ECE Connections Magazine
Learning from Robots
How robotics is driving new research into foundational aspects of ECE
Robotics research in Cornell ECE is taking inspiration from surprising sources and asking interesting questions. Explore the work of faculty members Kirstin Petersen, Daniel Lee, Farrell Helbling, Nils Napp and discover the range of designs emerging from our labs. (With video!)
ECE Lecturer Hunter Adams talks about how he adapted the popular ECE 4760 Designing with Microcontrollers course to distance learning, and shares the four lab projects students completed. (With video!)
Mark Lee ’15 M.Eng. ’16 explores reinforcement learning in robot manipulation. Now Lee is set to begin his doctoral studies in robotics at Carnegie Mellon University in the fall of 2021.
In this Alumni Q&A, Katie Bradford '20 M.Eng. '20 highlighted the ways her experience in Cornell ECE prepared her for the next stage in her career, especially focusing on the maker-inspired, hands-on learning opportunities that engaged her the most.
Ken Ho '21 earned a fellowship from the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program for his proposal, “Development of an Autonomous, μm-Scale Robotic System Using PCO Synchronization.”
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