Spotlights: ECE

Mikayla Diesch ’16, M.Eng. ’17Cornell 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.

Yuguang Gao

Yuguang Gao

Yuguang Gao, Cornell ECE Ph.D. Student I came to ECE at Cornell as the research topics suggested by professors in FoIE (Foundation of Information Engineering) were of most interest to me, and I would... Read more

Brian Calderon

Brian Calderon

Brian Calderon, Cornell ECE Ph.D. Student I would like to say that I choose Cornell ECE because of the world-class faculty and facilities, but after doing my M.Eng., I realized that the greatest... Read more

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CUAir team takes first place

The CUAir team came in first place overall at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) Annual Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) Student Competition held at the Patuxent Naval Air... Read more

Innovation award winners

Students Receive ECE Innovation Awards

The ECE Innovation Award Competition challenges students to design and develop an innovative technology based on electrical and computer engineering, and to demonstrate the potential of the idea to address a practical business and/or social challenge. Each semester, ECE awards $10K each to two winning teams. Read more


Quan ’15 Wins IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Scholarship

Richard Quan, Electrical and Computer Engineering class of 2015, has been awarded a multi-year IEEE PES Scholarship. The scholarship provides funding for up to three years, and includes up to two years of hands-on career experience. Quan was one of only 228 recipients across the United States. Read more

Adam Mendrela

Adam Mendrela

"You will find yourself being challenged a lot. The more you want out of Cornell, the more work you have to put into it." Read more

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