NYU HPC’s OpenStack Brooklyn Research Cluster is “being widely used by members of the NYU community, including many working in such areas as machine learning, web crawling, data analytics, and in complex applications like genomics browsers and sign-language translation.”
The NYU Library and Digital Library Technology Services have received a number of grants from charitable organizations which further the mission of cataloging, digitizing, and making available a wealth of information, including recent projects around academic “Git” services and university press monographs.
The NYU IT Security Alerts blog has issued an important announcement regarding a critical security patch for Chrome browsers. Users are advised to update their Google Chrome browser asap on all devices to the latest version.
Digital Library Technology Services (DLTS) is proud to report that it has added the 10,000th book to the Arabic Collections Online (ACO), an open-access library of Arabic language books. ACO makes use of a number of NYU IT resources to provision and maintain the infrastructure for the repository.
The winners of HackNYU 2019 are in! Twenty-one projects took home awards in a field full of innovative, novel ideas that were developed over the 48 hours of the hackathon, which included 13 winners across the hackathon’s tracks and 11 additional awards from sponsors and partners.
The NYU IT Technology Leadership Program (TLP) offers five recent graduates the opportunity to grow their career in information technology. TLP consists of three sequential six-month rotational assignments in NYU IT departments.
Since people started gathering together, we’ve been investigating how to effectively deliver and absorb knowledge. Adaptive learning, one of the most promising developments to emerge from online course delivery, can make the process more individualized and possibly more effective.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) featured the SONYC project in their February, 2019 newsletter. SONYC’s goal is to leverage “the latest in machine learning technology, big data analysis, and citizen science reporting to more effectively monitor, analyze, and mitigate urban noise pollution.”
Srishti Sanya is one of two student Executive Co-Chair for HackNYU 2019. Connect sat down with her (virtually!) to discuss how she became involved with the event and what she’s learned from it.
Nominate an NYU student for the Max Goldstein Prize or George Sadowsky Award! Each $500 prize honors students who have used technology in an innovative fashion to better campus life and contribute to the NYU and NYC community.