Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Hands-on, experiential learning opportunities at NYU Tandon
At NYU Tandon, students are encouraged from day one to think of how they will eventually use the knowledge they acquire to solve real-world problems and forge a viable career path.
That means incorporating more hands-on, experiential learning opportunities, such as Vertically Integrated Projects; stressing sustainable engineering practices, and ethics and responsibility when developing algorithms and other new technologies; and encouraging multidisciplinary teamwork
April 19, 2023
EnergyTech University Prize (EnergyTech UP)
Calling themselves Heliotrope, Tran, who is earning her doctoral degree this year in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering under the mentorship of Professor Eray Aydil, and Bloomquist, a doctoral candidate who works with Professors Aydil and Miguel Modestino, entered a competition sponsored by the Department of Energy’s Office of Technology Transitions. The EnergyTech University Prize (EnergyTech UP), as it is called, attracted almost 200 teams from across the country, and at the April 3 national finals, held in Austin, Texas, the pair took home first-place honors and a cash award of $50,000.
"Best Poster" (50th annual IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference)
NYU Tandon posted on Instagram:
Congratulations to #Tandon #Phd candidate Ed Sartor on winning "Best Poster" at the 50th annual @IEEEorg Photovoltaic Specialists Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico back in June..