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The NYU Ability Project, a joint research initiative with the Occupational Therapy Department (NYU Steinhardt) and the Interactive Telecommunications Program (NYU Tisch) supports research in client-centered, assistive technology and adaptive design for people with disabilities. The Ability Project is an interdisciplinary research space dedicated to the intersection between disability and technology. It fosters collaboration between individuals with disabilities and engineers, designers, educators, artists, occupational and physical therapists and speech language pathologists.
The Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications and Distributed Information Systems (CATT) promotes industry-university collaborative research and development. Our mission, guided by the mission of our funding agency, is to create economic impact through research, technology transfer, and faculty entrepreneurship. The CATT is sponsored by the New York State’s Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR). Located at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, long-recognized as one of the best engineering schools in the country, the center draws on the expertise of over 50 researchers. Our team consists of leaders in the fields of electrical engineering and computer science. In addition to NYU Tandon School of Engineering faculty, the center also draws on the expertise of key researchers at Columbia University and New York University.
The Center for Responsible AI (R/AI) is making AI work for everyone. We catalyze policy and industry impact, foster interdisciplinary research and education, and build an equitable and socially sustainable ecosystem of AI innovation.
Using New York City as our laboratory and classroom, we strive to develop novel data- and technology-driven solutions for complex urban problems. CUSP’s research and educational initiatives seek to improve city services; optimize decision-making by local governments; create smart urban infrastructures; address challenging urban issues such as crime, environmental pollution and public health issues; and inspire urban citizens to improve their quality of life.
The Clive Davis Institute is the first and only program of its kind to provide professional business and artistic training toward a BFA in Recorded Music. We aim to provide students with the necessary skills — business, creative, and intellectual — so that they might emerge as visionary creative entrepreneurs in the evolving music industry.
As we enjoy increased interconnectivity through our devices, computer scientists and engineers are playing a bigger part in shaping the world. Whether you want to protect vital data from malicious hackers by studying cyber security, harness the power of Big Data to improve the world, or create game-changing methods of game development and design, the Computer Science and Engineering department at NYU Tandon has a program that fits.
NYU CREATE is a consortium of researchers committed to conducting research, providing education, and fostering community interaction to design evidence-based digital media that address the needs of all learners.
Working with established and emergent digital media, you will design rich technology-based, multimedia learning environments, understand and evaluate their use in varied educational settings, and conduct research on how people learn with technology. Our studio-based curriculum is complemented by an excellent internship program with host sites in all areas of educational technology and media.
If you’ve ever wanted to design robotic controls, invent new methods of generating green energy, expand the boundaries of mobile communication, or apply your specialized skills to any number of other electrical products and systems, Electrical and Computer Engineering might be the course of study for you.
The NYU Game Center is dedicated to the exploration of games as a cultural form and game design as creative practice. Our approach to the study of games is based on a simple idea: games matter. Just like other cultural forms – music, film, literature, painting, dance, theater – games are valuable for their own sake. Games are worth studying, not merely as artifacts of advanced digital technology, or for their potential to educate, or as products within a thriving global industry, but in and of themselves, as experiences that entertain us, move us, explore complex topics, communicate profound ideas, and illuminate elusive truths about ourselves, the world around us, and each other.
The Game Innovation Lab brings together faculty and students from NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering doing research focused on games as an innovation challenge. The Lab’s emphasis is on the technical/engineering/science side of games and simulations. Sample projects include user interface innovation (sensor-based tracking, multi-touch), network and video quality research, and research on games for learning.
Create, use, and evaluate digital games for the specific purpose of learning. This degree will prepare you to use evidence-based research to facilitate the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of programs that integrate games in a broad range of formal and informal learning settings
The Institute for Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (IIIE@Tandon) serves as the focal point for all research, educational, and service activities in support of Tandon’s goal to integrate Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship into its academic culture and to advance student and faculty appreciation of and skills in inventiveness, innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurial and design thinking.
IDM is a program combining artistic inquiry with scientific research and technological practice to explore the social, cultural and ethical potentials of emerging technologies.
The IMA program starts from the proposition that computation — the ability to code, learn new software, manipulate data, and create physical + digital interactions — is an essential creative capability, and that students who master those capabilities will be well-placed to invent the future.
Located in the world-renowned Tisch School of the Arts, the IMA program offers a rigorous and exploratory course of study that teaches students fluency in many forms of digital interactivity, alongside an education in both the arts and liberal arts.
ITP is a two-year graduate program located in the Tisch School of the Arts whose mission is to explore the imaginative use of communications technologies — how they might augment, improve, and bring delight and art into people's lives.
The NYU Marron Institute conducts innovative applied research, working with cities to take on critical challenges of urban living. Started with a generous gift from Donald B. Marron, the Institute operates on a model of academic venture capital in which the faculty who run research programs receive seed funding. Faculty members use seed funds to develop their programs, hire research staff and build portfolios of externally-funded projects that have the potential to improve outcomes in cities. Currently, the Marron Institute has four major research programs focused on urban planning, environmental health, civic analytics, and public sector performance and innovation.
MARL brings together scholars from music theory, technology and composition, computer and information science, interactive media and media studies, to explore the intersection between music, computation and science. The objective is to combine techniques and methodologies from the arts, the humanities and the sciences to (a) understand and model human cognitive abilities in music, and (b) innovate the analysis, organization and creation of music.
The NYU Center for Cybersecurity (CCS) is an interdisciplinary research institute dedicated to training the current and future generations of cybersecurity professionals and to shaping the public discourse and policy, legal, and technological landscape on issues of cybersecurity.
NYU CCS is a collaboration between NYU School of Law, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and other NYU schools and departments.
The NYU Entrepreneurial Institute leads University-wide initiatives to launch successful startups and commercialize technology created by NYU’s 60,000 students, faculty and researchers. We are a team of startup experts that offers funding, training and guidance to current and future NYU entrepreneurs.
The NYU Tandon Data Future Lab incubates early-stage startups working with computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity, and more. The labs include the Urban Future Lab, the Date Future Lab and Veterans Future Lab.
The NYU Tandon Data Future Lab incubates early-stage startups working with computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity, and more.
Craig Wilson Managing Director
The NYU Tandon Future Labs are the first public-private partnership with New York City tasked with creating a sustainable incubation program focused on increasing the success rate of new ventures and generating positive economic impact.
The NYU Tandon Veterans Future Lab is New York’s first high-touch incubator dedicated to veterans, military spouses, and service members. Launched in 2015 and supported by Barclays, this initiative is part of the larger NYU Tandon Future Labs network, which supports early-stage ventures through mentorship, services, and resources.
The NYU Video Lab is led by Prof. Yao Wang and consists of about 10 Ph.D. and M.Sc. students. Research activities in our lab encompass many areas related to video processing and communication, medical image analysis and computer vision.
NYU WIRELESS provides next-generation research to help the development of 6G and beyond technology.
Our current research focus is centered on terahertz communications and sensing, mobile edge networking and computing, millimeter wave (mmWave), terahertz (THz), and quantum nano devices, 5G and 6G applications (such as robotics, UAVs, autonomous vehicles), machine learning, communication foundations, and 6G testbeds. NYU WIRELESS offers its Industrial Affiliate members, students, and faculty members a world-class research environment that is creating fundamental knowledge, theories and techniques for 6G and beyond.
The Offensive Security, Incident Response, and Internet Security Lab is a student-run cybersecurity research lab. It is a part of the university's Center for Cyber Security.
Learn about cutting-edge research from the cognitive and learning sciences as well as how to design digital learning tools for varied contexts – K–12 schools, universities, workplaces, museums, nonprofits, and international development.
370 Jay Street represents the most visible manifestation of NYU's commitment to creative technology in Brooklyn. The 370 Jay Street Operations team manages the building's shared spaces and provides support to the faculty, staff, students and community partners who use these spaces to produce and present work that spans both the arts and technology.
The Visualization, Imaging and Data Analysis (VIDA) Research Center at NYU brings together computer scientists and domain experts who develop new methods and tools that empower a broad range of stakeholders to extract trustworthy insights from data. We engage in interdisciplinary efforts and address problems of critical scientific and societal importance.