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."
"I chose ECE because I wanted to learn how technology works and one day be able to improve it. It's just great knowing that I will be able to apply my skills to medical devices, rockets to go to Mars, or anything else that I would want to do."
Designing Technologies That Make Life Better
"I initially came to Cornell to study biological engineering because I wanted to pursue my interest in biosensors and bioimaging. Once I got here, I found out that there's actually a lot more flexibility to do that inside of an ECE major."
"I choose ECE because I am able to combine my interest in programming and computing with my love of physics, math, and science. ECE has such a strong foundation in the physical sciences along with endless real world applications."
"Cornell has its own special acronym for ECE: 'ECEs Can Do Everything.' The ECE program exposes students to an unparalleled variety of fields, and the multitude of career paths that ECE opens really impressed me."
"I chose ECE because I thought it was a very practical and interesting major. For me, I wanted to learn how various technologies we use in life work. I've learned the answers through ECE."
Meet the newest faculty members at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University.
More than 120 kids ages six to nine took part in Cornell's 2014 Junior FIRST LEGO League Expo held Jan. 25 in Duffield Hall. 24 teams presented "Disaster Blaster"-themed Lego models of their ideas. Video courtesy of the Cornell Daily Sun.
ECE Innovation Award Bright Idea winners Ray Li, BS '14 and Michael Ndubuisi, BS '14, discuss their new musical instrument, Aura. It allows the musician to control sound simply by moving their hands in the air. Video courtesy of the Cornell Daily Sun
Meet the winners of the Fall 2013 ECE Innovation Awards and learn about their projects. www.ece.cornell.edu/innovate
"The reason I joined Cornell ECE was because the ECE faculty displayed a genuine sense of caring towards their students, and an immense interest to have me join the program."
Asmaa M’nebhi & Tejaswini Srinivasa
ECE M.Eng Students
"I am amazed at the breadth and depth of the knowledge and understanding my advisor has for various research areas, and he and many other professors in the department are always there to support me in my search to better my research and career."
"I decided to attend the Cornell ECE M.Eng program mainly because of the community-like atmosphere. The faculty listen and support the students’ educational desires, and I didn’t really see that at other schools."
"What makes the M.Eng at Cornell authentic, is the freedom it gives me as a student to design my own program and optimally fit my interests and career plans."
"The greatest part of Cornell ECE is the large and diverse research groups that we have here. You never know when an opportunity for collaboration will appear and you never know where your research will go, which I find enriching and quite exciting."
I chose Cornell because it’s home to researchers that share my multidisciplinary interests in electrical engineering and neuroscience and because of its vibrant and warm graduate community thriving on a beautiful campus.
Cornell ECE welcomes new, incoming graduate students. Faculty and students enjoyed a relaxed evening at The Statler Hotel on August 27, 2013.
Cornell University Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) students, faculty and staff enjoyed a relaxed day and the chance to dunk their colleagues at the fourth annual ECE Day.
IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Scholarship Winner
Cornell Nanophotonics Group
Cornell Nanophotonics Group
Cornell Nanophotonics Group
Student Spotlight: Jasper Schneider
Student Spotlight: Richard Zhang
Student Spotlight: Allison Smith
Bruce Land is a Senior Lecturer in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell. He teaches three courses in ECE and advises masters of engineering projects in ECE. He has been in this position since 1998.
Ninoshka Singh, Winner of the 4th Annual ECE Day Poster Presentation
Cornell ECE PhD student Yahya Tousi receives 2011 IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) Graduate Fellowship.
Salman Avestimehr was honored as a PECASE recipient for "pushing the frontiers of information theory through its extension to complex wireless information networks." http://www.ece.cornell.edu/peo-fac-showAward.cfm?awardID=147
Cornell University Electrical and computer engineering students, faculty, and staff enjoyed a relaxed day and the chance to celebrate and promote Cornell's ECE program.
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.