Video Gallery (listing)
Mike Spencer, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE Director Clif Pollock discussed the exciting things that are happening in the department and the vision for the future via Livestream on October 9, 2014.
Michal Lipson does groundbreaking research on nanophotonics—“optics on a very, very small scale." In this interview for Fusion’s “Genius” series she explains how nanophotonics could revolutionize the way computers work.
Incoming graduate students explain why they chose Cornell ECE during the Electrical and Computer Engineering New Graduate Student Welcome Reception, August 25, 2014.
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
Cornell Engineers Ray Li and Michael Ndubuisi are breaking the rules to push the limits of imagination. An earlier incarnation of SoundSpace, (called Aura), won the Bright Idea Award from ECE’s Innovation Competition in the winter of 2013.
"I chose ECE over the other fields offered in engineering because I love technology. I find incredible beauty in the products of Computer Engineering, whether they are as simple as the first calculator or as complicated as the modern computer."
"Electronics are such a large part of our lives and have always been of interest to me. I chose ECE because it gives me opportunities to go out and create things that are cutting-edge and widespread—things we all use everyday."
"I chose Cornell ECE because of the competitive, yet collaborative environment fostered by the faculty and students. The department’s broad range of interdisciplinary research topics and its excellent facilities make it a world-class program."
"I chose ECE over other fields because it's inherently useful in the real world. After using computers for most of my life, I realized I wanted to find out not just how they worked, but why they did, and how I could make them better."