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Dec 18 2014

BBC to Feature Home2(O) Project in News Segment

Dec 12 2014

NYIT Wins Grant to Develop STEM Programs

Dec 12 2014

NYIT-Abu Dhabi M.S. Granted Local Accreditation

Dec 08 2014

NYIT Study: Thyroid Hormones Reduce Animal Cardiac Arrhythmias

Dec 04 2014

NYIT At White House Event to Announce Commitment to Expand College Access

Jan 06 2015

Transfer Enrollment Day

Jan 07 2015

Transfer Enrollment Day

Jan 08 2015

Transfer Enrollment Day

Jan 27 2015

Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I

Jan 28 2015

Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I

School of Engineering and Computing Sciences News
Dec 18 2014

Congratulations SoECS Presidential Global Fellows

School of Engineering and Computing Sciences students Feifei Pan (B.S. '17), Rajan Khullar (B.S. '15), Angelica Reyes (B.S. '15), and Asad Richardson (B.S. '15) have been granted Presidential Global Fellowships! All students under Dr. Helen Gu! Congratulations!

 

Feifei Pan (B.S. '17), Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Conference, Austin, Texas

Project: Present the paper "Optimizing Bag Features for Multiple-Instance Retrieval and Document Retrieval in Big Data."

 

Rajan Khullar (B.S. '15), Paul Oliva (B.S. '15), Angelica Reyes (B.S. '15), and Asad Richardson (B.S. '15), GEO Communication Network

Project: Travel to Nanjing, China, as part of a project to design a new computer-based system to bring NYIT students at the Manhattan, Old Westbury, and Nanjing campuses closer together.

 
Learn more about the fellowship and see a list of all fellows here!

Dec 16 2014

Application Deadline for REU at NYIT is Approaching!

The NYIT REU Program will provide opportunities for 10 motivated and talented undergraduate students to collaborate with NYIT faculty and graduate students in research on methods of securing smartphones and their networks using both hardware and software approaches (women and minority students are strongly encouraged to apply). Applications are due by February 27, 2015, so don't miss your chance to be considered for this prestigious and competitive opportunity!

Topics of research for the program includes simulating the spread of malware on smartphones, implementing cryptographic algorithms and authentication schemes for smartphones, studying topology control of wireless networks, geolocating smartphones, detecting physical attack on a network of smartphones, and developing privacy-protected medical sensing methods using smartphones.

Accepted students will receive a $5,000 stipend for the summer, plus $2,800 for housing and food, and a travel allowance up to $600, in addition to valuable research experience, grad school preparation, networking opportunities with industry professionals, access to exciting conferences in the field of cybersecurity, and tours of state-of-the-art research facilities, labs, and security centers in New York City.

For additional information on the program and how to apply, visit nyit.edu/engineering/reu, or contact Dr. Ziqian (Cecilia) Dong, ziqian.dong@nyit.edu or (646) 273-6129.

REU Website Flyer

Dec 15 2014

Natural Light Competition

 

 

On Wednesday , December 10, 2014, the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences hosted the information session for International Design Competition to Bring Sustainable Light to Africa. A speaker from the Little Sun and Velux Group talked about their company, project and how students can enter this competition. 

If you missed an opportunity to attend this event , here are highlights of the event :

The Little Sun project brings not only light – but also livelihoods – to off-grid areas of the world. Little Sun addresses the need for light in a sustainable way that benefits off-grid communities by working with local entrepreneurs, creating local jobs, and generating local profits.

 

“To promote solar power is to invest in radical change for the lives of many – while at the same time caring for the planet we all share. Holding hands with the sun is holding hands with the future.  Access to energy and light allows you to determine the direction of your life. We are thrilled to be working with the VELUX Group on this project, inspiring young designers to make a real impact through innovation and creativity."

 

A jury of internationally recognized designers, artists and others will review the submitted designs in March 2015, and the winning design will be announced in May 2015.


For the lamp to be affordable the overall production price cannot exceed 4 euros, and to ensure the portability of the lamp, it must not weigh more than 300 grams. 

A jury of internationally recognized designers, artists and others will review the submitted designs in March 2015, and the winning design will be announced in May 2015.


 How to enter the Competition: ”Natural Light”

 ļ‚· Registration for the Natural Light competition opens on November 3, 2014. The deadline for submitting a design is March 15, 2015.

 ļ‚· All designs must be submitted as a JPG or bitmap image in a quality that is viewable on a 12.5 inch monitor with a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels. Images must be ac-companied with a project description of maximum 500 words, written in English. In addition, participants have to submit a 30 sec. video demonstrating the project. Find all specifications on submission at www.naturallight.org

 

Check out the event :  

 

 

 

Watch the fully recorded event here : 

Dec 12 2014

Department of Homeland Security Honors Program

Dec 12 2014

DEED Scholarship Opportunity

Dec 11 2014

NYIT Among Best Online Engineering Programs in U.S.

Bestmastersdegrees.com has included NYIT's graduate program in energy management on its 2015 list of 50 Best Online Master’s in Engineering Programs.  NYIT's ranking--based on an equal weight of program quality, as measured by US News & World Report, and estimated program cost--came in at no. 36, well ahead of some leading national technology universities. The organization noted: "Among many notable accomplishments, NYIT’s School of Engineering and Computing Sciences is responsible for patents in high definition television, hybrid electric vehicles, and computer graphics and animation. To meet the engineering needs of the unprecedented growth within the energy management field, New York Institute of Technology offers an online Master of Science degree in Energy Management."

Dec 04 2014

IPL International Summer School 2015

Nov 25 2014

Our First-Ever Freshman Reception!

New York, NY (Nov. 11, 2014) – After a few months of their first college semester, engineering freshman gathered together for a first-ever reception put on the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences.

 Held in 11th floor auditorium of New York Institute of Technology’s 16 W. 61st Street building, Dean Nada Anid, Dr. Yoshikazu Saito, Dr. Steven Billis and various engineering club members congratulated the students on completing their first semester with NYIT.

As a part of an initiative to encourage more students to join clubs, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Students Working to Advance Technology (SWAT), Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) and National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) brought along their members and their brochures to recruit new members.

Nov 25 2014

Scholarship for Summer/Winter Programs in Italy - Europe

We want to communicate to all interested candidates there is a great opportunity to participate in a scholarship program at the University Centre for Business Management - UCBM (Fondazione CUOA) in Italy - Europe. UCBM is located at Altavilla Vicentina, province of Vicenza. The city allows easy access to other countries such as Switzerland and France, as well as to other Italian cities (easily accessed by train).

 

UCBM, a private non-profit foundation, is one of the most active centers of management training in Europe. Founded in 1957 and recognized by the European Union, it is a business school that operates with support from the universities of Padua, Venice, Trento and Udine. 

 

International students can apply for scholarships covering 70% of tuition costs offered by the International Business School Americas, being eligible second year and up undergraduate students or graduate students. 

 

Programs are offered twice each year, in January and in July, lasting 3 weeks.

 

We offer the following multicultural programs:

 

1- INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP

 

1st week: Strategic Leadership (Monday-Thursday): Classical and Contemporary Views of Leadership; leadership versus management; sharing power and confidence. Company Visits and Project work.

2nd week: Business Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (Monday-Thursday): Negotiation techniques and strategies; environmental analysis and approach methods; Mediator’s role in conflict resolution. Role Game. Company Visits and Project work.

3rd week: Intercultural Management (Monday-Wednesday): Globalization and the new business arena; international mergers & acquisitions and its impacts over employees; intercultural management foundations.  Company Visits and Project work. Graduation Ceremony. 

 

2- CREATIVITY, INNOVATION & NEW BUSINESSES

 

1st week: Entrepreneurship (Monday-Thursday): personal characteristics and skills which foster entrepreneurial and managerial performances and enhance firm competitiveness; developing and improving these skills. Company Visits and Project work. 

2nd week: Business Models (Monday-Thursday): how enterprises work, deal with the competitors and, generally speaking, compete in the global economy; which activities firms perform, how they perform them, how they create superior customer value (low cost or differentiated products) and put itself in a position to appropriate the value. Company Visits and Project work. 

3rd week: Creativity & Innovation (Monday-Wednesday): organizational processes which improve the ability to innovate products and services; skills needed to increase the orientation to innovation. Company Visits and Project work. Graduation Ceremony. 

 

3- BUSINESS STRATEGY & MARKETING MANAGEMENT

 

1st week: Retail & Distribution Management (Monday-Thursday):

Communication with final consumers and distribution chain; managing channel conflicts; optimizing channel structure. Company Visits and Project work.

2nd week: Brand Management (Monday-Thursday):

Creating and positioning brands; the power and the challenges of country brands. Company Visits and Project work.

3rd week: Business Strategies for Luxury & Specialty Goods (Monday-Wednesday):

Globalization and the new business arena; international strategy for fashion and design industries. Company Visits and Project work. Graduation Ceremony. 

 

4- OPERATIONS, LOGISTICS & LEAN MANAGEMENT

1st week: Logistics and operation for Global businesses (Monday-Thursday):

Foundations of logistics and operation for Global businesses; How to leverage competitive advantage based upon excellence in LOP. Company Visits and Project work. 

2nd week: Lean goals and strategies (Monday-Thursday):

Toyota’s lessons for today’s companies; linking corporative strategies to lean management. Company Visits and Project work. 

3rd week: Lean management for industries and services (Monday-Wednesday):  

Broadening the concept of lean management: service sector and lean management concepts and practices. Company Visits and Project work. Graduation Ceremony.

 

All programs are composed by lectures, company visits, seminars and also include visits to the World Trade Organization, The United Nations Organization – European headquarters (both in Geneve) and to the Fashion District of Milan.

 

Please find our international programs at CUOA’s website by clicking here or here.

 

Ready to study abroad in Europe? It is a great opportunity to know Italy, getting in touch with different economic powers of the world and opening up new academic and professional horizons for you.  

 

You can visit our Youtube channel to watch the testimonials from our last July group: 

 

Flavia Franco  - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQlSNFuiWAc

 

Angela Morales - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFp4rg1YnAo

 

How to participate? All interested candidates should contact my assistant, Mr. Boris Guedes, at boris.guedes@ibs-sp.com.br not later than December, 14th of 2014 and you will be given an application form and all detailed information regarding the course.

Nov 25 2014

Women’s Foreign Policy Group Internship 2015

The Women’s Foreign Policy Group believes that it is crucial to ensure that women’s voices are heard and that women leaders are fully engaged in finding new approaches and solutions. WFPG is committed to global engagement and the promotion of the leadership, visibility and participation of women in international affairs. The organization advances women’s leadership and highlights their contributions through international issues programs and mentoring.

Interns work as part of the WFPG team and are given the opportunity to improve their knowledge of international issues, as well as to learn how a small nonprofit organization operates.  At our programs, interns meet with accomplished international affairs professionals and learn from their career paths. Part-time internships are unpaid or for college credit. Full-time interns who commit to 3.5 months during the school year or 3 months during the summer are eligible for a $1,000 stipend.

 

WFPG is seeking four interns to assist them in Washington, DC during the upcoming semester:

 

General Internship:

WFPG is looking for responsible and motivated interns to focus on planning and outreach for programs featuring international affairs officials and experts. In addition to assisting with our Author and Embassy Series programs, interns contribute to benefit luncheons and mentoring fairs. Interns will also research foreign policy topics before events, update the WFPG database, and complete other office tasks as assigned.

 

Communications Internship:

WFPG is also looking for a specialized intern to focus on our website and communications materials, including our invitations and newsletters.  The communications intern will also assist at events, conduct foreign policy research, and complete other office duties as assigned. A demonstrated interest in and knowledge of basic HTML and photo editing/layout software is helpful, but not required.

 

Qualifications:

Competitive candidates for both positions should have a demonstrated interest in foreign affairs and excellent computer skills. Interns must possess outstanding office and phone manners, and excellent writing skills, in addition to being well-organized, punctual, dependable, flexible, attentive to detail, and able to work both independently and as part of a team. 

 

Applicants must be available to work a minimum of two full days per week.

 

To Apply:

Please send a cover letter (including your availability), resume, two-page writing sample (short paper or excerpt), contact information for three references, and an unofficial copy of your transcript to employment@wfpg.org.  Applications can also be mailed to:

 

Women's Foreign Policy Group
Attn: Ms. Kimberly Kahnhauser
1615 M St. NW, Suite 210
Washington, DC 20036

 

Apply before December 4!

 

 

***Early applications are strongly encouraged***

Nov 24 2014

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) 2015 HS-STEM Summer Internships

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sponsors a 10-week summer internship program for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (HS-STEM) Disciplines. The program provides students with quality research experiences at federal research facilities located across the country and allows students the opportunity to establish connections with DHS professionals. It is open to students in a broad spectrum of HS-STEM Disciplines and DHS mission-relevant Research Areas.

 

Undergraduate students receive a $6,000 stipend plus travel expenses.

 

Graduate students receive a $7,000 stipend plus travel expenses.

 

10-week research experiences are offered at: Argonne, Berkeley, Livermore, Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, Pacific Northwest, and Sandia National Laboratories; as well as at Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute, Coast Guard Research and Development Center, Customs and Borders Protection Laboratories and Scientific Services, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Naval Research Laboratory, Engineer Research and Development Center, National Security Technologies Remote Sensing Laboratory, Transportation Security Laboratory, and more.

 

Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological / life sciences, environmental science, emergency and incident management, social sciences, and more.

 

U.S. citizenship required.

 

Application deadline: December 22, 2014

 

Detailed information about the internships can be found at: http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/ 

 

A poster is located at: http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/files/hs-stem-2015-poster.pdf 

 

Previous participants' testimonials can be found at http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/stories-hsstem.html 

 

DHS has partnered with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) to manage the program.  

 

 

For any questions please email dhsed@orau.org 

Nov 21 2014

Viacom’s 2015 Summer Associate & Internship Programs

Spring internship applications are live and summer 2015 internship applications will become available in late December. Summer Associate 2015 applications are live and the deadline to apply is December 31st, 2014. Please note that internship candidates must hold at least junior standing to be eligible for our internship program and Summer Associate candidates must be graduated by the start of the program – June 4, 2015.

 

Nov 21 2014

2014 Employee Recognition Ceremony—Thursday Nov. 20

Congratulations to all of our dedicated School of Engineering and Computing Sciences faculty and staff for their countless years of hard work!

Prof. Abdolhossei Kashani (30 years)

Prof. George Salayka (30 years)

Dr. Michael Colef (25 years)

Dr. Frank Lee (25 years)

Lucy Torcasso (20 years)

Daniel Rapka (10 years)

Dean Nada Anid (5 years)

Dr. Huanying Gu (5 years)

Ambeeka Jewnandan (5 years)

"The SoECS 30-25-20 crew!  We've gone through the worst of times and the best of times.  Lots of great memories!  And, after all these years, we're still smiling!"

-- Lucy Torcasso

 

(From the left: Dr. Abdolhossei Kashani, Lucy Torcasso, Dr. George Salayka, Dr. Frank Lee)

Nov 19 2014

Senior Design Project and Thesis/ MS Project Presentation Schedules - Fall 2014

School of Engineering and Computing Sciences

Undergraduate Senior Project and Graduate Project Course Presentations

Wednesday December 10, 2014 – Wednesday December 17, 2014

 

Wednesday, December 10 2014

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Lakhdar Amara –ETEC 495 (M01) New York Institute of Technology – Manhattan, Edward Guiliano Global Center Room 801

  1. Alexander Roshan and Daniel Bahk - “Arduino Design”
  2. Jamie Digregorio -“Quad Coper with GPS Function”
  3. Paul Fioretti - “Design of a Temperature Chamber”

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Sarah Meyland – ENVT 802 New York Institute of Technology – Old Westbury, Room 308

  1. Lynn Capuano - “Sustainable Community Plan and Analysis"

Lakhdar Amara – ETEC 495 (M01) New York Institute of Technology – Manhattan, Room 801

1.     Jeffrey Peck - “Design of a Computer Networking Laboratory for Telecom Applications”

2.     Lee Lequan - “Automated Home-Monitoring and Alert System"

3.     Andre Neves - “Bluetooth-enabled color LED Matrix”

Thursday, December 11 2014

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Chung Hyuk Park – EENG 491 New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan, Edward Guiliano Global Center Room 607/608

1.     The Quad Copter

2.     Autonomous Hexapod with Object Recognition

3.     The Helping Hand

4.     Smart Whiteboard Eraser

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Cecilia Dong, Chung Hyuk Park, and N. Sertac Artan – EENG 489 (M01, M02, M03) New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan ,Edward Guliano Global Center Room 607/608

1.     Autonomous Indoor Quadcopter

2.     Autonomous Quadcopter Object Tracking

3.     Autonomous Quadcopter 12robotekE

4.     Dancing Penguin

5.     Robot Dog

6.     Interactive Desktop Avatar

7.     Service Industry Bot

8.     Retrieval bot

9.     Recyclable Sorting Mobile

10.   Robotic Arm

11.   Voice-to-ASL Translator

 

 

 

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Profs. Stanley Greenwald and Albert Machlin – ENVT-802 (M01) Audit or Design Projects, New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan – 26 W. 61st Street

  1. Asbestos: Then and Now
  2.  Water Quality Improvement in Chengdu City, China
  3. Waste to Energy Generation in Chennia, India
  4. Air Quality Improvement in Port of Los Angeles
  5. Reducing Cola Emission Using an Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Power Plant

Friday December 12, 2014

10 am – 12 pm

Aydin Farajidavar EENG- 489 (W02/W03); EENG- 491 New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury, AARH-302

1.     Vibrating Posture Suit

2.     A Multi-Channel Wireless System for Gastric Electrophysiology

3.     A Portable Magnetography System

4.     Smart Home: Security and Temperature Control

5.     Smart Cane: Avoiding Obstacles and Guiding through GPS

Tao Zhang EENG-489-W01/W03; New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury, HSH B12

1.     Texting While Driving Prevention

2.     Health Monitoring GPS

3.     Water Leak Detection System

4.     Energy Harvesting System

5.     Wireless ECG

6.     Smoke/CO Detection

Richard Simpson, CSCI-455; New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury HSH 228

1.     GPS Speedometer APP

2.     NYIT New Student APP

3.     NYIT Challenge Hospital Information System

4.     Electric Car Parking APP

5.     Health Management APP

12 pm – 2 pm

Tao Zhang, EENG-489-W01/W03, New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury, HSH B12

1.     Wireless Thermostat

2.     SAW Sensor Reader

3.     Texting While Driving Prevention

4.     Energy Harvesting System

Aydin Farajidavar EENG- 489 (W02/W03); EENG- 491 New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury, AARH-302

1.     A Wireless System for 3-D Motion Detection and Pedometery

2.     Close-loop Gas Detection and Alarm System for Smart Home Environment

3.     Motorcycle Head Up Display (HUD) and Navigation System

4.     A Wearable System for Non-Invasive Measurement of Blood Pressure

5.     A Self-Drive Car for Valet Parking

 

Drs. Beheshti, Balagani and Lee  CSCI- 870 (W01), EENG- 870 (W01) New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury Harry Schure Hall B14

Final Presentation Schedule:

10:00 am – 10:10 am Basani, Rakesh: Deposit Management System

10:10 am – 10:20 am Chandrakanti, Goutham: Packet-Hiding Strategies for Prohibiting Jamming

10:20 am – 10:30 am Cholewa, John: The DICOM Harvester

10:30 am – 10:40 am Dasari, Anudeep Reddy: Distributed Airline Reservation System

10:40 am – 10:50 am Gajjala, Jaswanth: Rumor Riding: A Modernized Way for Data Transfer

10:50 am – 11:00 am Gao, Guochen: Continuous Authentication Research

11:00 am – 11:10 am Gondhi, Naveen: Graph Data Structure and Scale Invariant Connect 4 Games

11:10 am – 11:20 am Gundluru, Sreekanth Reddy: Lecture Clicker

11:20 am – 11:30 am Koleti, Rahul: Managing Different Bank Accounts Under 1 System

11:30 am – 11:40 am Kolipaka, Anuragh: Compilers Stacks and Polish Notation

11:40 am – 11:50 am Kolli, Manjusha: Wireless Sensors

11:50 am – 12:00 pm Mehan, Rishabh: DareU- 60 Seconds Challenge

1:00 pm – 1:10 pm Gutti Konda Venkata Ajaychandra: Load Rebalance in Clouds

1:10 pm – 1:20 pm Lavu, Praveen: Web Interface Design

1:20 pm – 1:30 pm Rangisetty, Premnath: Privacy on Group Data

1:30 pm – 1:40 pm Vattela, Praveen Yadav: Big Data Mining with HACE Theorem

1:40 pm – 1:50 pm Kyadari Rakesh Kumar: Region Based Lossless Compression for Digital Images in Telemedicine Application

1:50 pm – 2:00 pm Onteddu, Uday Kumar: Steganography Based on Visual Crytography

 

Dr. Balagani INCS – 870) New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury Harry Schure Hall B14

1:00 pm – 1:10 pm Mettu, Sushma: Conway’s Game of Life Simulation

1:10 pm – 1:20 pm Mohammad, Arshad: Automated Message Protector for Detective Agencies

1:20 pm – 1:30 pm Mohammed, Kamaluddin: Enterprise Corporate Portal

1:30 pm – 1:40 pm Paladugu, Kirakumar: Job Portal

1:40 pm – 1:50 pm AMES – cloud a framework of adaptive mobile video streaming and efficient social video sharing in clouds

1:50 pm – 2:00 pm Sooguru, Vedavalli: Analyzing recursion through multi-dimensional Tower of Honai problem

2:00 pm – 2:10 pm Hemavathi, Preetham:

2:10 pm – 2:20 pm Hossain, Emarat

2:20 pm – 2:30 pm Samayam, Kaushnik: Advanced Image Fusion Algorithm Based on Wavelet Transform and Curvelet Transform

2:30 pm – 2:40 pm Shi, Jin: Monitor the Environment

2:40 pm – 2:50 pm Shyamala, Maria Pranitha: Data Hiding Using Steganography

2:50 pm – 3:00 pm Tirukkovalluri, Sai Rutwik: Heterogenous Face Recognition Using Kernel Prototype Similarities

3:00 pm – 3:10 pm Wang Renfeng & Zhang, Mingming: Long Distance Intelligent Temp and Humidity Monitoring System

3:10 pm – 3:20 pm Wang, Yue: Based on Second Generation Wavelet and Multiple Classifier Fusion Induction Motor Fault Diagnosis

3:20 pm – 3:30 pm Xue, Rui: Android Wifi File Transmission Application

Saturday December 13, 2014

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Robert Amundsen ENGY- 890 (W01) New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Theobald 409

1.     Comparative Analysis of Energy Management Software

2.     Green Operations and Retrofit of Existing Buildings

3.     Renewable Energy for Stadiums

4.     Biogas from Solid Waste

5.      Geothermal Energy in Dominica

6.      Comparative Analysis of Energy Policies

7.      Reskinning Buildings for Sustainability

8.      Carbon Sequestration

9.      Managing Energy Conservation in Commercial Buildings

10.    Offshore Wind Power

11.    District Steam and Sustainability

12.    Developing Reneable Sources of Electricity in Africa

13.    Shale Gas and Oil: A New Resource for Mexico

Monday December 15, 2014

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Dr. Thaier Hayajneh CSCI 870, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, Harry Schure Hall B14

1.     Enhanced Message

2.     Filtering System

3.     Secure Enterprise

4.     Corporate Portal

5.     Detection of Data Leakage in an Organization

6.     Packing-Hiding Strategies for Prohibiting Jamming

7.     Attacks on Wireless Networks

8.     AMES: cloud a framework of adaptive mobile video streaming and efficient social video sharing in clouds

9.     Secure Online Doctor: Patient Interaction

10.   Robust reversible watermarking via clustering and enhanced pixel wise marking

Wednesday December 17, 2014

M. Akhtar CSCI 455 (M01) New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan

1. IMME For Life

2. Calorie Manage: Keep a Healthy Lifestyle – an Android APP

3. An Android APP to Design a Battle Game

4. Personal Finance Manager: Manage Your Money Now!

5. Self-Ordering System for a Restaurant – a Modern iPhone APP

6. Sus Docs: Transfer Files Securely

7. Meet to Eat at NYIT

8. We meet Here! Navigate NYIT

 

9. NYIT in Your Hand 

 

Dr. Li Manhattan Campus

10:30 - 11:30am   room 801

 

Dr. Gu Manhattan Campus

12:00 - 12:30 pm  room 801

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download the pdf version schedule here!

Nov 17 2014

CS or ECE Major? Got skills? Help out the Motion Capture Tech Team!

 

Programming skills in:

Javascript

C++ or other C

Python

 

Other requirements:

Use of a version control system.

An interest in 3D graphics and Motion Capture

a background in 3D CG is a plus.

Linux is a plus.

 

Below is an idea of some of the projects:

 

Kinect programming - old and new Kinect 2  versions:

                for the old Kinect 1; OpenNI, OpenCV, NiTE

                New Kinect 2; Win 8, Kinect for Windows SDK, .NET?

These projects focus on computer vision.  These projects can used for abstract art installations, simple games, Motion Capture applications, 3D Scanning and geometry acquisition. 

 

Unity 3D:

There is both a C based language and a Javascript language used in Unity.   

These project are for all types of games and interaction with the Vicon system in real time.  Ideally we could get the Oculus and the Motion Capture system integrated in real time into a video game type of program. 

Character animation and the Mechanism system could be used heavily.   

General 3D graphics programming for games (VFX) and UI.  

Gameplay and controls.  

 

Web GL:

Javascript, HTML5, WebGL  ..?

Use of modern Web GL 3D Geometry in a browser technology.  

Both static and hierarchy animations.

Use of a stereoscopic virtual camera for Oculus integration. 

Ref: http://studio.gootechnologies.com/skazka/

 

There is a number of other technologies.  

 

Python is used in many of the 3D Software packages. 

Interested faculty or students should contact:

Matt Cornelius

NYIT Motion Capture 

Director of Art Media Technology 

MCorneli@nyit.edu

MH 212-261-1546

OW 516 686-7977

 

Nov 14 2014

NYIT Grad Students Win First Prize at IEEE Conference on 11/12

Congratulations Wenjie Zhuang (CS) and Yu Wang (ECE) for winning first prize at the IEEE Conference on Security/Cyber Security and Privacy held at the IEEE Center Office in Piscataway, NJ last week!  Their poster presentation titled "Detecting and Locating Man-in-the-Middle Attacks in Fixed Wireless Networks" stole the show!

Nov 14 2014

Lend Lease Info Session

Nov 11 2014

Cisco Services CTO Monique Morrow Welcomed by a Full-House at NYIT

Nov 11 2014

NYIT Dean Discusses the ā€œEā€ in STEM at Bellmore-Merrick Faculty Development Workshop

Nada Anid, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences,  Shiang-Kwei Wang, Ph.D., Associate Dean of the School of Education, and Sarah McPherson, Ed.D. Chair of Instructional Technology, School of Education, conducted a faculty development workshop for over 45 Science and Technology teachers in the Bellmore-Merrick School District on November 4, 2014, titled “STEM Education: An Interdisciplinary Approach.” (Presentation URL:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7NbTg7qEjg3ZHgtWTM5ZFVsSkk/view?usp=sharing

 

Nov 11 2014

CA Technologies Open House

Open house at One CA Plaza in Islandia exclusively for Long Island area college students!  For more information or to register please contact Michael DuBois at michael.dubois@ca.com!

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