Dean and professor Jennifer Widom
Jennifer Widom's Instructional Odyssey

Begun in 2016, she continues to teach free data science courses


Katie Neilson (EE PhD candidate). Image credit: Cornell
Katie Neilson wins Best Lightning Talk

For her presentation "Improving and Understanding 2D Material-Based P-Type Transistors.”


Asir I. Khan, EE PhD Candidate
Asir I. Khan received the 2023 Russell & Sigurd Varian Award

His citation reads, "for novel materials for low-power memory and energy-efficient nanoelectronics.”


prof Shanhui Fan
New paint gives extra insulation, saving on energy, costs, and carbon emissions

Researchers show that their newly invented paints, which they produced in a wide array of colors, can reduce the need for both heating and air conditioning in buildings and other spaces, like trains and trucks for refrigerated cargo.


prof James Zou
James Zou discusses implications of the ability of AI to predict the race or ethnicity of patients, based solely on medical images

How AI Inferences of Race in Medical Images Can Improve—or Worsen—Health Care Disparities.


prof Dan Congreve
Congreve Lab boosts brightness and efficiency of peLEDs

A molecular additive enhances next-gen LEDs – but shortens their lifespans.


From left, Stanford University researchers Ram Rajagopal, Thomas Navidi and Abbas El Gamal. Photo Credit: Abbas El Gamal
Abbas El Gamal, Ram Rajagopal, and Thomas Navidi uncover significant grid reliability with a software-only approach

Coordination could spare billions in grid upgrade costs and accelerate electrification


prof David Tse
David Tse awarded the IEEE Leon K. Kirchmayer Graduate Teaching Award

His citation reads, "for inspirational mentoring and contributions to graduate teaching in wireless communication, power systems, computational biology, and blockchains."


2023 graduates
2023 Commencement Ceremony and Awards

Congratulations Class of 2023!