Professor Mark Campbell named AIAA Fellow
Mark Campbell, John A. Mellowes ’60 Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been elected a fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). AIAA defines this... Read more
Charlie Mills ME '83, MBA '84
At Cornell, Charlie Mills ’83, M.B.A. ’84 studied a lot. In fact, the mechanical engineering major found himself locked in the Engineering Library after hours on more than one occasion. “The first... Read more
Ching Pang, ME '21
Ching Pang ’21, currently a Junior in the Sibley School, grew up wanting to do hands-on work and became interested in biomedical devices during her time volunteering in an ambulance corps in High... Read more
Sibley School student interns at Cornell founded Start-up
Ambikaa Jaggi ’21 has always had an entrepreneurial drive and therefore wanted to work at a start-up because of the hands-on, collaborative and fast-paced approach to work. However, as an... Read more
Lauren Stulgis, Swanson Director of Student Project Teams
Meet Lauren Stulgis, Cornell Engineering’s new Swanson Director of Student Project Teams. She moved to Ithaca from North Carolina this past August with her husband, two kids, and a pack of three... Read more
Assistant Professor Atieh Moridi will be a guest editor of Coating’s journal special issue on “Novel Materials and Processes for Metal additive manufacturing.” The goal of the Special Issue is to... Read more about Atieh Moridi will be a guest editor of Coating’s journal special issue
Cornell Fluids Seminar: "Physics‐based, Data‐driven Modeling of Air Quality Impact from Stationary and Mobile Sources at 1‐Meter Resolution"
Physics‐based, Data‐driven Modeling of Air Quality Impact from Stationary and Mobile Sources at 1‐Meter Resolution Bo Yang Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University... Read more about Cornell Fluids Seminar: "Physics‐based, Data‐driven Modeling of Air Quality Impact from Stationary and Mobile Sources at 1‐Meter Resolution"
The Sibley School's Silvia Ferrari is equipping autonomous robots with an intelligence to go where man or woman may not be able to go—dangerous environments, complex situations under water or in the... Read more about Equipping robots to go where humans cannot