December 2016 E-Newsletter

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May 2016 Highlights
Columbia Engineering Magazine: Read the Spring 2016 Issue

Columbia Engineering Professor Eitan Grinspun’s Research Animates Disney’s Moana
Grinspun looks at the rules of motion and at materials and how they behave to develop computer programs to animate Hollywood movies.

The ART of Engineering: Sometimes Electrical Engineering is simply lyrical!!!!!
Prof Lazar’s building an open-source model of the #fruitfly #brain that simulates #neural circuits:
If you’re going to use a finely focused beam of electrons to “write” nanoscale patterns – you need to suit up!
Extreme Engineering with NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino
Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA
All Columbia alumni, parents and friends are invited to attend a conversation with Mike Massimino, '84 and NASA astronaut, and Mary Boyce, Dean of Engineering. Extreme Engineering is part of a series of talks with leaders in engineering and applied science that highlight the intersection of exploration and innovation.
Join your Reunion Class Committee!
Classes ending in 7 or 2 (e.g. 1967 or 2012) are invited to return to campus to celebrate their Class Reunion from Thursday, June 1–Sunday, June 4, 2017. Want to get involved with your Class Reunion Committee and help make this weekend a success? Contact us at
Watch the calendar for up-to-date information regarding networking breakfasts and evening events, hosted monthly for CU Alumni.
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