Based out of New York University's Tandon School of Engineering, The Future Of looks at emerging technological innovation and research via interviews with NYU Tandon faculty and students.
The Future of NYU Tandon Undergraduate Student Council
This week we got the chance to sit down with the President of the Undergraduate Student Council at NYU Tandon, Florence Tong, and discuss her transition to life in Brooklyn, her experiences working with Dean Jelena, challenges she’s faced as both a student and student leader, and advice she has for students at NYU Tandon.
The Future of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering
What does the future hold for the NYU Tandon School of Engineering? Dean Jelena Kovačević sat down with host Annie Brinich to discuss Tandon's strategic plan, as well as the Dean's personal history and future in engineering and academia.
You can review and comment on the Tandon Strategic Plan here: https://engineering.nyu.edu/strategic-plan-2019-student-wip?__s=hrzyvvfvsik4zkup4wxv
The Future of Computing Power and Machine Learning
This week, we're talking to Professor Shaloo Rakheja of Tandon's Electrical and Computer Engineering department about the materials that tomorrow's computers will be made of. We also talk to Dr. Geneviève Patterson about what computer are doing with their considerable power, the future of machine learning, and TRASH, the video editing tool she's developing. Both Professor Rakheja and Dr. Patterson dispense advice about researching, this month's theme at NYU Tandon.
You can learn more about TRASH at https://www.trash.app/ or on social media platforms @thetrashapp.
The Future Is Female (Part 2)
Bertha Jimenez, founder and CEO of RISE products (https://www.riseproducts.co/) talks about what it was like going from PhD program at NYU Tandon to founding a start-up, and Professor Benedetta Piantella talks about her work in a field that's hard to define.
The Future is Female (Part 1)
Daniela Blanco and Ingrid Paredes are PhD candidates in Chemical Engineering, and they are KILLIN' IT out there. Daniela is co-founder of sustainable nylon startup Sunthetics (https://www.sunthetics.org/), and Ingrid organizes the NYC March for Science (http://marchforsciencenyc.com/). That's on top of both of them just being really cool and smart and funny. The future is female, Tandon!
The Future of Medicine: Modeling & Imaging
Humans are complicated. Students and faculty NYU Tandon are hard at work developing new ways to analyze the diseases, disorders, and conditions that our bodies and minds experience. TFO sits down with two PhD students and from NYU Tandon's computer science department who create medical imaging process to be better understand the health and development of the human brain and eye, and we speak to Professor Maurizio Porfiri about how fear of missing out can influence how diseases spread.
The interviews are incredibly informative and really interesting! Love this podcast!