandon Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, is Honored

“As soon as they walk into my office for the first time, they become like my own kids,” Carmen Villafane says of the students who cross her threshold. With that level of heart and...

Off Road and On Track to Win

The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) had staid beginnings: in June 1902 Peter Heldt, the editor of a new trade magazine, The Horseless Age, penned a piece that asserted, “Now there is a...

NYU Tandon Researcher Uses Machine Learning to Help Early Detection and Treatment of Lymphedema

Machine learning is driving advances in areas like commerce, gaming, navigation, cybersecurity, and voice recognition. However, Yao Wang, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, is using...

A Star Researcher (and Dean)

It was an eventful year-end for Dean Katepalli Sreenivasan. In November, Science Advances published “Shape of a slowly rotating star measured by asteroseismology,” which he co-wrote....

Dual-Degree Student Awarded Civil Engineering Scholarship

The Deep Foundations Institute Educational Trust named Julia Langewis (’17) the recipient of the Donald J. Murphy Memorial Scholarship, making her the second Tandon student to receive the...

Career Coaching, Networking ... and Pizza

When Jim Arnoff speaks, he radiates enough energy to make you forget that it’s a blustery December day outside. The certified life/career coach and NYU adjunct instructor recently came to the...

Innovation Abounds at the Prototyping Fund Showcase

From a food computer to a tamper-resistant, timed-release pill bottle, over a dozen innovative student-built designs filled the MakerSpace at the Fall 2016 Prototyping Fund Showcase on December 6....

2016: A Year in Review

2016 is a year to remember — for so many reasons. Here at NYU Tandon our students and faculty continued to push the boundaries of using science, technology, and research to find new ways to...

Veteran Entrepreneurs Bring Their Skills to the Civilian World

When Dean Katepalli Sreenivasan spoke at the graduation ceremony honoring the latest group of military veterans to complete entrepreneurship training at Tandon’s Future Labs, he admitted that...

Tandon Alum Wins Prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship to Study in China

Mohammed Omar lived in South Africa, the Netherlands, and Singapore during his formative years, and when the time came to pick a university, he had his choice of schools in a number of world capitals...