“Accelerating Geospatial AI for Climate Impact Modeling” with Dr. Hendrik Hamann, IBM

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October 22, 2021https://vimeo.com/640470680 Abstract The urgency of climate change has brought the importance of accelerating climate science and research to the forefront. Improved understanding of climate change risk and impacts will form the basis for developing strategies, including carbon footprint… Continue Reading “Accelerating Geospatial AI for Climate Impact Modeling” with Dr. Hendrik Hamann, IBM

“Outdoor Falls Prevention: Promoting Safety in Urban Neighborhoods” with Tracy Chippendale

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October 8, 2021https://vimeo.com/636295536 Outdoor Falls Prevention: Promoting Safety in Urban Neighborhoods Outdoor falls present a significant challenge to the health and well-being of community dwelling older adults living in urban environments. The focus of this presentation is research findings regarding… Continue Reading “Outdoor Falls Prevention: Promoting Safety in Urban Neighborhoods” with Tracy Chippendale

CUSP Professor Debra Laefer received a $1 million Civic Innovation Challenge Stage 2 Award

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Debra Laefer, Professor in the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering and the Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and Rae Zimmerman, Research Professor and Professor Emerita of Planning and Public Administration at NYU Wagner,… Continue Reading CUSP Professor Debra Laefer received a $1 million Civic Innovation Challenge Stage 2 Award

“Neuromechanics: Insects to In-vivo Mechatronics” with Dr. Ravi Vaidyanathan, MIT

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October 1, 2021 Neuromechanics: Insects to In-vivo Mechatronics Mechatronics is the synergistic combination of precision engineering, electronic control, and systems thinking in the design of products and manufacturing processes. Bio-Mechatronics may be viewed as its extension fused with influence from… Continue Reading “Neuromechanics: Insects to In-vivo Mechatronics” with Dr. Ravi Vaidyanathan, MIT

“Safe and Resilient Autonomous Driving in Smart Cities” with Golnaz Habibi, MIT

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September 24, 2021https://vimeo.com/635849344 Safe and Resilient Autonomous Driving in Smart Cities Despite all recent advances in robotics and automation, building a resilient, safe, and practical autonomous system with the ability of interacting with the environment efficiently and overcoming the challenges… Continue Reading “Safe and Resilient Autonomous Driving in Smart Cities” with Golnaz Habibi, MIT

“Incentive Design for Promoting Ridesharing” with Neda Masoud, University of Michigan

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONTwsOul_vESeptember 8, 2021 IoT and the Curse of Massive Wireless Connectivity: A Systems Outlook Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) relies heavily on wireless communication-enabled devices that can discover and interact with other wireless devices in their vicinity. The communication flexibility… Continue Reading “Incentive Design for Promoting Ridesharing” with Neda Masoud, University of Michigan

Novel research revealing how a unique sponge “goes with the flow” could improve man-made structures

Institute Professor Maurizio Porfiri

Collaborative project including NYU Tandon researcher Maurizio Porfiri taps one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers to reveal the water-bending skills of the Venus' flower basket sponge. Insights could have implications for man-made craft and structures (via NYU Tandon). The… Continue Reading Novel research revealing how a unique sponge “goes with the flow” could improve man-made structures