Spotlights: ECE

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Angela Loh

Angela Loh ’23 is engineering for impact

At the end of her first semester in the College of Engineering at Cornell, Angela Loh ’23 connected with Alan Hsiao ’21, who shares her passion for engineering for impact. In spring 2020, just a few... Read more

Cornell School of Electrical and Computer Engineering grad student Jonathan Jaramillo

Meet Jonathan Jaramillo

One of the undeniable pleasures of life in the Finger Lakes region of New York is sitting on a deck at one of the many wineries that line the shores of Seneca and Cayuga Lakes, sipping a cold Riesling... Read more

Petersen and her students test the Martha robot in the Computer Systems Lab space in Rhodes Hall.

Learning from Robots

Photo: Petersen and her students test the Martha robot in the Computer Systems Lab space in Rhodes Hall. Martha is an open-source platform designed for human robot interaction studies. Video below... Read more

Lee watches as Hubo walks to the box to pick it up. Robot manipulation is Lee’s focus at CMU.

Helping Robots to Reason About Touch

Mark Lee ’15 M.Eng. ’16 is exploring reinforcement learning in robot manipulation by Chris Dawson, from the ECE Connections magazine. Mark Lee ’15 M.Eng. ’16 grew up in both South Korea and the United... Read more