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If you were at the beach and wanted to know the temperature, wind speed, relative humidity, and dewpoint of the air around you, you could pull out your phone and find that information in real time... Read more
Mostafa Hassani knows the technologies of the future cannot rely on the structural materials of the past. Melting metals and then mixing and shaping them into useful configurations was fine for... Read more
If Maha Haji has her way, Ithaca might join Woods Hole and Scripps as hotbeds of applied ocean science research. Haji, who joined the faculty of Cornell Engineering’s Sibley School of Mechanical and... Read more
Richard Allmendinger, emeritus professor in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Cornell University, has won the 2021 Paul G. Silver Award for Outstanding Scientific Service, a joint award between the... Read more
Sean Sinclair, a Ph.D. student in Cornell Engineering’s School of Operations Research and Information Engineering (ORIE), sees the entire world as a mix of probability and optimization problems.... Read more
Entirely led and run by undergraduates, project teams dedicate significant time to collaboratively solving complex problems, often as part of a national or international competition. Read more
The last time Anna Scaglione was part of the faculty at Cornell Engineering, the first iPhone had just been unveiled and the term “Smart Grid” had just been defined by the US Congress in the Energy... Read more