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Tandon Graduate Student Honored by the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society

Rapidly increasing demands for higher mobile data rates and ubiquitous data access have led to a spectrum crunch over the traditional wireless communication frequency bands. Luckily, Tandon doctoral...

Launching Student Entrepreneurs to Startup Success

Imagine trying on tattoos that only last for 3 months, or quickly printing a circuit board at your desktop. These are some of the ideas Tandon and NYU students pitched to the NYU Summer Launchpad...

Converging on Success

“NYU is committed to the success of each and every one of you, and we consider you part of the DNA of the school,” Chandrika Tandon, Chair of the Tandon School of Engineering’s...

From the Gowanus Canal to Esteemed Startup Accelerator

Manifold Robotics — the brainchild of Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Maurizio Porfiri and postdoctoral researcher Jeffrey Laut — was recently selected to participate in...

Tech Triumph: How Computer Imaging is Predicting Autism

When clinical researchers wondered if it would be possible to detect autism before they could spot behavioral clues, they added to their team one of the world’s foremost authorities on medical...

Experts Explore How People and Machines Connect for Social Good

In mid-June, almost 200 participants from 19 countries convened at NYU Tandon for the Collective Intelligence Conference, an annual interdisciplinary event dedicated to advancing our understanding of...

In Memoriam: Harry C. Wechsler

It is with regret that we share news of the passing on June 29 of Harry C. Wechsler (’48), whose years at our school – then known as the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn – were a...

To Mars and Beyond: NYU Tandon and partners selected as new hub for VR/AR in NYC

Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen may have thought she was just coming to Brooklyn, but her visit to the NYU Tandon School of Engineering took her all the way to Mars and...

Panel Offers Career Advice to Students and Honors Professor’s Advocacy

“Working hard is essential, but it’s very different from marketing and promoting oneself,”  Amy Kopelan emphasized during the 5th Annual Career Development Panel, which...

Canoeing to a Top-10 Finish

After a sweeping victory that saw them take first place in almost every category at the Metropolitan Regional Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) National Concrete Canoe...