Inside Engineering

This blog features news, events, student work and activities, faculty research, and more from NYIT’s School of Engineering and Computing Sciences. Contact for more information.

Certified Energy Manager (CEM) Training and Exam

Event | Jul 23, 2018

The Long Island Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE-LI) is sponsoring a five-day preparation for the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) exam.
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News Brief: NYIT Students Win IBM Hackathon

Feature | Jul 19, 2018

Three NYIT School of Engineering and Computing Sciences students interning at IBM took first place in the Cybersecurity category in the company’s hackathon held for its interns.

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City & State Honors Nada Anid with a “Protecting NY” Award

Feature | Jul 18, 2018

Nada Marie Anid, Ph.D., was recognized as one of New York’s most important thought leaders, innovators, and groundbreakers in the fields of cybersecurity, public safety, and security by City & State New York, a leading media organization.

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CreatingSTEAM 2018

Event | Jul 16, 2018

In just 10 days, students between the ages of 13 and 18 will learn new skills, meet new friends, and challenge themselves to stretch out of their comfort zone and adopt a growth mindset as they experience being entrepreneurs and innovators.
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Special Inauguration Issue and Thank You to Our Donors

Feature | Jul 12, 2018

In this special edition of NYIT Magazine, we celebrate President Foley’s inauguration, showcase the accomplishments of our community of makers and doers, thank our donors who have made the dream of a college education possible for so many students, and look to the future of NYIT.
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Fighting Cancer with Magnets—on the Nano Scale

Feature | Jul 09, 2018

Assistant Professor Dorinamaria Carka, Ph.D., and NYIT student Ian Kelly are experimenting with a targeted drug delivery method using therapeutic agents encapsulated in magnetic micro- and nanoparticles that can drive them directly to cancerous cells, leaving healthy cells unharmed.

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Power to Prevent Seizures

Feature | Jul 06, 2018

Nearly three million Americans suffer from epilepsy and one third of these patients do not respond to anti-seizure drugs. Assistant Professor N. Sertac Artan, Ph.D., is designing an alternative therapy—an implantable device that can more accurately predict, monitor, or prevent seizures from occurring.

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Water, Water, Everywhere: Using Biosensors to Test for Toxic Water

Feature | Jul 03, 2018

Through a project funded by the U.S. Army, Assistant Professor Fang Li, Ph.D., is developing a biosensor to be used by troops deployed in remote locales to quickly detect toxicity levels in water.

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NYIT Receives $150K to Develop Bioengineering Lab

Feature | Jun 26, 2018

Empire State Development has awarded NYIT a grant of $150,000 to develop a Research and Technology Innovation Bioengineering Laboratory at the its Old Westbury, Long Island, campus.

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How Bioenergy Affects Natural Systems: 13th Annual Energy Conference

Feature | Jun 21, 2018

At the 13th Annual Energy Conference, experts discuss the unintended consequences affiliated with bioenergy production.

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