Spotlights: ECE

Circuit board with wireless antennaCornell 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.

Namita Kumar

Namita Kumar

Namita Kumar, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2016 I chose ECE because I found that it was a rather broad field and it would allow me to learn so many new, interesting, and useful things. I've... Read more

Vitchyr Pong

Vitchyr Pong

Vitchyr Pong, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2016 I chose ECE because I wanted to learn how technology works and one day be able to improve it. It's just great knowing that I will be able to... Read more

Vasu Mannar

Vasu Mannar

Vasu Mannar, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2016 I chose ECE over other fields because it's inherently useful in the real world. After using computers for most of my life, I realized I wanted to... Read more

Mark LaPointe

Mark LaPointe

Mark LaPointe, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2016 I chose Cornell ECE because of the competitive yet collaborative environment fostered by the faculty and students. The department’s broad range... Read more

Matan Kline

Matan Kline

Matan Kline, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2016 Electronics are such a large part of our lives and have always been of interest to me. I chose ECE because it gives me opportunities to go out and... Read more

Varun Hegde

Varun Hegde

Varun Hegde, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2016 I chose ECE over the other fields offered in engineering because I love technology. I find incredible beauty in the products of Computer... Read more

Helios

CUAIR takes 2nd overall

CUAIR took first in Flight/Mission and second place overall at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International’s 12th annual Student Unmanned Aerial Systems competition June 18-22 at... Read more