Recruitment Day 2017 – Presentations and Photos

Thank you to all of the students, faculty, and affiliate members who attending this year’s Recruitment Day. Please view the links below to download our speakers’ presentations and view photos of the event. Sundeep Rangan: Recruiting Day Welcome Edmund Yeh: Named Data Networking for 5G Wireless Winslow Burleson: NYU-X Holodeck: Experiential Supercomputing

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TEDxMiddlebury: The Future is Bright. And Wireless.

How to explain the evolution of wireless communications toward 5G and beyond to a non-technical audience? And what does this mean to the average consumer? NYU WIRELESS postdoc Marco Mezzavilla recently tackled these questions with finesse in his TEDx talk at Middlebury College, where he unveiled the magic of telecommunications and its impact on society, …

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NYU Wireless Drives Next-Generation Technology

The New York University (NYU) Wireless academic research center in Brooklyn, N.Y., is at the forefront of tomorrow’s wireless technology. Led by its founding director, Professor Ted Rappaport, NYU Wireless is focused on next-generation 5G wireless networks, with millimeter-wave technology being a major research area. NYU WIRELESS combines NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, School of …

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mmWave Dynamic Channel Measurements using Phased Arrays

Dynamic channel measurements and 5G prototyping at 60 GHz are currently being conducted by Ph.D. candidate Chris Slezak under the supervision of postdoc Aditya Dhananjay. Crucial to the project are two SiBeam phased arrays and a flexible National Instruments baseband system, which were purchased with support from a National Science Foundation EAGER grant. The National …

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NYU WIRELESS and Ted Rappaport Nominated for Innovation Awards: Please vote!

Brooklyn has become a hub for technology, entrepreneurship and design innovation. To recognize the best of the best, Technical.ly, a news and service organization, is holding the 2016 Brooklyn Innovation Awards. Individuals can vote for the nominee of their choice. We would appreciate your vote for NYU WIRELESS in the Tech Mission Organization category; for …

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Improved Network Performance Over 5G mmWave Cellular

In this project we aim at designing a transport layer protocol optimized for the mmWave access network, and for the new class of applications that it will enable, aiming to work seamlessly across a connection consisting of both wireline and wireless segments. In our recent ICC paper submission “The Bufferbloat Problem over Intermittent Multi-Gbps mmWave …

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NYU Tandon’s Elza Erkip Garners Prestigious Engineering Award

Elza Erkip, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, will be the 2016 recipient of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Women in Communications Engineering (WICE) Award for her outstanding technical work in communications engineering and for bringing a high degree of visibility to the field. …

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NYU WIRELESS grad student wins award from Marconi Society for 5G research

George MacCartney, Jr., a 27-year-old grad student at NYU Tandon, has won a Marconi Society 2016 Paul Baran Young Scholar Award for his work on 5G wireless technology. MacCartney works with Professor Ted Rappaport in the use of the millimeter wave wireless communications. Research into the use of ultra high frequency wavelengths has been one …

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Rural test of 5G cellular technology by NYU Tandon prof outperforms expectations

Millimeter waves traveled farther and more accurately than expected, according to a presentation from NYU Tandon’s Ted Rappaport. The professor used measurements taken by him and his students in his rural Virginia summer home this August to generate the first rural path loss model for millimeter wave frequencies at 73 GHz. “To their delight, the …

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