Cornell engineers are teaming up to bridge the digital divide in New York by designing the nation’s first statewide internet-of-things public infrastructure. Read more
Cornell ECE is erasing the boundaries between signals, systems, physics and hardware, and merging core concepts from biology, computer science, mechanical engineering and materials. We see things differently, with visionary science oriented to novel applications.
Growing up in Mexico City, Richard Hojel ’88 never imagined that hiding inside a library from a blustery winter storm would be an experience he would enjoy, but satisfaction and success await when one... Read more
In his new book, Terms of Disservice: How Silicon Valley is Destructive by Design, Dipayan Ghosh Ph.D. ’13 offers technical analysis, recommendations for economic reform, and practical ideas for using... Read more
A team from Cornell Engineering was among the winners of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar District Cup, a design competition aimed at modelling optimized, distributed solar energy systems... Read more
Alec Wyatt ’21 came to Cornell with an interest in building a more sustainable transportation infrastructure. “What brought me to engineering in the first place was based in sustainability,” he said,... Read more
Even when Zach Boynton was in high school at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in Massachusetts, he knew he would probably end up following a technical path. “I was in the Rindge School of... Read more