Video Index


Faculty Research, Seminars, & Events


Nanfang Yu: Beat the Heat in the Living Wings of Butterflies
Chris Wiggins: Data Science at The New York Times

Alexander Gaeta: Quantum Photonics in the Frequency Domain
Yuan Yang & Nanfang Yu: Making Paints Whiter and Cooler
Chris Wiggins: The History and Ethics of Data
Yuan Yang Group: Polymer Coating Demo
Michal Lipson: Engineering for Humanity
Nanfang Yu: The Engineer and the Butterfly
Yuan Yang: Revolutionary Ultra-thin “Meta-lens” Technology
Michal Lipson: Spinning Out, In Control
Chris Wiggins on Data: Past, Present, and Future

Adam Sobel: Preparing for the Next Big Storm

Qiang Du: An invitation to nonlocal modeling, analysis and computation

Adam Sobel: Climate Change and Extreme Weather Talk at Nevis Labs

Kate Marvel (GISS): Can clouds buy us more time to solve climate change?

C. Julien Chen: Physics of Solar Energy Course


Katayun Barmak: Transmission Microscopy Lab (CNI)


Simon Billinge: The Nanostructure Problem


Adam Sobel: Climate & Extreme weather


Alexander Gaeta & Michal Lipson: Engineering Light - Nanophotonics


Chris Wiggins: Engagement & Reality

Qiang Du: Asymptotically compatible discretizations of nonlocal models and their local limits



Adam Sobel: Climate Change and the Challenge of Long-Term Thinking


Chris Wiggins: Driven NYC

Latha Venkataraman: Scaling of Electronic Devices
Gavin Schmidt (GISS): Emergent Patterns of Climate Change


SEAS 150th Anniversary Celebration


Adam Sobel: Climate Change & Extreme Weather Events


Chris Wiggins: Bridging the gap - hacking the future of NYC


Michael Mauel Featured on CBS News

Chris Wiggins: Hack Around-the-Clock


Adam Sobel Featured on PBS Nova


Latha Venkataraman's Research

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Department & Programs


APAM Overview

Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics, and Materials Science and Engineering Master of Science Programs

Medical Physics Master of Science Program

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