New technology and increasing improvements to design and installation have made electric heat pumps one of the most efficient and cost-effective alternatives to traditional gas heating systems. Heat... Read more
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Like many civically minded undergraduates, Connor Bayne ’21, mechanical engineering major in the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, plans to enter the renewable energy industry... Read more
Anne Chow ’88, M.Eng. ’89, MBA ’90, chief executive officer of AT&T Business, will give the inaugural Mei-Wei ’72 and Amy Cheng Distinguished Lecture. Read more
Michael Zakoworotny ’21, mechanical engineering major in the Cornell Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, found engineering as an outlet for his curiosity early on – inspired to... Read more
Sibley undergrads working to develop a method of achieving "flow awareness" with an autonomous flight vehicle
By Erin Philipson Marigot Fackenthal ’21 and Grace Ding ’21 are working with Dr. Gregory Bewley, assistant professor in the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, to develop a method... Read more
"My design team and I [are modeling] a live-imaging system that uses cancer-targeting nanoparticles and artificial intelligence to improve the visual fidelity of ultrasound technology. Our project ultimately supports the accurate detection of cancerous tissue in real-time for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes." Read more