Spotlights

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Professor Ziv Goldfeld

Welcome Ziv Goldfeld ( 2019 )

When we use artificial intelligence (AI) to classify animal pictures as either cats or dogs, the consequences of a misidentification are negligible. But when AI is used to differentiate between benign... Read more

John Eom

John Eom

John Eom, doctoral student in Cornell’s School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), says of himself, “I’m not generally a risk-taker but in my professional life I do tend to try things that are... Read more

Greeshma Gadikota

Welcome Greeshma Gadikota ( 2019 )

Greeshma Gadikota has joined Cornell Engineering as an assistant professor and Croll Sesquicentennial Fellow in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE). Gadikota’s research is focused... Read more

Katya Scheinberg

Welcome Katya Scheinberg ( 2019 )

Katya Scheinberg has joined the faculty of Cornell’s School of Operations Research and Information Engineering (ORIE). Scheinberg was previously the Harvey E. Wagner Endowed Chair Professor at the... Read more

Atieh Moridi

Welcome Atieh Moridi ( 2019 )

Atieh Moridi has joined the faculty of Cornell’s Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering as an Assistant Professor. Moridi came to Cornell in January, 2019 after three years as a... Read more

Peter McMahon

Welcome Peter McMahon ( 2019 )

Peter McMahon joined the faculty of the School of Applied and Engineering Physics (AEP) at Cornell as an assistant professor in the summer of 2019. McMahon’s research focuses on the physics of... Read more

Ning Zhao

Ning Zhao

By the time Ning Zhao, Ph.D. student in Systems Engineering at Cornell, has his doctorate, he may know more about New York State’s power generation, storage, and delivery capabilities than any other... Read more

Amal El-Ghazaly

Welcome Amal El-Ghazaly ( 2019 )

Growing up in Arizona, Amal El-Ghazaly used to take things apart. And her parents used to get a little upset with her because the things she took apart wouldn’t always work properly once she... Read more