The systems engineering program at Cornell was fantastic for me because of the diversity in backgrounds, perspectives, and opportunities. As a younger student in the program with little professional experience, working with other students at different points in their career, students on-campus and on-line, and professors from multiple disciplines with backgrounds in industry and research gave me an interdisciplinary understanding of systems engineering as well as a broader base understanding of different fields.
The Systems Engineering program began in 1988 encouraged by strong industrial demand. It began the next year with a single, team taught, interdisciplinary course. Soon thereafter, the program offered...Read more about First group of Systems Ph.D. students pass Qualifying Exams
Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Rafiq Gani (Technical University of Denmark) - Time for a new class of methods and computer aided tools to address the challenges facing us?
The need for innovative and significantly better solutions than we currently can obtain has become critical and urgent because of the grand challenges of health, food, water, energy and environment...Read more about Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Rafiq Gani (Technical University of Denmark) - Time for a new class of methods and computer aided tools to address the challenges facing us?