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Alum Joe Amendolara Shares His Path to Success at Dean’s Roundtable

“Passion, perseverance, and problem-solving. These are the words that I live by,” Joseph Amendolara (‘72), president of Electrotech Service Equipment Corporation, shared with the...

New Artificial Intelligence Research Institute Launches

On November 15, New York University celebrated the launch of the AI Now Institute, a new research center that will study the social implications of AI (artificial intelligence), machine learning, and...

Celebrating Tandon’s Storied History in Aviation

Last spring, a team of students from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering competed in the Society of Aerospace Engineers (SAE) Aero Design Competition, placing 15th out of 40 teams...

Closing the STEM Gender Gap Is a Team Effort at NYU Tandon

When alumni from past years return to Brooklyn to visit NYU Tandon, some of the reactions are predictable. Those who attended before 1969, when the Myrtle Avenue Elevated was demolished, marvel at...

In Memoriam: Michael Greenstein

There were many admirable things about Industry Professor of Technology Management and Innovation Michael Greenstein, from his deep commitment to the School of Engineering to the individual attention...

Summit Highlights Bright Future for AI in NYC

Following its first-ever and highly successful AI (artificial intelligence) Summit in April, NYU Tandon’s Future Labs celebrated the rapid growth of AI technology and companies in New York City...

Julian Togelius Named Editor of Prestigious IEEE Journal on Games and AI

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Computational Intelligence Society recently announced that NYU Tandon Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Julian...

Future Cyber Heroes

In a weekend filled with excitement, fun, and learning, it’s hard to pinpoint just a few highlights. By the time the 14th annual New York University Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) games...

Celebrating Veterans Well beyond Veterans Day

Although November 13 dawned with somewhat grey and gloomy skies, the atmosphere at the opening of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s newest enterprise was anything but. The cold and drizzle...

“Eccentric Engineering” on Display at The Glass Room, London

If you found yourself strolling down London’s iconic Charing Cross Road in the last month or so, you might have taken notice of an unusual shop. The gleaming glass-fronted space appeared to...