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NYU Tandon Making Herstory

NYU Tandon's continued efforts to bridge the gender gap in STEM fields are paying off — last year 37 percent of Tandon freshman were women, the highest percentage in Tandon history,...

A Bridge to NYU Tandon: Student shares her journey from non-profits to computer science

As Lucia Yu was preparing to graduate in 2016 from New York University, she debated how best to incorporate her focus on economics, anthropology and public policy with a burgeoning interest in...

It Takes a Top Team to Be InnoVentive

It had been a whirlwind few weeks. After finding like-minded colleagues with complementary skills at “Team Hunts” in December and January, getting advice from seasoned business founders...

The Marvels of Mechatronics

NYU Tandon is quickly becoming a hub for mechatronics, a multidisciplinary field that combines mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, informatics, and sensors with computer control...

Where Physics and Art Intersect

In the fall of 2016, the American Physical Society’s Division of Fluid Dynamics hosted a presentation “Creative Turbulence: Experiments in Art and Physics,” whose co-authors...

Frank Lombardi, Adjunct Professor of Civil and Urban Engineering Is Honored By Industry Group

The Department of Civil and Urban Engineering has always been proud to have Frank Lombardi as a faculty member. As the former Chief Engineer of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, he...

Paint the town red, blue & pink!

Celebrating one of the biggest Hindu holidays, NYU Tandon’s Graduate Indian Students’ Association (GISA) will host the 2017 Holi Party on Sunday, March 5, 2017 at the Kimmel Center. Holi...

A Member of the "Greatest Generation" Makes a Great Contribution to Tandon

By now, it might seem like a cliché to say someone hails from the “Greatest Generation,” but Henry A. Hain spent his life quietly proving the truth in that sobriquet. In the wake...

Machine Learning Demystified

Google Faculty Research Awards are aimed at recognizing and supporting world-class academic researchers who are doing cutting-edge work that could impact how future generations use technology....

An Aspiring Doctoral Candidate Is Already Making Waves

Neel Dey arrived in Brooklyn in 2015 with a freshly minted B.E. in Electronics and Telecommunications from the University of Mumbai and a desire to pursue a master’s degree in Tandon’s...