C2SMART Center has been awarded an additional year of funding worth $1.4 million by the US Department of Transportation (USDOT), extending C2SMART’s Tier 1 University Transportation Center (UTC) designation to September 2023.
The FloodSense alert system generates emails and telegram messages at the detection of a flood that exceeds 5 inches, and there are early indications that these warnings were received prior to warnings from other city detection systems.
Each year, the C2SMART Center acknowledges one student from any of its member institutions as a Student of the Year as chosen by the Center’s executive leadership committee. Apply today.
Cycling as a commuter option is growing rapidly, and New York City seeks to build on this momentum by introducing a new affordable way for New Yorkers to obtain bicycles. Employer bicycle leasing in Europe has allowed employees to obtain a new bicycle as a fringe benefit and repay through a monthly salary deduction. Employers partner with a third-party benefits administrator to provide the service. Programs like this are really successful in Europe, and encourage healthier and more sustainable commutes, businesses, and communities.
Each summer, members of the Tandon School of Engineering faculty open up their labs to allow NYU Tandon, NYU Dual Degree Program in Engineering (CAS/Tandon), NYU Abu Dhabi, NYU Shanghai, and select non-NYU rising sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate students to complete 10 weeks of hands-on research.
ARISE provides an advanced STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) research opportunity to New York City students lacking access to high quality STEM education experiences.
This research aims to develop an innovative approach for energy harvesting from transportation infrastructures and demonstrate the feasibility of the approach through laboratory testing and field demonstration.