Did you know?
Hwa C. Torng’s, ‘60, research was the benchmark for Intel’s Pentium chips which enabled processors to read, evaluate, and execute instructions. It is widely, if not universally, installed in processors, and is the 7th most cited hardware patent in the U.S.
Welcome ECE graduates! You are the cornerstone of Electrical and Computer Engineering. You live and work in every state in the U.S. and throughout the world.
You, the Alumni(ae) of Electrical and Computer Engineering, are actively involved, supporting the school in career placement, reunion activities, fund-raising, academic programs, and other activities. We appreciate the life-long friendships and associations that you established with ECE and Cornell. If you are interested in learning more about how to become more involved, please contact:
Clifford Pollock, Ilda and Charles Lee Professor of Engineering, ECE Director
229 Phillips Hall 607/255-5032
Hilary Diekow, Associate Director of Alumni Affairs and Development
258 Carpenter Hall 607/254-6702
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