Save the date: Verizon 5G is coming to Los Angeles Oct 1

On Tuesday, Verizon announced that Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento will be the trial locations for what it deems “the first 5G deployment in the World.” Installation is set to begin October 1, with service beginning soon after. Not everyone in those cities will be able to participate, but residents can check if their area is …

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Inaugural Seminar Envisions Smart Dust, Electronic Drugs, Nanochip Pacemakers, and More

A new seminar series, “Circuits: Terahertz and Beyond,” hosted by NYU WIRELESS and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, kicked off with a presentation that evoked a future filled with remarkable technologies enabled by new research into the terahertz (THz) electromagnetic spectrum and new developments in low-cost silicon chips. The inaugural seminar, featured Aydin Babakhani, an associate professor of electrical …

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NYU WIRELESS Welcomes Students Back with a Visit from the Dean

NYU WIRELESS held a welcome back party for students last night along with presentations from NYU WIRELESS Director, Ted Rappaport and the new Dean of NYU Tandon, Jelena Kovačević. Rappaport’s presentation focused on engaging NYU WIRELESS students, faculty, and staff members to create a “culture of collegiality, excellence, and fun.” New efforts include forming a …

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NYU series tackles next spectrum frontier: terahertz

The folks who conducted pioneering research into millimeter wave (mmWave) technology are now looking at what might be the next big thing: terahertz electromagnetic spectrum. A series of seminars organized by the New York University Wireless research center and NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department this fall will feature foremost scientists …

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Streaming Live This Fall: Terahertz – the Next Frontier for Communications and Electronics

The next frontier for ultra-fast computing and wireless communications – the terahertz electromagnetic spectrum – will be examined in a series of seminars by foremost scientists and engineers in the field. Organized by the NYU WIRELESS research center and NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, the series at the school’s Brooklyn, …

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Women in STEM: Engineering the Path Forward

Welcome to an NYU Tandon Inaugural Symposium: “Women in STEM: Engineering the Path Forward”. Thursday, September 27th Pfizer Auditorium, 5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 The Symposium will feature representatives from leading companies, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, influential executives, and accomplished Tandon alumni. One highlight is sure to be the Town Hall, where teams of aspiring …

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NYU WIRELESS Rotates Directorship: Poised for New Growth

Professor Theodore (Ted) Rappaport, founding director of NYU WIRELESS, is stepping back into the director role effective today. Assisting Professor Rappaport will be Associate Directors Professor Sundeep Rangan, Professor Thomas Marzetta, Professor Dennis Shasha from NYU’s Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences, and Assistant Professor J.R. Rizzo from NYU Langone Health. Professor Rangan admirably served as …

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Calling All Radio Enthusiasts: NYU WIRELESS’S Ted Rappaport Hosts a Field Day

Today, when palm-sized devices can connect people to nearly anyone they wish, from almost anywhere in the world, one might be excused for thinking amateur, or “ham”, radio is a thing of bygone days, buried behind old copies of “Dick Tracy” and “The Hardy Boys.” Not so. Amateur radio operators are more important now than ever, particularly since …

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