Undergrads built robots to navigate labrynths and compete against the clock! Students in ECE 3400: ECE Practice and Design hosted a competition with robots that navigage, map, and display physical labrynths in the shortest amount of time.
Cornell ECE Day is an annual day of fun for the ECE community: Undergrads held a maze-mapping robotics competition, there was a student vs. faculty trivia contest, and the wildly popular dunk tank where students dunked their professors.
The CURIE Academy is a one-week summer residential program for high school girls who excel in math and science, organized by the Cornell Diversity Programs in Engineering and directed by ECE's Christopher Batten. www.csl.cornell.edu/curie2014
Meet the winners of the Fall 2013 ECE Innovation Awards and learn about their projects. www.ece.cornell.edu/innovate
Asmaa M’nebhi & Tejaswini Srinivasa
ECE M.Eng Students
Ninoshka Singh, Winner of the 4th Annual ECE Day Poster Presentation
Michael Lyons '11, M.Eng. '12; and Greg Meess '09, M.Eng. '10, invented their "haptic exercise coach" for an electrical engineering class project in spring 2010.