Promising new technologies being developed into functioning prototypes with help from Cornell Engineering’s Scale Up and Prototyping Awards.
Imagine a roomful of 1,000 students all simultaneously experiencing an augmented reality lecture and demonstration. Or, how about riding in an autonomous vehicle that can detect, in real time and despite inclement weather, an accident or obstacle miles ahead? For those scenarios to be possible, we need a new, enhanced generation of wireless communication. And that is the focus of the newly established $27.5 million ComSenTer, a center for converged terahertz communications and sensing. Three Cornell faculty will be part of this consortium of over 18 faculty researchers across 10 institutions...
Cornell engineers are part of a national effort to reinvent computing by developing new solutions to the “von Neumann bottleneck,” a feature-turned-problem that is almost as old as the modern computer itself. Most modern computers operate using a von Neumann architecture, named after computer scientist John von Neumann. He proposed in 1945 that programs and data should both reside in a computer’s memory, and that the central processing unit may access them as needed using a memory bus. Von Neumann’s paradigm allowed processor and memory technology to evolve largely independently at breakneck...
Cornell ECE’s undergraduate gender ratio is trending upward—35% women in 2017 versus just 13% in 2012. That’s more than twice the national average, according to the American Society for Engineering Education.
Hazal Yüksel, a Ph.D. candidate from the Molnar Group has been selected to receive the 2018 Electrical and Computer Engineering Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.
Padraig Lysandrou, ECE B.S. ’18 and an early M.Eng. student in MAE at Cornell was recently awarded an inaugural Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship, which connects exceptional current college juniors, seniors and graduate students with paid summer internships in the exciting field of commercial spaceflight, as well as with notable aerospace leaders for mentorship.
An op-ed by Dipayan Ghosh, ECE Ph.D. '13, a former student of Prof. Stephen Wicker.