COVID-19 Research by Professor Debra Laefer Selected for NYS GIS Applications/ Dashboard Award

Congratulations to Professor Debra Laefer and  NYU School of Global Public Health Assistant Professor Tom Kirchner! Their COVID-19 research on “DETER: Developing Epidemiology mechanisms in Three-dimensions to Enhance Response” was selected by the New York State GIS Association for a a 2020 Fight Against COVID Application/ Dashboard… Continue Reading COVID-19 Research by Professor Debra Laefer Selected for NYS GIS Applications/ Dashboard Award

SONYC Project Receives $25,000 Grant from ConEd to Support K12 STEM Education 2021 Middle School Program

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Congratulations to the Sounds of New York City (SONYC) Project, who received a $25,000 grant from Con Edison to support the NYU-Poly Center for K12 STEM Education 2021 Middle School SONYC program!The Center for K12 STEM Education at NYU Tandon School of Engineering aims to… Continue Reading SONYC Project Receives $25,000 Grant from ConEd to Support K12 STEM Education 2021 Middle School Program

“Can I Trust my AI?” with Siddharth Garg, NYU Tandon

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https://vimeo.com/473991911 October 30, 2020 Can I Trust my AI? Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) techniques are being increasingly deployed in safety and security-critical settings. Examples include autonomous driving, biometric authentication,  and medical diagnostics. At the same time, however,… Continue Reading “Can I Trust my AI?” with Siddharth Garg, NYU Tandon

“Explaining the Black-White Depression Paradox: An Introduction to Racialization and Mental Health” with John R. Pamplin II, NYU CUSP

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https://vimeo.com/473497263 October 23, 2020 Explaining the Black-White Depression Paradox: An Introduction to Racialization and Mental Health Abstract:  According to large nationally-representative epidemiologic surveys, Black individuals in the U.S. experience a lesser or equal prevalence of DSM-diagnosed major depression, relative to White… Continue Reading “Explaining the Black-White Depression Paradox: An Introduction to Racialization and Mental Health” with John R. Pamplin II, NYU CUSP

“Physics-Guided AI for Learning Spatiotemporal Dynamics” with Rose Yu, University of California San Diego

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https://vimeo.com/469810926 October 16, 2020 Physics-Guided AI for Learning Spatiotemporal Dynamics Abstract: Applications such as public health, transportation, climate science, and aerospace engineering require learning complex dynamics from large-scale spatiotemporal data. Such data is often non-linear, non-Euclidean, high-dimensional, and demonstrates complicated dependencies.… Continue Reading “Physics-Guided AI for Learning Spatiotemporal Dynamics” with Rose Yu, University of California San Diego

“Watching IoTs That Watch Us: Studying IoT Security & Privacy at Scale” with Danny Y. Huang, NYU CUSP & NYU Tandon

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https://vimeo.com/469811974 October 2, 2020 Watching IoTs That Watch Us: Studying IoT Security & Privacy at Scale Abstract: Many consumers today are increasingly concerned about IoT security and privacy. There is much media hype about home cameras being hacked or voice assistants… Continue Reading “Watching IoTs That Watch Us: Studying IoT Security & Privacy at Scale” with Danny Y. Huang, NYU CUSP & NYU Tandon

New Podcast: “Historic Preservation Through Advanced Remote Sensing Capabilities” with Professor Debra Laefer

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On September 17th, Professor Debra Laefer gave a talk on "Historic Preservation through Advanced Remote Sensing Capabilities" as part of Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP)'s Preservation Lecture Series.While ground-based commercial imagery and laser scanning have been… Continue Reading New Podcast: “Historic Preservation Through Advanced Remote Sensing Capabilities” with Professor Debra Laefer