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Consistently a nationally top-ranked ECE school, we remain at the forefront of our field, educating and training the next generation of engineers while driving the leading edge of technology.

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ECE Professor Rick Johnson Bridges Art and Science at NYC Museums

 

 

Academic Programs

 

 

Bachelor of Science Degree

Based upon three technical foundations (computers, mathematics, and physics), ECE prepares you for graduate study or a career in all branches of engineering as well as business, medicine, and law.

Master of Engineering Degree

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) Degree is a one year program for students seeking advanced training in current technology and engineering design. It is designed to put professional engineers on the fast track to success.

Ph.D. Degree

The interdisciplinary Ph.D. program at Cornell ECE prepares students to be future leaders in research, development and teaching through rigorous course work and cutting-edge research.

Recent News

Robots, Like Insects

Cheap, simple, scalable, adaptable, and high-performance in swarms, insect-like robots have...

ECE researchers win $1.7 million award to bend the rules of wave physics

A team of researchers from Cornell Engineering and Johns Hopkins University has received an NSF...

Cornell achieves a new record in deep ultraviolet photonics

Jena/Xing group recently achieved 40% internal quantum efficiency (IQE) for DUV emission at 219...

Lab of Plasma Studies turns 50, wins $15M grant

Cornell’s Laboratory of Plasma Studies (LPS) has much to celebrate as it marks its 50th anniversary...

Internet Advertising: Technology, Ethics, and a Serious Difference of Opinion

Prof. Stephen Wicker discusses "Internet Advertising: Technology, Ethics, and a Serious Difference...

Molnar and Alumni win Best Paper Award

Cornell Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Alyosha (Al) Molnar and several former...

Latest Spotlights

What goes on in there? A visit to Cornell’s Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility

A guided tour of Cornell's CNF, which in 2017 will celebrate 40 years of operations at the very edge of nanoscale science and technology.

Sophia Rocco: Hoping to make the world a better place through a potential renewable energy source

When she was looking at graduate schools, physics major Sophia Rocco, thought she would be in a materials science program bridging her interests in electricity and magnetism and novel materials for solar cells.

The Laboratory of Plasma Studies: Uncovering mysteries of high energy density plasma physics

In the basement of Grumman Hall, an x-ray pulse produced by a hot, dense plasma – an ionized gas – lasting only fractions of a microsecond both begins and ends an experiment. Hidden within that fraction of time lies a piece of a puzzle—data that grad...