Join us on Oct. 8, 2019 for the next Jack K. Wolf Lecture, “Understanding Behaviors in Instrumented Cities: Challenges and Opportunities” presented by José M. F. Moura. Moura is the Philip L. and Marsha Dowd University Professor at CMU. His areas of expertise are signal and image processing, graph signal processing, data science, and learning.
Shivendra Panwar, the director of CATT, gave a keynote presentation at the 40th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2019 on September 24, 2019. His presentation, “5G: Millimeter waves, millisecond delays?” provided an overview of 5G’s unique promise of ultra-reliable low latency communications while outlining some of the challenges 5G brings to the mobile landscape.
“In five to 10 years, a game-streaming company will be as prevalent as Netflix,” said Shivendra Panwar, a professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the New York State Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications at NYU. Total game sales around the world were estimated to have been $138 billion in 2018.
We introduce a new algorithm for Maximum Likelihood (ML) decoding based on guessing noise. The algorithm is based on the principle that the receiver rank orders noise sequences from most likely to least likely. Subtracting noise from the received signal in that order, the first instance that results in an element of the code-book is the ML decoding.
Microwave Journal August 28, 2018 Source: http://www.microwavejournal.com/articles/30954-streaming-live-this-fall-terahertzthe-next-frontier-for-communications-and-electronics The next frontier for ultra-fast computing and wireless communications–the terahertz electromagnetic spectrum–will be examined in a series of seminars by foremost scientists and engineers in the field. Organized by the NYU WIRELESS research center and NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, the series at the school’s Brooklyn […]
If you’re looking for the next big idea in emerging media, such as virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) and artificial intelligence (AI), there is no better place to look than universities like NYU. Tapping into New York’s student talent pool, the organization helps students develop prototypes that will disrupt and advance sectors such as media, technology, healthcare, retail, advertising, and more.
There may not have been a red carpet involved, but Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Claudio Silva had cause for celebration when the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the winners of the 2018 Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards, which honor breakthroughs in technology that have a significant effect on television engineering.
Jemima Costanza is now on a pre-med track. Maeve Farrell has set her sights on a career at a major research university. Edward Huang and Vicente Gomez are studying computer science as undergraduates. Amaya Munoz foresees a future as an electrical and computer engineer. Jamie Monroy views biotechnology as an exciting career path. The list […]
NYU Wireless teamed with the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications (CATT) to build a wireless emulator for 5G systems. The emulator recreates both the wireless channel and the phased-array antennas. It can be used for transmitter and receiver devices so researchers can understand how 5G will perform in different environments and weather conditions. According […]
Since its inception in 2013, the Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering (ARISE) program at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering has been nurturing NYC’s best young STEM talent. The full-time, seven-week program offers college-level workshops and seminars for New York high school students, as well as high-level research experience in participating NYU faculty labs and mentoring by […]
Researchers at CATT and NYU Wireless have built the world’s first wireless emulator suitable for 5G systems that feature massive bandwidths and hundreds of antenna elements. In this unique patented design, the solution emulates not only the wireless channel, but also the beamformers (or phased-arrays) on both the transmitter and receiver devices under test (DUTs). This joint emulation of […]
Yong Liu — a professor of electrical engineering at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering and a faculty member of the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications (CATT) and NYU WIRELESS — has been named a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional association, for contributions to multimedia networking.
Since 1982, CATT has been improving existing technologies and anticipating future challenges, often developing innovative solutions before commercial implications are understood or recognized. CATT’s pioneering work on wireless signal strength prediction has been used to design cellular phone networks all over the world.
Dr. Roberto Padovani gave the prestigious Jack Keil Wolf Lecture on Wednesday in NYU Tandon’s brand new Makerspace. His presentation, “The Road to 5G,” focused on the standardization efforts the industry is making for next generation cellular technology or 5G. Dr. Padovani is the Executive Vice President and Fellow at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. He joined […]
Tom Richardson is Vice President of Engineering and leads R&D at Qualcomm’s New Jersey Research Center. Dr. Richardson gave the prestigious Jack Keil Wolf Lecture at Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications (CATT) at NYU Tandon School of Engineering on “Liquid Cloud Storage: A New Approach to Large Scale Data Storage”. He talked about new […]
Funding Renewed for the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications and Distributed Information Systems
The New York State’s Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) has renewed funding for one of its longest-running research centers, the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications and Distributed Information Systems (CATT). Part of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, CATT promotes cutting-edge research and development programs based upon the industry […]
The New York State’s Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) has renewed funding for one of its longest-running research centers, the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications and Distributed Information Systems (CATT). Part of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, CATT promotes collaborative R&D between industry and researchers at New York University […]
Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications (CATT) will conduct its 27th annual Research Report this Friday, October 30. CATT research faculty will present research to board members and sponsors will outline the state of digital technology in some of the most promising areas of research: the smart grid needed for green […]
For 25 years, Polytechnic University’s Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications (CATT) has played a key role in developing the technologies that drive “the information age.” On Thursday, November 8, members of the Poly community and major IT and telecommunications companies gathered to celebrate those first 25 years, discuss current research, and take a look […]
The Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications and Distributed Information Systems (CATT) at Polytechnic University today announced that it had entered into a twelve (12) month Master Relationship Agreement with JPM Global, Inc. (the “Company”) to provide engineering services and research in the areas of search engines, data and information extraction, and natural language processing. […]