Most of these projects are open to Master of Engineering students as well as undergraduates. For contact information not provided here, please consult our Faculty Directory.
- A Chemical Reactor that Builds Itself
- Combustion of Algae-derived Biodiesel
- Design of a More Efficient Ink Jet Printer
- Rain Tower Project
- Experimental Shocklets in Compressible Turbulence
- Shearing Turbulent Flow Characterization with Hot Wire Anemometry
- Making Ripples
- Fracture of heterogeneous lattice structures, towards resilient structural design
- Computational modeling of soft/active materials
- MEng and Undergrad Research Opportunities in the Autonomous Systems Lab
- Autonomous System Labs Openings for Spring 2016
- Prof. Erickson has numerous projects available for undergraduates and M.Eng. students related to Mobile and Global Health technologies. Please see Prof. Erickson's website (http://www.ericksonlab.org) for an overview of research and contact him through email (email@example.com) for additional details.
- A Device for Diagnosing Kaposi's Sarcoma
- A Systems Approach to Developing Attractive Sustainable Communities - Revitalizing a Rust Belt City Neighborhood
- Residential Energy Efficiency Project
- Available undergrad research opportunities focus on analysis of circulating tumor cells and tumor microvesicles using microfluidic devices
- Prof. Louge is seeking undergraduate or MEng students to help with an experiment to be deployed on the International Space Station. The experiment brings a spherical drop of water to touch a porous medium, thus simulating the absorption of dew on desert sand surfaces. See previous involvement of Cornell students at http://grainflowresearch.mae.cornell.edu/granular_gases/granular_gases.html and our desert blog at http://grainflowresearch.mae.cornell.edu/geophysics/dunes/dunes.html. The experiment will be prototyped in the Upson droptower of Prof. Avedisian.
- Professor Peck is not currently offering undergraduate research.
- Interested in working on the modeling of energy systems? Click here for a non-exhaustive list of projects and openings.
Contact Prof. Pepiot if you'd like to get involved.
- Design and Build a Better Rowing Simulator
- Bipedal Walking Robot
- What is the Metabolic Cost of Using Your Muscles?
- Preventing Horse Falls After Surgery
- Human Balance When Walking
- At least 100 other projects....
- Professor Shepherd is not currently accepting undergraduate researchers.
- Project is available in the area of cancer microfluidics. Please contact Professor Singh at firstname.lastname@example.org and see http://www.mae.cornell.edu/research/groups/icel for more details.
- ZT Group- Research areas include (but not limited to): nanoscale energy transport, solar/thermal energy conversion and storage, thermal management of micro/nanoelectronics, thermal insulation, and thermal phenomena for biomedical applications.
Matt Ulinski, Hansen Lab Director, M. Eng. Program Director
Solar and Renewable Energy Projects:
- Wind Lab Experiment Design: Project will consist of sizing and scaling a wind turbine that can be used for testing blade construction options in a wind tunnel.
- Design of a Roof Mounted Solar PV and Thermal Concentrator
- Performance of Solar Electric System
- Solar Home Web Based Monitoring System
- Solar Thermal System - 2007 House
- Solar Thermal System - 2005 House
Experiment Design Projects:
Professor van der Meulen
- Projects available in orthopaedic biomechanics. Please see web site for list of research areas and contact Professor van der Meulen directly: email@example.com.
- The Aircraft Wake Phenomenon
- The Vortex-Induced Vibration Problem
- Mini Turbines in an Urban Environment