NYU CUSP & NYU Marron Institute’s Constantine E. Kontokosta is a Google AI Impact Grantee

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NYU CUSP's Associate Professor Constantine E. Kontokosta, PhD, PE, has been selected as a Google AI Impact Grantee (Press Release via New York University). The Institute will partner with FDNY to apply Artificial Intelligence to emergency response.New York University’s Marron Institute… Continue Reading NYU CUSP & NYU Marron Institute’s Constantine E. Kontokosta is a Google AI Impact Grantee

New Technology Could Allow Scientists to Better Understand Pollution Impact on Each Individual

R&D Magazine features new research by Masoud Ghandehari, an associate professor at NYU CUSP and NYU Tandon's Department of Civil and Urban Engineering. A new report outlines how advances in instrumentation and information technology will soon allow researchers to get… Continue Reading New Technology Could Allow Scientists to Better Understand Pollution Impact on Each Individual

New York City gentrification creating urban ‘islands of exclusion,’ study finds

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Research from NYU CUSP graduate students featured by UC Berkeley. The New York metropolitan area has seen tremendous economic growth, but many residents in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods are struggling to afford living in the 31-county, tri-state region, University of California,… Continue Reading New York City gentrification creating urban ‘islands of exclusion,’ study finds

Research Project by NYU CUSP Associate Professor of Practice Stanislav Sobolevsky selected for C2SMART Year 3 Agenda

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C2SMART has designated funding for 12 new projects that seek to tackle a wide range of issues in transportation, both building on the center’s current work and investigating new challenges in the center’s research areas, including C2SMART’s new focus on… Continue Reading Research Project by NYU CUSP Associate Professor of Practice Stanislav Sobolevsky selected for C2SMART Year 3 Agenda

Citizen Scientists Train Artificial Intelligence to Help Mitigate Noise Pollution in NYC

Featured by New York University. The Sounds of New York City (SONYC) project launches its first citizen science initiative to help NYU researchers train machine listening models.The Sounds of New York City (SONYC) —a first-of-its-kind research project addressing urban noise pollution—has launched… Continue Reading Citizen Scientists Train Artificial Intelligence to Help Mitigate Noise Pollution in NYC

SONYC: A System for Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution

Juan Bello discusses SONYC

Juan P. Bello and Charles Mydlarz discuss "SONYC: A System for the Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution," a Contributed Article in the February 2019 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery (CACM) Magazine. https://vimeo.com/310203443Noise is unwanted or harmful… Continue Reading SONYC: A System for Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution