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  • Public Fears in Virtual Places: Inaugural Cyber Security Lecture  Tackles Crime, Solutions

    Public Fears in Virtual Places: Inaugural Cyber Security Lecture Tackles Crime, Solutions

    Martin H. Sachs, distinguished lecturer at the NYU-Poly/Sloan Inaugural Cyber Security Lecture sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, delivered his assessment of the problem of cyber security and potential solutions in Pfizer Auditorium on June 21.

  • Spring Town Hall Signifies New Beginnings at NYU-Poly

    Spring Town Hall Signifies New Beginnings at NYU-Poly

    A buzz took over MetroTech Center, or Innovation Square as it’s been dubbed, before the spring Town Hall meeting. President Jerry Hultin was the reason for the flurry: shortly before the students, faculty and staff gathered for the biannual meeting, he announced that he would be stepping down in the summer of 2013.

  • Letter from the President

    Letter from the President

    At the end of March, many of you received an email with the news that I plan to step down as President of NYU-Poly, effective the summer of 2013.

  • NYU Abu Dhabi’s First Peer-Reviewed Paper

    NYU Abu Dhabi’s First Peer-Reviewed Paper

    While most students spend winter break reconnecting with friends, catching up on some much-needed sleep and preparing for J-Term courses, sophomore Songyishu Yang traveled to Hammamet, Tunisia. Yang is the first NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) student to be invited to present a peer-reviewed paper at the third International Renewable Energy Congress (IREC). Songyishu Yang is the first NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) student to be invited to present a peer-reviewed paper at the third International Renewable Energy Congress (IREC).

  • 23 Brooklyn School Teams Advance to Regional Robotics Challenge

    23 Brooklyn School Teams Advance to Regional Robotics Challenge

    The annual Brooklyn qualifying round for FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO League (FLL®) has always been a crowd- pleaser and the 12th annual event on Saturday, January 14 promised not to disappoint.

  • The Textbook That Explains the Internet

    The Textbook That Explains the Internet

    The subject of computer networking covers the concepts, protocols and technologies that underpin arguably the most important and exciting technology today, namely, the Internet. 

  • DoT and NYU Explore Joint Opportunities in Transportation Education and Research

    DoT and NYU Explore Joint Opportunities in Transportation Education and Research

    As part of its commitment to improving research and education in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, in line with the Abu Dhabi Plan 2030, the Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi and New York University announced a strategic partnership to explore joint education and research opportunities in the field of transportation.

  • Braking Power: Low-Weight and High-Durability Brake Rotors

    Braking Power: Low-Weight and High-Durability Brake Rotors

    Few things could be more valuable to automotive manufacturers these days than innovations that lower the cost of ownership of a vehicle. With gasoline prices at historic highs, consumers are more likely these days to consider cars and trucks that are easier on the pocketbook, and cheaper to maintain over the long haul.

  • Citizen Science: Collaborating for a Cleaner Community

    Citizen Science: Collaborating for a Cleaner Community

    Doing science about people and machines, using people and machines, while contributing to cleaning a polluted Brooklyn waterway: That’s the goal and plan of a new project led by twoNYU-Poly professors and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

  • See the Ideas: Changing the Culture of Data Provenance

    See the Ideas: Changing the Culture of Data Provenance

    When it comes to highly complex data from multiple sources, there’s really no better way than visual models for making it comprehensible.