Cornell Engineering has announced the formation of the Ephrahim Garcia Engineering Society in honor of Ephrahim Garcia, professor (MAE), who passed away last year.
Different materials being tested by MAE's Prof. Shepherd and his team.
2015 US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium held Sept. 9-11th in Ivine, California.
By compiling meteorological wind data, Cornell scientists have assembled the first full observational wind atlas of the Great Lakes in hopes of developing wind energy in the region.
has been awarded to Professor Rebecca Barthelmie
Dmitry Savransky is passionate about his role in finding 51 Eridani b, an extrasolar planet – planets found outside of our own solar system – about 100 light-years away.
A quarter of all undergraduate engineering students participate on a growing number of project teams -- 23 in 2014-15. Project team alumni say the real-life design, teamwork and hands-on experience they gained is instrumental in their professional work. And current project team students, staff and faculty say alumni engagement -- from advice to a vibrant network to financial support -- is essential to successful teams.