Urban Modeling: From 3D Scanning To Numerical Wind Simulation with Professor Debra Laefer and Visiting Scholar Philipp Epple

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December 6, 2019 https://vimeo.com/378314871 Urban Modeling: From 3D Scanning To Numerical Wind Simulation 3D Laser Scanning have been applied to scan buildings in the last years. But the 3D laser building scanning is only one side of the work. The… Continue Reading Urban Modeling: From 3D Scanning To Numerical Wind Simulation with Professor Debra Laefer and Visiting Scholar Philipp Epple

What’s Happening at CUSP: December 2019

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Education Our first application deadline for Fall 2020 entry is December 15! Learn more about our graduate programs in Applied Urban Science and Informatics using the following links: Apply: https://apply.cusp.nyu.edu/apply/ Application Guide: https://cusp.nyu.edu/guide Admissions FAQ: https://cusp.nyu.edu/admissions-faq/ Research Congratulations to Professor Maurizio Porfiri, whose… Continue Reading What’s Happening at CUSP: December 2019

Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Navigation of Micro Aerial Vehicles with Assistant Professor Giuseppe Loianno, NYU Tandon

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November 22, 2019 https://vimeo.com/377141154 Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Navigation of Micro Aerial Vehicles Flying Robots often called drones are starting to play a major role in several tasks such as search and rescue, interaction with the environment, inspection, patrolling… Continue Reading Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Navigation of Micro Aerial Vehicles with Assistant Professor Giuseppe Loianno, NYU Tandon

New Paths for Better Estimation of Populations: Realistic Enterprise or a Fool’s Errand? with Joseph J. Salvo

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November 8, 2019 https://vimeo.com/377143700 New Paths for Better Estimation of Populations: Realistic Enterprise or a Fool’s Errand? Abstract: It is hard to overstate the importance of population estimates for municipal decisions, especially regarding the planning and implementation of programs aimed… Continue Reading New Paths for Better Estimation of Populations: Realistic Enterprise or a Fool’s Errand? with Joseph J. Salvo

Natural language interface for data visualization debuts at prestigious IEEE conference

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Research from NYU Tandon’s VIDA Lab leads to a system that lets people use simple English to create complex machine learning-driven visualizations (via NYU Tandon). BROOKLYN, New York – The ubiquity and sheer volume of data generated today give experts in virtually… Continue Reading Natural language interface for data visualization debuts at prestigious IEEE conference

Research Seminar with Assistant Professor Julia Stoyanovich, NYU Tandon

October 11, 2019 https://vimeo.com/366251690 TransFAT: Translating Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency into Data Science Practice Abstract: Data science technology promises to improve people's lives, accelerate scientific discovery and innovation, and bring about positive societal change. Yet, if not used responsibly, this same… Continue Reading Research Seminar with Assistant Professor Julia Stoyanovich, NYU Tandon

Research Seminar with Professor Maurizio Porfiri, NYU Tandon

October 11, 2019 https://vimeo.com/365850312 Engineering Participants’ Motivation in Citizen Science for Environmental Monitoring Abstract: In recent years, we have witnessed rapid growth in citizen science, where the non-professional public engages in various research fields, such as ecology, structural biology, astronomy, and… Continue Reading Research Seminar with Professor Maurizio Porfiri, NYU Tandon

Teams of mobile 3-D printing robots could fix bridges on Earth and build them to Mars

A multidisciplinary robotics team comprising of professors at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are designing control systems for 3D printers on robotic arms atop mobile, roving platforms. Functioning in teams --a concept called collective additive manufacturing (CAM) -- these… Continue Reading Teams of mobile 3-D printing robots could fix bridges on Earth and build them to Mars