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From Microwaves to Millimeter Waves

From Microwaves to Millimeter Waves

Bern Dibner Library Celebrates Tandon’s Long Tenure as a Leader in Wireless Communications

As home to NYU WIRELESS, Tandon is at the forefront of ushering in a new generation of wireless communication. Those not familiar with the history of the school, however, might not realize that it has long been at the frontier of wireless — which refers to any communication that uses electromagnetic or acoustic waves as a medium. The library is currently hosting an exhibit tracing the trajectory from early microwave research conducted by Ernst Weber to the work now being done at NYU WIRELESS.

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  • Universities and Cities ... Better Together

    Universities and Cities ... Better Together

    As part of the Inauguration Celebration Week honoring NYU President Andrew Hamilton, the Tandon School of Engineering hosted a panel discussion on smart cities — urban areas that deploy information and communication technology (ICT) in their efforts to be more efficient, cleaner, and safer.

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  • Made in Brooklyn!

    Made in Brooklyn!

    On September 20, NYU President Andrew Hamilton and NYU Tandon School of Engineering Dean Katepalli Sreenivasan cut the ribbon on a new high-tech facility: a gleaming bi-level, 10,000-square-foot MakerSpace, chock-full of cutting-edge tools that will enable students from across the university to go from product idea to working prototype.

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