“Data Science for Co-Producing Resilient Urban Futures” with Dr. Timon McPhearson, The New School

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December 11, 2020 Data Science for Co-Producing Resilient Urban Futures The scale, pace and intensity of human activity on the planet has fundamentally altered multiple earth systems and demands radical departures from the status quo to remain within planetary boundaries… Continue Reading “Data Science for Co-Producing Resilient Urban Futures” with Dr. Timon McPhearson, The New School

“FloodSense – Longitudinal Remote Urban Flood Monitoring” with Andrea Silverman, Charlie Mydlarz, Elizabeth Hénaff, and Tega Brain

https://vimeo.com/489909278 This seminar is co-sponsored by CUSP and the C2SMART Center. December 4, 2020 Floodsense - Longitudinal Remote Urban Flood Monitoring In New York City, sea level rise has led to a dramatic increase in flood risk, particularly in low-lying… Continue Reading “FloodSense – Longitudinal Remote Urban Flood Monitoring” with Andrea Silverman, Charlie Mydlarz, Elizabeth Hénaff, and Tega Brain

Trust and Distance in the Smart City with Eric Corbett, NYU CUSP

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https://vimeo.com/486058310 November 20, 2020 Trust and Distance in the Smart City American democracy is currently experiencing a crisis in trust as American’s trust in their government has decreased significantly over the past half-century. To restore trust in government, public officials… Continue Reading Trust and Distance in the Smart City with Eric Corbett, NYU CUSP

“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

IoT and the Curse of Massive Wireless Connectivity: A Systems Outlook with Junaid Farooq, University of Michigan

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September 25, 2020 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 IoT and the Curse of Massive Wireless Connectivity: A Systems Outlook with Junaid Farooq, University of Michigan

Solving Urban Challenges Using Data: Toward a Data Skills Toolkit for Public Employees to Shape the Future

https://vimeo.com/430795262 Online event co-hosted by CUSP & The GovLab at NYU Tandon. June 11th, 2020 Co-Chairs: Victoria Alsina, Academic Director, NYU CUSP Stefaan Verhulst, Chief Research & Development Officer, The GovLab Speakers: Lilian Coral, Director/National Strategy + Technology Innovation, Knight Foundation Laura Kahn, Data Scientist,… Continue Reading Solving Urban Challenges Using Data: Toward a Data Skills Toolkit for Public Employees to Shape the Future

Public Interest Research in Data Management and Machine Learning with Associate Professor Bill Howe, University of Washington

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February 10, 2020 Public Interest Research in Data Management and Machine Learning With over 80% of the planet impacted by urbanization, metropolitan areas have become loci of influence socially, economically, and politically.  As cities grow in size and complexity, the… Continue Reading Public Interest Research in Data Management and Machine Learning with Associate Professor Bill Howe, University of Washington

Opportunities for Venture Development Support for NYU Faculty, PhDs and Researchers with Rebecca Silver, NYU Entrepreneurial Institute

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February 7, 2020 https://vimeo.com/395257660 Opportunities for Venture Development Support for NYU Faculty, PhDs and Researchers Abstract: In this session, learn about the myriad resources at NYU to help explore the commercial potential of your research through new venture creation. Resources presented will… Continue Reading Opportunities for Venture Development Support for NYU Faculty, PhDs and Researchers with Rebecca Silver, NYU Entrepreneurial Institute

Pension Reforms and their Implications for Establishment Survivals with Research Assistant Professor Daniela Hochfellner

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December 13, 2019 Pension Reforms and their Implications for Establishment Survivals (Paper by Daniela Hochfellner, Peter Berg, Marissa Eckrote, Mary Hamman, Matthew Piszczek, and Christopher Ruhm)Abstract: This paper adds to the overall empirical investigation of the effects of pension reform on employers. Using… Continue Reading Pension Reforms and their Implications for Establishment Survivals with Research Assistant Professor Daniela Hochfellner

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

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

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