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Padraig Lysandrou: This aerospace fellow is decreasing barriers to making

"I spent a lot of my childhood building model rockets. When I was 12, I got interested in electronics and making, started tinkering with Arduino, and built an electronics lab in my basement." More

Data on the Brain

The NSF has found a willing partner at Cornell University in this quest to create technologies that will allow researchers to image the brain and the nervous system. More

Teaching Snapshot: ECE 3400 Intelligent Physical Systems

Assistant Professor Kirstin Petersen updates ECE Connections on her new approach to teaching ECE 3400. More

Alumni Spotlight: Susie Kim Riley '87

"Do/learn as much as you can. Chart your own path....f you want to have an impact, go out and throw yourself at it." More

ECE Women Advance Gender Equity in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Cornell ECE’s undergraduate gender ratio is trending upward—35% women in 2017 versus just 13% in 2012. That’s more than twice the national average, according to the American Society for Engineering Education. More

Director’s Reflections, from Clif Pollock

I have had the pleasure of serving as director of ECE for almost 12 years, first from 2001-2008, and then again from 2014 to now, but my term is finally ending! I’m excited to announce our new director will be Professor Alyssa Apsel. More

Welcome Mahsa Shoaran

Shoaran’s Neuroengineering Lab at Cornell brings together circuit design, machine learning, and neuroscience in an effort to achieve her long-held goal of helping people who are suffering. More

Welcome to Mert Sabuncu

The Sabuncu Lab conducts research in the field of biomedical data analysis, in particular imaging, with an application emphasis on neuroscience and neurology. More

What goes on in there? A visit to Cornell’s Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility

A guided tour of Cornell's CNF, which in 2017 will celebrate 40 years of operations at the very edge of nanoscale science and technology. More

The Laboratory of Plasma Studies: Uncovering mysteries of high energy density plasma physics

In the basement of Grumman Hall, an x-ray pulse produced by a hot, dense plasma – an ionized gas – lasting only fractions of a microsecond both begins and ends an experiment. Hidden within that fraction of time lies a piece of a puzzle—data that graduate students and staff scientists at the Laboratory of Plasma Studies (LPS) will use to better understand the mysterious physics behind inertial confinement fusion. More