NYU Tandon School of Engineering is a place where great ideas converge to push the frontier of a technology-enabled world. It’s a place where students and professors work closely among their peers, other research institutions and industry partners to advance their fields. Their research helps us better understand our world and contributes to making our world better.
Our research focus areas
Provides advances to address medical problems via multiple cross-disciplinary teams of engineers and scientists.
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In these research efforts NYU School of Engineering faculty collaborate with their colleagues from NYU Computer Science, NYU Steinhardt, NYU Stern, and NYU Tisch.
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Urban Science, is part of NYU’s university-wide initiative on “The Future of Cities,” called the Institute for Cities and Environmental Sustainability (ICES).
Watch the exciting research our faculty and students are doing
Professor Nikhil Gupta introduces us to the Lightweight Materials Initiative.
Undergraduate Student Steven Zeltmann walks us through his research process and shows us how lightweight materials are made.
Message from the Associate Provost
The Office of the Associate Provost for Research and Technology Initiatives is here to champion and support the creative work of our distinguished faculty, dedicated postdocs, and inquisitive Ph.D. students. We support our academic community as we shape our work to meet society’s challenges and work to devise solutions to real problems.
Our effort contributes to a vibrant academic environment for discovery and original scholarship characterized by a rich exchange among disciplines. We work collaboratively with departments across the university to expand the scope and reach of our research.
Ph.D. students play a vital role in advancing the institute’s research programs and represent our next generation of leaders and scholars. We provide targeted support for Ph.D. students to benefit from having their research guided by faculty who are, themselves, active creators of new knowledge and innovators.
Kurt H. Becker
Vice Dean for Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship