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.
It’s going to take a lot of energy to power the country and the world through the next decade, let alone the next century or beyond. Light bulbs, electric cars, city power grids—the energy has to come... Read more
Assistant professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Academic focus: Optics and photonics; atomic physics/techniques; quantum engineering Research summary: Individual atoms in the void form nearly... Read more
Assistant professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell Tech Academic focus: Machine-learning-centric computer systems. Research summary: My research lies at the intersection of computer... Read more
Kunal Shastri is a doctoral candidate in electrical and computer engineering from Pune, India. After attending the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore as an undergraduate, he chose to pursue... Read more
Entirely led and run by undergraduates, project teams dedicate significant time to collaboratively solving complex problems, often as part of a national or international competition. Read more
The last time Anna Scaglione was part of the faculty at Cornell Engineering, the first iPhone had just been unveiled and the term “Smart Grid” had just been defined by the US Congress in the Energy... Read more