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Reimagining the workplace through augmented reality

With augmented reality (AR) becoming more prevalent outside of the tech world, many researchers are exploring the role it could play in the workplace, from streamlining collaborative teamwork to...

NYU Tandon Honored for Its Women in STEM Initiatives

The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) recently honored NYU Tandon for its successes in recruiting and retaining female students in Computer Science, Integrated Digital...

From Programming a Vacuum-Tube IBM to a Place in Computer History

As a middle-school student in California, Leonard Shustek — the future co-founder and chair of Nestar Systems, an early developer of networks for personal computers — was chosen to...

A Champion for Innovation

Throughout its history, Poly faculty, students, and alumni have been prolific inventors and innovators. More often than not, these efforts were the result of individual creativity, drive, and...

Senior Projects Garner Awards at Capstone Competition

As dozens of student and faculty researchers gathered at NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s 2017 Research Expo to display their innovative research, senior undergraduate students also...

Cybersecurity experts discuss the perfect storm — a convergence of Internet of Things, Cloud, and Security

With the increasing adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT), concerns are growing about security, particularly hardware security, which is an integral part of the IoT framework. Security threats...

Purple Robes, Pomp, and Plenty of Celebrating

The NYU Tandon School of Engineering took over the Barclays Center on May 16 for its 162nd Commencement, and almost 2,000 grads walked the stage to shake the hand of Dean Katepalli Sreenivasan and...

i2e – A Venerable School Motto is Realized by Joining Two First-year Engineering Courses

Imagine high school is nearing its end, and you’ve been accepted to NYU Tandon. It’s an exciting prospect. You’ll probably be even more excited once you’ve had a chance to...

High School Researcher in Nano Lab Wins First Place at NY Science & Engineering Fair

Working in a university-level laboratory is a challenging endeavor, especially at engineering laboratories here at NYU Tandon. Despite the very steep learning curve, high school student Kristian...

Deloitte’s Ralph Sorrentino Is the Latest Alum to Advise Students at the Dean’s Roundtable

When Ralph Sorrentino (‘82), a current Principal and former Chief Confidentiality and Privacy Officer for the Deloitte U.S. Firm, visited Tandon on April 27 to engage with students at the...