Read the Spring 2019 Issue of
Columbia Engineering Magazine

Increasingly, our crowded urban environments will require innovative technology to render them more livable, sustainable, and climate-resilient.
Or, in other words, smart.

Reconnections, Reflections, and Next-Gen Innovations

Seven decades of Columbia engineers returned to alma mater for Alumni Weekend 2019, three busy days of fellowship, memories, and deep dives into the groundbreaking innovations and research on today’s campus.


Researchers including Kyle Bishop of Chemical Engineering trained a neural network model to plan synthetic routes to any target molecule, optimizing user-specified objectives such as cost, time, and sustainability.
A team led by Elisa Konofagou from Biomedical Engineering has developed a technique that could open up new ways to facilitate targeted drug delivery into the brain, enabling drugs to treat brain diseases more focally. The group just received FDA approval to conduct clinical trials with their device.


At Senior Design Expo 2019, teams spanning the School and beyond shared their far-reaching innovations and research with an enthusiastic crowd of peers, professors, alumni, and the public.
After years in the lab exploring heat transfer on the nanoscale, doctoral candidate Arvind Srinivasan MS'16 found himself in rural Uganda thinking very differently about energy.
As the winner of a Fulbright scholarship, biomedical engineer and public health researcher Samuel Castro ’19 will soon spend nine months in Mozambique exploring how to reduce transmission of HIV from pregnant mothers to their fetuses.


Dan Lacker of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research has won this year’s Early Career Paper Prize from the SIAM Activity Group on Financial Mathematics and Engineering.
Columbia's Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering—headed by Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic of Biomedical Engineering—recently licensed their organ-on-a-chip technology. Over the past four years, Columbia Engineering has produced 31 startups, illustrating the School's pivotal role in the university's larger entrepreneurial culture.



JUNE 20: Summer Happy Hour
BBar & Grill, 40 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003

Join Columbia Alumni Association (CAA) Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) for a happy hour event to celebrate and welcome new members into the diverse SIG community! Tickets include two drink tickets and appetizers.
JUNE 24: NYC Pride Week Happy Hour
Penny Farthing, 103 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10003

Happy Pride Month! Join Columbia Pride, the official organization for LGBT alumni of all schools of Columbia University, for happy hour to kick off NYC Pride Week. Students (21+), alumni, and guests from across the University are invited to attend.
JULY 23: CEAA Alumni Dinner Cruise
World Yacht, Pier 81 West 41st Street, New York, NY 10036

The Columbia Engineering Alumni Association (CEAA) invites alumni and their guests aboard the World Yacht Sundancer for the annual Alumni Dinner Cruise. A sumptuous buffet, open bar, and on-board entertainment will be provided. Thanks to the generosity of the CEAA, tickets are discounted to $35 per person.
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