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World’s First Electric Touring Motorcycle Takes NYU Tandon by Storm

On October 25, 2016, a spectacular motorcycle glided through the hallways of Jacobs Hall at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. The STORM Wave Motorcycle, dubbed “the Tesla of Motorbikes”...

A Sharpshooter in the Spotlight

It’s a little exhausting even just listing Roopa Unnikrishnan’s accomplishments: Oxford graduate, Rhodes Scholar, founder of her own successful consulting business with numerous Fortune...

Student hackers team up with Manhattan DA to fight human trafficking

In an ongoing effort to combat human trafficking in New York City and across the globe, the Manhattan District Attorney’s (DANY) office partnered with Cornell Tech for a 24-hour student...

Meet the New Dean of Undergraduate and Graduate Academics

When Dean Katepalli Sreenivasan announced that Tandon’s new Associate Dean for Graduate and Undergraduate Academics would be Associate Professor Peter Voltz of the Department of Electrical and...

How to Be a VIP

Tandon students will attest that they accomplish a lot over the course of a single semester. It can be hard, however, to move on from an exciting topic or favorite professor once the semester is over...

NYU Tandon Hosts Global Symposium on Additive Manufacturing

On October 21, the newly inaugurated NYU Tandon School of Engineering MakerSpace hosted the global symposium, “Additive Manufacturing: New Horizons in Research and Industry.” The event...

Rainer Weiss, Physicist and Inventor, Shares Insight on Black Holes and Einstein’s Legacy

Albert Einstein’s 1915 theory of general relativity revolutionized how scientists viewed the universe with its geometric portrait of gravity, space and time, and its proposition that certain...

The Latest Faculty-to Faculty Event Was Far from a “Waste” of Time

The scientists and engineers attending the latest faculty-to-faculty luncheon were eager to hear about the work of two new faculty members — Andrea Silverman, who has a joint appointment...

Tandon Student Research Posters Win First and Second Place at IEEE Symposium

As more of the world increases its use of wireless devices and networks, researchers and telecommunication companies face challenges in how to balance the burden of billions of users with the demand...

Sharing Secrets: How Bacteria Communicate

“We live [now] in the age of bacteria,” Jeffrey Lynford said in his introduction to the 2016 Lynford Lecture. Citing the famous quote from paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould, Lynford, who...