Research Groups, Centers and Labs
ECE includes several research centers and labs
- Cornell Highly Integrated Physical Systems (CHIPS)
- Computer Systems Laboratory (CSL)
- Center for the Study of Pulsed-Power-Driven High Energy Density Plasmas
- Foundations of Information, Networks, and Decision Systems (FIND)
- Vision and Image Analysis Group (VIA)
ECE faculty are highly collaborative
Interdisciplinary research areas with strong ECE faculty presence include:
- Cornell Center for Device Discovery
- Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future (ASCF)
- Cornell Center for Materials Research: An NSF MRSEC (CCMR)
- Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF)
- Kavli Institute at Cornell (KIC)
- Power Systems Engineering Research Center (PSERC)
- Platform for the Accelerated Realization, Analysis, and Discovery of Interface Materials (PARADIM)
Engineers to hack 50-year-old computing problem with new center
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.
Molnar, Jena and Xing join national consortium to develop future cellular infrastructure
Three Cornell faculty will be part of the newly established $27.5 million ComSenTer, a center for converged terahertz communications and sensing.
Re-imagining Computer System Memories
Interdisciplinary team will provide new insights and an entirely new paradigm for the semiconductor industry in the emerging era of big data.
Image credit Beatrice Jin
Finding the Ultimate Energy Source: Cornell’s Lab of Plasma Studies
Plasma is one of the four fundamental states of matter, but it does not exist freely on the Earth’s surface. It must be artificially generated by heating or subjecting a neutral gas to a strong electromagnetic field. Located in the basement of Grumman Hall are two large pulse-power generators that create plasma by delivering extremely high currents to ordinary matter for short periods. These generators are part of the Lab of Plasma Studies at Cornell University.
Photo credit: Dave Burbank