30/04/19: Big congrats to Emilie Baker for passing her ME qualifying exam in Design; Danna Ma for passing her ECE qualifying exam in VLSI; and to both Danna Ma and Jonathan Jaramillo for passing their ECE qualifying exam in Probability! All graduate students are now well on their way to make an impact in precision agriculture and structural health monitoring, spanning techniques in robotics, computer vision, bio-inspired mechanisms, and soft sensing.

ELI Award

26/04/19: Big congratulations to Zoe Du for receiving the Cornell Engineering Learning Initiatives Award to continue her work on a broadly accessible platform for collective robotic construction over Summer!

New Museum, NYC

27/04/19: We have the honor of working with World-famous artist Rachel Rose in this years Seven on Seven presented by Rhizome and the New Museum in NYC on April 27th. This event is open to the public – please come and join the discussion as we mix art and tech.

Science on Tap

24/04/19: Join us for Science on Tap, Wednesday 7pm at North Star House’s Casita Del Polaris!

WHCU Radio

22/04/19: Tune in Monday, when Prof. Petersen gives a brief pitch on the WHCU radio about her upcoming Science on Tap talk!

RoboSoft 2019

15/04/19: If you find yourself in Seoul, please stop by our poster stand at RoboSoft 2019, where Asena Ulug, Logan Horowitz, Timothy Duggan, and Emilie Baker will present on an Inchworm-inspired, Untethered Soft Robot!

NSF Fellowship

09/04/2019: Huge congratulations to graduate student Steven Ceron for receiving the NSF fellowship to continue his work on programmable soft materials! Related image

Science Robotics Review on Collective Robotic Construction!

13/03/19: Check out our comprehensive review on state-of-the-art in collective robotic construction, which came out today in Science Robotics. Or check out their teaser video:

Diversity Preview Weekend!

2-3/03/19: Join Phoebe Koenig for the Poster Exhibition with the Plant Sciences, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Entomology departments at Cornell this upcoming weekend in the Corson-Mudd Atrium!

Robotics Minor @Cornell

25/01/19: Our hard work finally paid off: we now have an official Robotics Minor for our stellar undergraduates in ECE, MAE, and CS departments!

Find more info here.