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New facility, new resources, new opportunities for collaboration

370 Jay Street Opens

entrance to 370 Jay st

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NYU Tandon, already a leader in vital fields like cybersecurity and wireless telecommunications, is moving fast to become just as big a force in AI, robotics, biomedical engineering and a host of highly cross-disciplinary fields in which advances owe as much to collaboration as to invention. 

Thanks to the opening of 370 Jay Street, the opportunities for synergy are about to expand greatly. With its array of new labs, classrooms, and collaborative spaces in what used to be the headquarters of the MTA, this newly minted space, dedicated to the cross-section of creativity and technology, will house not only the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering departments as well as the Integrated Digital Media program, but also areas of research excellence that are pushing the envelope in Data Science, Emerging Media, Health and Medicine, Sustainability, and all things Urban. It will also provide a consolidated home to our successful entrepreneurial network of Future Labs.

 

Tandon is excited to share this new facility with NYU Tisch, Steinhardt, and Courant, bringing more faculty and students to Brooklyn and helping perpetuate the continued success of the Brooklyn Tech Triangle and the ever-emerging Brooklyn Innovation Coastline.

Connecting research to action and creating even more potential for multidisciplinary partnerships, Tandon’s occupancy of 370 Jay Street will continue to provide a place for people born anywhere to be Made in Brooklyn.