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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...

Smart Grids, Future Labs, and a Lesson in Tandon History at the Latest Faculty-Meets-Faculty Event

Attendees at the latest faculty-meets-faculty luncheon heard from one of Tandon’s newest faculty members, Assistant Professor Yury Dvorkin of the Department of Electrical and Computer...

Allan Goldstein honored for commitment to education and disability advocacy

“Disability is not a tragedy. It’s just a different way of living,” Senior Lecturer Allan Goldstein told his students during a recent session of his Disabilities Studies course....

Alum John Nicols Drops By to Speak at the Dean’s Roundtable

When John Nicols (’85) met the students attending the first Dean’s Roundtable event of the semester he had an immediate and admiring reaction. “There were only two women in my...

National Science Foundation recognizes undergraduate student’s community outreach

Nurturing future chemists and engineers involves both the promotion of STEM in schools as well as academic support for students pursuing their path towards higher education — support that Peter...

Tandon Students Collaborate to Design Innovative Financial Solutions for Baby Boomers

Kathleen Chao, Adhish Patel, and Lillian Warner – graduate students who are active in the NYU chapter of Design for America (DFA) – are not yet out of their 20s, but when Professor Anne-...

A New Master’s Degree for a New Kind of Professional

It is now a widely acknowledged trend: the lines between technology companies and other enterprises are rapidly diminishing, with enterprises from healthcare to automotive to entertainment...

New Imaging Techniques Track Cocaine’s Effect on Infant Brains

Researchers from NYU Tandon School of Engineering and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill have received a five-year, $3.2 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the...

Smart Urban Design Means Knowing Where the Shadows Fall

As the world urbanizes and new buildings elbow their way into already-crowded cities, structural shadows are increasingly affecting quality of life. While shade thrown by large man-made objects...