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Constantine Kontokosta Is on the Frontlines of Using Data for Good in Cities

Constantine Kontokosta — Assistant Professor in Tandon’s Department of Civil and Urban Engineering and the NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP), the Director of the Urban...

Driving Progress: Students Excel at the Forbes Idea Incubator Challenge

More than 111 million people watched the New England Patriots triumph over the Atlanta Falcons during Super Bowl LI this past February. Chances are good that many of them were fighting back tears in...

Tandon Team Helps Solve NYC’s Traffic Woes

If you have ever been stuck on a Manhattan street behind a massive truck, double-parked as its driver ferries an endless stream of cartons into a supermarket, you might feel you can vouch for the eye...

What's New at CSAW'17

Excitement is mounting in the days leading up to Cybersecurity Awareness Week (CSAW) 2017, with a jam-packed conference set to take place here in Brooklyn and at satellite locations around the world...

Tandon Students Merge Healthcare & Tech to Win NYU Healthcare Makerthon

Four teams featuring students from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering won the 3rd Annual NYU Healthcare Makerthon, garnering over $10,000 in prize money to fund their innovative ventures. The...

NYU Tandon and C2Smart Host TransportationCamp NYC

On October 21, engineers, planners, students, and technology experts gathered at NYU Tandon’s Brooklyn campus for the 2017 TransportationCamp NYC. The annual “unconference,” which...

Our Engineers Remember Superstorm Sandy and Its Lessons

Five years ago Sandy swept the entire seaboard of the U.S., saving its worst for the coastal areas of New Jersey and New York. Seawater from the surge filled streets and subway tunnels, and water...

Celebrating a Stellar Life and Career: Remembering Jay Greene

To people who knew and loved him, Jay Greene’s ('64) appearances on the History Channel and in other media outlets were far from the most impressive thing about him. No screen could really...

Tandon Student Discovers Life as an Engineer

On a sunny day in August, Carmen Chen spent her morning busily archiving files and entering construction cost data into spreadsheets. Next up was her weekly lunch with coworkers, followed by a trip...

Allan Goldstein Hailed as an Innovator by the Chronicle of Higher Education

It’s been a banner few years for Senior Lecturer Allan Goldstein, who teaches Disabilities Studies to aspiring engineers seeking to create new adaptive technologies and human-centered...