• Vladmir Tsifrinovich

    Vladmir Tsifrinovich

    Vladmir Tsifrinovich, industry associate professor, Applied Physics, published two articles, “Measuring the State of a Single-molecule Magnet with a Microstrip Resonator” and "Measurement of Quantum State of Single Molecule Magnet with Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy” in the Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience.

  • Harold Sjursen

    Harold Sjursen

    Harold Sjursen, industry professor of philosophy, Technology, Culture, and Society, organized a lecture on “The Future of Engineering Education” at NYU Abu Dhabi. The conference brought together internationally recognized leaders in engineering education to focus on the relationship between engineering and the liberal arts.

  • Zhong-Ping Jiang

    Zhong-Ping Jiang

    Zhong-Ping Jiang, professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, was the keynote speaker at the 2012 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Technology Automation, Control and Intelligent Systems in Bangkok, Thailand.

  • Jean Gallagher

    Jean Gallagher

    Jean Gallagher, professor of English, Technology, Culture, and Society, has written her third book of poems titled, “Start,” published by Oberlin College Press.

  • Juliana Freire

    Juliana Freire

    Juliana Freire, professor, Computer Science and Engineering, was a featured speaker at the Association of Management Consulting Firms conference on “Big Data and Business Analytics: The Next Big Thing for Management Consulting?” on June 20.

  • Emeric Deutsch

    Emeric Deutsch, professor (retired), Mathematics, published “Rooted Tree Statistics from Matula Numbers” in Discrete Applied Mathematics and “Restricted Simun Permutations” and “Adjacent q-Cycles in Permutations” in Annals of Combinatorics.

  • Mary Cowman

    Mary Cowman

    Mary Cowman, professor and associate provost for programs planning and development, gave a lecture titled “Macromolecular Crowding and Cell Signaling by Hyaluronan in the Pericelluar Matrix” as part of Columbia University’s biomedical engineering seminar series.

  • Edward Wolf

    Edward Wolf

    Edward Wolf, professor, Applied Physics, co-authored a book with his student Manasa Medikonda titled “Understanding the Nanotechnology Revolution”, which will be published in May.

  • Jonathan Soffer

    Jonathan Soffer

    Jonathan Soffer, associate professor, Technology, Culture and Society, has been elected a fellow of the New York Academy of History. 

  • Frederick Novometsky

    Frederick Novometsky

    Frederick Novometsky, industry professor, Finance and Risk Engineering, published a new package called rportfolios written in R, a free open source software environment for statistical computing and graphics.