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Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed has made a career out of managing water resources, an interest that began with a powerful event. While getting his degree in geological engineering at the University of Missouri, Reed’s hometown, St. Louis, was hit by the ‘93 flood of the Mississippi. “Pre-Katrina it was the largest natural disaster in U.S. history,” Reed says. “So I got to see my friends and family impacted by all of that...we saw homes float down the Mississippi.” More

Perrine Pepiot

Perrine Pepiot is interested in making fuel burn better. Fossil-fuel or renewably-sourced, Pepiot studies the molecular structures and chemical changes that happen when a liquid fuel is burned, with the end goal of making fossil fuels burn cleaner, and biofuels burn better. More

Krishnamurthy Iyer

Krishnamurthy Iyer researches dynamic markets, applying game theory to determine how these complex systems might behave under various conditions More

Ricardo Daziano

Ricardo Daziano would be the first to admit he fits the stereotype of the “artistic Italian” to some degree—he speaks multiple languages, enjoys oil painting—particularly in the style of the Italian Renaissance artists, and he is passionate about cooking. More

Florentina Bunea

Florentina Bunea wants to understand uncertainty. This philosophical curiosity is what brought her to her current field of work in statistics, unlike her more prosaic peers. More

Ankur Singh

Ankur Singh manipulates synthetic materials and living cells to improve human health. He traces his motivation to his experiences discussing problems with patients as a biomedical engineering student in India. “My ultimate goal is to take this research to the clinical level and benefit patients,” he says. More

Robert Shepherd

Robert Shepherd is creating functional materials that push the boundaries of robotics and 3-D printing. More

Abena Sackey Ojetayo

It's an engineer's dream: design Cornell Tech's campus in New York City with a green infrastructure that is a model of sustainability. Happily, it is Abena Sackey Ojetayo's current focus. More

Pierre Patie

To Pierre Patie, an associate professor in the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering, quantitative research is all about the puzzles. More

Recruiting young women in STEM disciplines

On August 9th the College of Engineering is co-hosting with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences for an afternoon series of sessions for young women who are interested in pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. More