Patricia Culligan's team of 20 investigators have won a five-year $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to study how urban green infrastructure can mitigate the city's role in coastal zone pollution.
A team of Columbia Engineering researchers has taken advantage of graphene’s special properties and created a nano-mechanical system that can create FM signals, in effect the world’s smallest FM radio transmitter.
This fall, Columbia's Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering, housed within SEAS, welcomes its inaugural class of more than 40 graduate students enrolled in the Certification of Professional Achievement in Data Sciences Program.
This year, TEDxColumbiaEngineering featured a string of thought-provoking talks by several speakers, including Professors Christine Fleming, Shree Nayar, Venkat Venkatasubramanian, Chris Wiggins, and Engineering alumnus Sean Kelly BS’05.
Ratan Tata, chair emeritus of global conglomerate Tata Group, was the guest of honor at the November 7 inaugural Engineering Icons event, the first in a planned series of conversations with pioneers and leaders in engineering and applied science.