Filed on Apr 17th 2014 in Archives
Long before the i2e initiative, former physics professor, Judith Bregman, pushed the boundaries of art, science, and engineering. Her innovative physics films, produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s, feature early computer animation and avant-garde electronic music.
Bregman's Swinging Quanta (1976) combines computer-generated equations and live action.
Filed on Apr 01st 2014 in Library News
Spring is a great time for cleaning up—whether it's your closet or your research. You're on your own when it comes to sorting through your laundry, but if you need help organizing your research papers and cleaning up your citations, the library is here to help! Our final round of library workshops for this academic year is coming up April 15-18, and it will cover citation...
Filed on Mar 27th 2014 in Library News
“It’s fine to celebrate success, but it is more important to heed lessons of failure.” –Bill Gates
Why make mistakes when you can learn from others'? By studying engineering failures, engineers and students can learn what not to do and how to create successful designs.
NYU Libraries is now offering trial access to Engineering Case Studies Online—a...
Filed on Mar 20th 2014 in Tips & Tools
Women in Engineering is available via IEEE database
Although the Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin sang their well known feminist anthem nearly 30 years ago, women still face challenges in the workplace—particularly in the fields of science, technology and engineering. The number of women in these fields remains low and invisible barriers make advancement in the field difficult...
Filed on Mar 06th 2014 in Library News
Pixelated images, endless blocks of text, unreadable fonts: don’t let bad research poster design happen to you!
Keep your research off of the Bad Poster Bingo board
Take the Data Visualization and Research Poster Design Workshop on March 28 at 2:00 pm in LC433 and learn how to present your research clearly and effectively. Register here
This workshop will cover:...