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.

Brecken Blackburn

Brecken Blackburn

Brecken Blackburn, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2015 I initially came to Cornell to study biological engineering because I wanted to pursue my interest in biosensors and bioimaging. Once I got... Read more

Julie Wang

Julie Wang

Julie Wang, Cornell ECE Undergraduate, Class of 2014 I choose ECE because I am able to combine my interest in programming and computing with my love of physics, math, and science. ECE has such a... Read more

Jessie Lin

Jessie Lin

Jessie Lin, Cornell ECE Undergraduate Class of 2014 I chose ECE because I thought it was a very practical and interesting major. For me, I wanted to learn how various technologies we use in life work... Read more

Christoph Studer ( 2013 )

When Christoph Studer was young, he was obsessed with computer games. “Probably before I started reading, I was playing computer games,” he says. These games were a far cry from today’s glossy first... Read more

Abhinandan Majumdar

Abhinandan Majumdar

Abhinandan Majumdar, Cornell ECE Ph.D. Student Cornell ECE is reputed for its ranking, Ivy League prestige, and for its esteemed alumni. Furthermore, the impactful research produced by the ECE faculty... Read more

Avik Dutt

Avik Dutt

Avik Dutt, Cornell ECE Ph.D. Student I chose Cornell because it provided me with an opportunity to work with pioneers and world leaders in the field of photonics. The extremely warm welcome given by... Read more