52 Engineering students presented 16 innovative STEM projects at the Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education – CIJE Innovation Fair, held on Sunday, May 6th at the New York Hilton. 5 Robotics Team members also exhibited their own presentation. “We are incredibly proud of our students for their hard work and weeks of preparation,” said […]
MTA Robotics Team Advances To Super Regional By: Elishama Marmon (’20) On Sunday, February 25th, the MTA Robotics teams, Lionotics and Lionotics 2, went to Townsend Harris High School in Queens to compete in the First Tech Challenge New York City State Championship. Lionotics has been doing these competitions for years, while Lionotics […]
By: Noam Putterman, MTA Class Of 2018
This year’s Yeshiva University High Schools Annual Dinner Of Tribute, held on January 3rd, featured a STEM Fair, which provided an opportunity for both MTA and Central students to showcase their latest engineering innovations. MTA Seniors Hanan Berger and Benny Jacob presented an electromagnetic robotic arm, created in […]
by Raziel Siegman (’17)
Last Friday morning, students from Dr. Berliners’s AP Physics class had the unique opportunity to take a tour of the ConEd East River steam plant on 14th street. The ConEd plant, which is powered by gas, is part of the largest commercial steam system in the world – producing […]
With an increasing importance of computer science and engineering, Yeshiva University High School for Boys continues to update its educational programming to best equip its students for the rapidly changing workforce and the changing times. As Dr. Seth Taylor, Principal for General Studies explained, “STEM education needs to be part of any school […]
Raziel Siegman (’17) recently attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, sponsored by FutureDocs.com. Because of his outstanding performance at that conference, he received their Award of Excellence.
The Congress of Future Medical Leaders seeks to identify the physicians of the future and expose them to the current leaders in the field. At […]
by Yehuda Weschler (’16)
This past Wednesday, MTA had the privilege of havingDr. Cenk Sumen address the Honors College and Applied Science club regarding Cell Therapy. Dr. Sumen works for a company called Progenitor Cell Therapy (PCT), which works on healing people through the use of varying cell therapies.
Before delving into his lecture, Dr. […]
by Moshe Rosensweig (’14)
This past Sunday, March 2nd, was the culmination of the robotic’s team’s work. As described in an earlier article (https://blogs.yu.edu/mta/2014/01/31/mta-robotics-team-competes/), the team had originally prepared for a qualifying event in January that was turned into a scrimmage. In the month between that scrimmage round and the new qualifying […]
by Moshe Rosensweig (’14)
This past Sunday, January 26 was a long awaited date for the MTA Robotics team, the Lionotics, as it was the date of the qualifying rounds for the First Tech Challenge (FTC) competition. Each year FTC releases a new challenge for robotics teams across the country to complete. The challenge is […]