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Engineering celebrates Sesquicentennial Oct. 23-25

Engineering celebrates Sesquicentennial Oct. 23-25

October 14, 2015

Cornell Engineering celebrates its legacy of leadership and innovation weekend of sesquicentennial celebration events Oct. 23-24 with panels and festivities throughout the weekend. read more

Cornell engineers explore science through Star Wars

Cornell engineers explore science through Star Wars

September 10, 2015

David Schneider, Senior Lecturer (SE), is featured in this WHCU radio Tech Minute detailing how he's using a Star Wars-themed roller coaster simulator to teach students. read more

Cornell Systems students at National Maker Faire

Cornell Systems students at National Maker Faire

June 12, 2015

After an impressive showcase of their project at NASA Kennedy Space Center, the Cornell students of the Intel-Cornell Cup competition earned an invitation to exhibit their work at the National Maker... read more

Systems project teams highlighted during sesquicentennial celebration

Systems project teams highlighted during sesquicentennial celebration

May 8, 2015

As part of Cornell’s recent Sesquicentennial celebration, the University held a Student Innovators in Action, highlighting student project teams and their work. read more

Selva's book takes modern look at system architecture

Selva's book takes modern look at system architecture

May 6, 2015

A new book co-authored by Cornell systems engineer Daniel Selva offers a modern take on the science behind complex systems. read more

Anderson receives NSF CAREER award for renewable energy work

Anderson receives NSF CAREER award for renewable energy work

April 20, 2015

C. Lindsay Anderson, a Systems field member, has received the prestigious NSF CAREER Award. read more

Study: Global rainfall satellites require massive overhaul

Study: Global rainfall satellites require massive overhaul

February 12, 2015

A Cornell study warns that the existing system of space-based rainfall observation satellites requires a serious overhaul or many countries, particularly in the developing world, could face major... read more

Cornell Systems Engineering jumps seven spots; ranked No. 10 in U.S. News online grad program rankings

Cornell Systems Engineering jumps seven spots; ranked No. 10 in U.S. News online grad program rankings

January 9, 2015

Systems Engineering has moved up seven spots to No. 10 in the online graduate engineering program rankings from U.S. News and World Report. read more