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.”
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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.
HackNYU, NYU’s largest hackathon, managed entirely by students, is back for another exciting year! Join the global HackNYU adventure with 500+ students, professionals, hardware hobbyists, hackers, and designers for a weekend of creativity and innovation, Feb. 15-17.
2018 was a year full of major global technology security breaches and concerns. There’s no reason to expect 2019 will be any different. There are, however, ways you can protect yourself and reduce the risk that your personal data and accounts will be compromised.
The new Navigating Research Technology site guides researchers through the many research technology resources offered by NYU IT and the NYU Libraries, including digital library and archiving tools, high performance computing, data services, 3D scanning and printing, and more.
During the 2018 DH+Data Day, Dana Arwas, an Industry Assistant Professor of Integrated Digital Media at NYU Tandon, delivered a presentation about the “City Record Historical Project.” The City Record is the official periodical of the city of New York, published every weekday, except for legal holidays, since June 24, 1873 and detailing the day-to-day business of running, governing, and administering one of the most complex cities in the world.
NYU Tandon’s new MakerGarage in Downtown Brooklyn is ready for the upcoming spring semester! The space boasts a wealth of 3D printing and design resources as well as collaborative work space, a computer lab, storage, a lounge, a video recording booth, and more.
When you access the NYU Roam Wireless network at the beginning of each new calendar year, you will be presented with an alert asking you to validate a security certificate before connecting. When you see the prompt, simply “Accept” the renewed certificate and connect as usual.
In response to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), NYU IT has replaced two of its data-centric policies (Data Classification Table and Reference for Data and System Classification) with a new Electronic Data and System Risk Classification Policy.
Overleaf is a collaborative, online LaTeX and Rich Text editor designed to make the process of writing, editing, and producing research papers and project reports much quicker for you and your collaborators. Overleaf Professional accounts are now available to all NYU community members.