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The world's first academic research center combining Wireless, Computing, and Medical Applications
NYU and NYU-Poly have created several new faculty positions, have invested $3.5 Million in funding, and are providing an additional $4 Million in world-class research space upgrades to form a new center of excellence, NYU WIRELESS, the first academic center of its kind in the world. NYU WIRELESS is an interdisciplinary research center that is equipped to develop revolutionary circuits and systems for several business sectors, including the wireless industry, the distributed computing and data center industry, and the medical profession. NYU WIRELESS brings together faculty and students with expertise in millimeter wave wireless communications and circuits, distributed networking and computing, and many branches of medicine. Just launched this year, already there are 24 faculty and 100 graduate and undergraduate students participating in this new interdisciplinary center.
Nokia Solutions and Networks and the NYU WIRELESS Research Center at the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering are jointly organizing the first Brooklyn 5G Summit, held April 23-25 in Brooklyn, New York.
NYU WIRELESS and Ericsson Incorporated announced that the technology firm joined the university center as an affiliate sponsor of research exploring a new generation of wireless technologies, also known as “5G.”
US regulators need to open up licensing of millimeter wave bands to make way for a coming renaissance in wireless, according to a leading researcher.
In response to the ever-increasing demand for wireless data capacity on the part of current consumers and the urgent need to bridge the digital divide in the developing world, Huawei Technologies is joining NYU WIRELESS as an industrial affiliate sponsor of research.
NYU WIRELESS is pleased to offer the NYU WIRELESS GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS to the world’s top incoming PHD students interested in wireless communications, computing and medicine.
Tapping into the human brain to understand its functions in daily life — as well as its malfunctions in illness — has long been a challenge for researchers.
The Problems: Many independent devices, massive disparate, non-standard data, potential for RFI and ground loops, lack of interconnectivity, tethering, trip hazards.
Director, NYU WIRELESS, www.NYUWIRELESS.com Electrical and Computer Engineering
For more information please see the NYU WIRELESS presentation, which features a cross-section of our research: Download Link (Filesize:6 Mb)
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