Computational Science and Engineering
Applications include computational and systems biology, energy materials, energy transformations and energy systems engineering, complex fluid modeling of colloids and gels, nanoparticle flows, electrospinning fibers, electronic materials design and properties
There is a dynamic and thriving group of researchers in CBE who are focusing wholly, or in part, on computational projects. Much of their work is done under the auspices of the College-wide Cornell Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (ICSE). These projects are in the following areas:
- Computational and Systems Biology: protein conformational studies, biological network fragility, and synthetic biology, protobiology on frozen aqueous and non-aqueous extra-terrestrial worlds.
- Energy materials, energy transformations and energy systems engineering.
- Complex fluid modeling of colloids and gels, nanoparticle flows, electrospinning fibers.
- Electronic materials design and properties.
Research Area Faculty
The faculty researchers in this area exemplify the collaborative nature of the work done at Cornell Engineering.