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Cornell is a world-class research university. To study engineering at Cornell is to be immersed in a research environment; the faculty members who teach our classes are engaged in research at the forefront of engineering sciences. Undergrads as well as graduate students have the opportunity to work closely with faculty members from diverse personal, academic and professional backgrounds on a wide variety of exciting research and development projects.

Engineering Research

Emmanuel P. Giannelis
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
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Corporate and Foundation Relations

Abby Westervelt
Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations
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