Engineering

Chandran has been collaborating with research groups in Brazil focused on facilitating energy efficient wastewater treatment there.

Columbia Great Grad 2016 Mounir Enenbach
Mounir Ennenbach has been fascinated by weather since he was 12 years old, when an aunt gave him the rain gauge he used to create a small weather station in front of his home in Amman, Jordan. Now a student of earth and environmental engineering.
Columbia Great Grads 2016 Kevin Tyan, Jason Kang and Katherine Jin
Friends since freshman year, Kevin Tyan, Jason Kang and Katherine Jin entered the 2014 Columbia Design Challenge on Ebola and created an additive that improves decontamination and ensures healthcare worker safety.
Columbia Great Grad 2016 Bianca Howard

Photo by Roger Wong

Bianca Howard led a pioneering study on energy consumption in New York City that resulted in a popular interactive map aimed at giving urban planners, policy makers and engineers the information they need to find sustainable solutions for the city.
You Are Where You Go Quiz

Researchers at Columbia University's Data Science Institute built an online tool—You Are Where You Go—to let people audit their social media trail.

From the chimera in Greek mythology to the sphinx in ancient Egypt, humans have imagined making creatures from pieces of different organisms for millennia.

How do you make sure aging bridges that are vital links in the city’s transportation network are safe or keep the city’s sewer system from breaking down? These are among the questions that occupy Andrew Smyth and Patricia Culligan.
Columbia faculty Presidential Early Career Awardees

Left: Marcel Agüeros. Right: Antonius Dieker. Photo by Timothy Lee Photographers

Marcel Agüeros, assistant professor of Astronomy, and Antonius “Ton” Dieker, associate professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and a member of the Data Science I

Mike Massimino Astronaut Columbia University

Photo Courtesy of NASA

Hurtling under the ocean at record speed on nuclear subs and fixing frozen bolts in outer space are not ordinary jobs, although they can be for engineers.
Nima Mesgarani, Sameer Sheth Nueroscience Engineering RISE Columbia University

Nima Mesgarani (left) and Sameer Sheth are tackling the question of how multiple regions of the brain interact with and support one another to produce comprehension. Photo by Michael Dames. 

How do we know the difference between sarcasm and sincerity, or understand that in many social situations people don’t always say what they mean?

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