Engineering for Humanity

Our vision for Columbia Engineering reflects our aspirations to bring about innovative research that has a positive impact on humanity—a sustainable, healthy, secure, connected, and creative humanity.

Celebrating Women in Tech

Ursula Burns MS’82, the first African-American woman to lead a Fortune 500 company, returned to campus as part of a special night launching New York City Women in Tech, an initiative devoted to leveraging the talent of women engineers as the city consolidates its place as a global tech hub.

Smart, Resilient Cities

From Columbia Engineering Magazine: Explore how our Faculty are working collaboratively to fashion a diverse set of strategies that foster healthier, better connected, more creative, and increasingly secure and sustainable urban environments.

Nano-objects of Desire: Assembling Ordered Nanostructures in 3-D

Scientists establish new nanofabrication platform for directing nanomaterial components of different natures into 3-D arrays with prescribed organizations; More
Jan 13 2020 | Team Photo Credit: Columbia Engineering | Assembly Schematic Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory | Platform Schematic and Fluorescence Images: Courtesy of the Nature Materials Paper | VIDEO CREDIT: JANE NISSELSON/COLUMBIA ENGINEERING

From the Magazine: Q&A With Yannis Tsividis

Yannis Tsividis built the first fully integrated MOSFET operational amplifier in 1976. In 2019, he was elected a fellow of the National Academy of Engineering. More
Jan 03 2020 | By Allison Elliott | COLUMBIA ENGINEERING MAGAZINE

From the Magazine: AI With a Better IQ

As CEO and founder of Text IQ, Apoorv Agarwal MS’08, PhD’14 turned his doctoral thesis into a top company that helps corporations ferret out sensitive More