April 2016 e-Newsletter

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April 2016 Highlights
 
Heat and Light Get Larger at the Nanoscale
A team led by Prof. Michal Lipson has demonstrated heat transfer can be made 100 times stronger than has been predicted, simply by bringing two objects extremely close—at nanoscale distances—without touching.
 
 
Roar, Lion, Roar! Welcome to the Class of 2020! video
 
Fascinating interview w Prof @EmanuelDerman + @Ritholtz on #financialengineering: ow.ly/Z2OcJ
 
Our freshman course "The Art of Engineering" is in full swing as robots are being designed to navigate a maze and perform tasks along the way.
 
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Schapiro CEPSR
Get a first look at potential designs for Columbia Engineering's new website and give us your feedback. Interested in joining the focus group? Email Michelle Failing at maf2182@columbia.edu.
 
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Schapiro CEPSR
Greg Olsen, president of GHO Ventures and the third private citizen to orbit the earth, will give a talk entitled "Entrepreneurship to Spaceship." Registration details to follow.
 
 
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Save the Date: Senior Design Expo
Roone Arledge Auditorium
Senior Design Expo showcases the work of undergraduate seniors from all Columbia Engineering departments, with projects on display throughout the day.
 
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Morningside Campus
Participate in this year's Class Day as a distinguished member of your graduating class, and join us for a reception prior to the Class Day ceremony.
 
 
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Low Rotunda
Join all Engineering Reunion classes along with Columbia Engineering alumni in the New York area for an evening of dinner and cocktails in celebration of the start of Alumni Reunion Weekend!
 
The Alumni Directory has migrated to a new and improved system with advanced features to help you connect, network, and take advantage of alumni benefits. The Community is only available to alumni, and you can log in with your UNI to create your profile and take advantage of this new system.
 
 
Watch the calendar for up-to-date information regarding networking breakfasts and evening events, hosted monthly for CU Alumni.
 
 
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