Milestones

The Motorocracy team of Columbia Engineering/Barnard undergraduates won the prestigious MOLBOT award at the BIOMOD (Biomolecular Design) Competition held at Harvard in early November.

Prof. Mow Receives ASME's Highest Honor

The ASME Medal was established by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers to recognize “eminently distinguished engineering achievement.”

Room for Innovation: School Opens New Makerspace

At the newly opened Columbia Makerspace, students will have a dedicated place on campus to collaborate, learn, explore, experiment, and create prototypes.

Nov. 14 Symposium Showcases 150 Years of Innovation, Then and Now

To celebrate its rich history of discovery and innovation through the years, Columbia Engineering is hosting a thought-provoking symposium—Columbia's Engineering Renaissance: Foundation for the Future—on Friday, November 14.

Discovery + Innovation: The Past and The Future

Columbia Engineering magazine continues to celebrate the School’s 150th anniversary and honor its long line of innovative thinkers, tinkerers, and inspired problem solvers.

Celebrating Faculty Excellence

At this year’s Faculty Excellence Celebration, Columbia Engineering honored more than 65 faculty.

Introducing SEAS First-Years

Get to know a few of these outstanding members of the Class of 2018, their road to Columbia, and why they chose Engineering as their new home away from home for the next four years.

Meet the Future: The Bold and Dynamic Students of SEAS

Columbia Engineering magazine offers a cross-section of the School’s exceptional student body, young engineers who are, right now, making their marks at Columbia Engineering, carrying on its legacy of innovation and excellence.

Professor Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic Elected to the Institute of Medicine

A groundbreaking researcher in the field of tissue engineering, Vunjak-Novakovic has created two startups in the past two years.

Inspiring Tomorrow's Engineers

Just as Columbia engineers daily take on the world’s most critical technical challenges, the Engineering School’s slate of youth outreach programs is also helping engineer the profession’s next generation.

Net Neutrality Is Fine—The Real Problem Is Elsewhere

As the debate over net neutrality rages, Prof. Vishal Misra examines the economics of the Internet.

Columbia Engineering Magazine: Read the Fall 2014 Issue

Not only is it a milestone year for Columbia Engineering, it is, indeed, a significant moment for engineering overall.

Columbia Confronts the Ebola Crisis

The real-life global problem: Ebola outbreak. The challenge: to develop low-cost technology-driven solutions to meet the tremendous challenges posed by the Ebola crisis.

Researchers Develop World’s Thinnest Electric Generator

Researchers from Columbia Engineering and George Tech have made the first experimental observation of piezoelectricity and the piezotronic effect in an atomically thin material, molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), resulting in a unique electric generator and mechanosensation devices that are optically transparent, extremely light, and very bendable and stretchable.

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