Cornell Systems Engineering

Cornell Systems Engineering Providing Masters and PhD programs in multidisciplinary systems engineering. We empower students in solutions to solve a variety of societal design and ope

Cornell Systems Engineering provides Master's and PhD programs in multidisciplinary systems engineering. We empower students in solutions to solve a variety of societal design and operational issues in today's complex world. Our programs were born out of a demand, voiced directly from corporate leaders, for engineers who could rise above disciplinary boundaries and take leadership from a systems perspective. We have aligned five of the world’s most renowned engineering departments to create an interdisciplinary program with unprecedented depth and strength. This remarkable combination is at the core of our interdisciplinary approach. Whether you are a recent engineering graduate or a working professional, you will find we have educational offerings geared to this point in your career: the point at which you start to take a systems view.

Mission: To educate students with the skills necessary to pursue a career and thrive in the ever-changing landscape of modern systems engineering solutions.

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Congrats to Patrick Reed, a Systems Engineering Field Faculty Member who was recently awarded a grant that will focus on...
02/05/2021
Reed awarded $1.4M grant to advance human-natural system modeling | Cornell Chronicle

Congrats to Patrick Reed, a Systems Engineering Field Faculty Member who was recently awarded a grant that will focus on techniques for better projecting the outcomes of human interactions with the natural world.

A Cornell engineer is advancing the field of ‘multi-sector dynamics’ with a new $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy that will focus on techniques for better projecting the outcomes of human interactions with the natural world.

02/04/2021
Earth Source Heat: Cornell’s Innovative Transformation of Energy Systems - CornellCast

Take a look at this video. It explains the Earth Source Heat – a version of an enhanced geothermal system that would use earth’s internal heat to warm our entire Ithaca campus.

Earth Source Heat – our version of an enhanced geothermal system that would use earth’s internal heat to warm our campus – has been part of Cornell’s Climate Action Plan since 2009 as a potential means of moving toward carbon neutrality the Ithaca campus by eliminating fossil fuels for campu...

With this week's Ithaca snow accumulations ranging anywhere from 9" to 15" (and it's still snowing)- the Ithaca Snow Ang...
02/03/2021
Student-developed app connects shovels to snow | Cornell Chronicle

With this week's Ithaca snow accumulations ranging anywhere from 9" to 15" (and it's still snowing)- the Ithaca Snow Angels web app is the perfect snow removal solution for our community.

Snow Angels, a web app developed in part by Cornell computer science students that allows people to volunteer their snow-shoveling services on street corners around Ithaca, launched on Jan. 28.

It's on the NFL Network tonight at 8pm ET. Don't miss Organic Robotics Corporation compete in the sixth annual NFL 1st &...
02/02/2021
Cornell startup looks to score in NFL innovation competition | Cornell Chronicle

It's on the NFL Network tonight at 8pm ET. Don't miss Organic Robotics Corporation compete in the sixth annual NFL 1st & Future competition.

Organic Robotics Corporation, a Cornell startup founded in 2018, will compete in the sixth annual NFL 1st & Future competition, to be televised Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. EST on the NFL Network.

Welcome back...for the Spring semester!
02/01/2021

Welcome back...for the Spring semester!

We’re snow happy to see you, Cornellians! 👋❄️

As we head into spring semester, thank you for doing your part to ensure a successful start. Together, we can keep our friends, peers and communities healthy.

🧣Stay warm out there.

Adjustments will be made in the Spring semester in response to things learned from the Fall.  Take a look!
01/29/2021
Spring tweaks to COVID-19 plan are based on fall’s lessons | Cornell Chronicle

Adjustments will be made in the Spring semester in response to things learned from the Fall. Take a look!

One unsung aspect of Cornell’s success in managing the spread of COVID-19 on campus has been a commitment to analyze and learn, to pivot and adapt. As a result, the university will implement tweaks to its COVID-19 response plan this Spring semester.

The 2021 Day of Data is being held virtually -  today, Jan 27th and tomorrow, Jan 28th. Check out the Registration Link ...
01/27/2021
Day of Data 2021 Schedule and Information | Research Data Management Service Group

The 2021 Day of Data is being held virtually - today, Jan 27th and tomorrow, Jan 28th. Check out the Registration Link and Agenda here. There's still time!

Code of Conduct Commitment to Accessibility  The 2020 2021 Cornell Day of Data will be held over two days: Wednesday and Thursday, January 27-28. The event will be 100% virtual this year, but our hope is to still provide an environment that brings people together to share and learn effective techni...

A BIG Congratulations shout out to Professor Stedinger!!
01/26/2021

A BIG Congratulations shout out to Professor Stedinger!!

Happy January 25th!
01/25/2021

Happy January 25th!

A big thank you to Todd Levine, Executive Producer - Disney Imagineering for giving a talk to the SYSEN 5940 virtual cla...
01/22/2021

A big thank you to Todd Levine, Executive Producer - Disney Imagineering for giving a talk to the SYSEN 5940 virtual class yesterday. What a treat for our DL students!

You have to check out this online seminar series!!
01/21/2021

You have to check out this online seminar series!!

This new seminar series is focused on the foundations and applications of Game Theory, Decision Theory and Network Theory. This week's speaker is Constantinos Daskalakis from @MIT and his topic is "Equilibrium Computation and the Foundations of Deep Learning." Friday, January 22 at noon.

https://sites.google.com/view/gamesdecisionsnetworks

Systems Engineering is fortunate to have industry partners including, Autodesk to help bring our students ideas to life ...
01/20/2021
Powerful design software brings student ideas to life | Cornell Chronicle

Systems Engineering is fortunate to have industry partners including, Autodesk to help bring our students ideas to life in our Cornell Cup project team.

With just a push of a button, faculty and students can create dozens of design variations for anything they want to build. It's all thanks to Cornell's partnership with engineering-software company Autodesk, which is helping students win competitions and improve their research.

The 2nd distance learning, on-campus module, SYSEN 5940 was rescheduled from summer 2020 to THIS WEEK!! This virtual cla...
01/19/2021

The 2nd distance learning, on-campus module, SYSEN 5940 was rescheduled from summer 2020 to THIS WEEK!! This virtual class looks quite a bit different from the week-long courses we've had in the past but there are some things that still remain the same.

President Pollack shares with us her reflections on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
01/18/2021
President Pollack reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

President Pollack shares with us her reflections on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Cornell University contains seven undergraduate colleges plus the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Law School, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City and Doha, Qatar, and the 93 fields of study in the Graduate School.

You, as a systems engineer, has learned to examine big processes as if under a microscope. Discovering the optimal solut...
01/15/2021
Collaborating for Sustainability

You, as a systems engineer, has learned to examine big processes as if under a microscope. Discovering the optimal solution to a complex problem is exactly the kind of challenge that motivates him. The potential benefits to society and our planet are huge.

Fengqi You brings the power of artificial intelligence to a wide range of environmentally minded collaborations.

Don't miss the 2021 Annual INCOSE International Workshop - Virtual Event on January 29-31.
01/14/2021
IW2021 when / where

Don't miss the 2021 Annual INCOSE International Workshop - Virtual Event on January 29-31.

INCOSE International Workshop 2021 - When and Where

Tony Ingraffea, Systems Engineering Field Faculty Member will serve as a panelist for Cornell’s proposal to tap the Eart...
01/12/2021
Forum to provide update on Earth Source Heat project | Cornell Chronicle

Tony Ingraffea, Systems Engineering Field Faculty Member will serve as a panelist for Cornell’s proposal to tap the Earth’s thermal energy to heat the Ithaca campus virtual community forum on Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. Event registration is required.

Cornell’s proposal to tap the Earth’s thermal energy to heat the Ithaca campus will be the focus of a virtual community forum, Jan. 19 at 6 p.m.

Microsoft is looking for the next big idea in Azure cloud computing. Cornell’s Center for Data Science for Enterprise an...
01/11/2021
Microsoft Azure Credits – Center for Data Science for Enterprise and Society

Microsoft is looking for the next big idea in Azure cloud computing. Cornell’s Center for Data Science for Enterprise and Society has received $150K in Microsoft Azure Credits and is announcing a Call for Proposals which are due by Friday, January 15. Get the details.

Call for Proposals for Microsoft Azure Credits Application Deadline: January 15, 2021 at 5 p.m. Submit Application Thanks to a gift from Microsoft Corporation, Cornell’s Center for Data Science for Enterprise and Society is pleased to announce a call for proposals for Azure cloud computing grants....

01/08/2021
Now this one is worth a read!
01/07/2021
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Now this one is worth a read!

Linda Zall, Ph.D. ‘76, played a key role in American science that led to decades of major advances.

For over 30 years, Zall worked inside the C.I.A., exploring how surveillance observations could also serve to strengthen assessments of Earth’s changing environment.

Two of our Systems Engineering Field Faculty members were among the 20 awarded grants last Fall by the Cornell Center fo...
01/06/2021
Center’s grants seed diverse research in the social sciences | Cornell Chronicle

Two of our Systems Engineering Field Faculty members were among the 20 awarded grants last Fall by the Cornell Center for Social Sciences.

Grants awarded recently by the Cornell Center for Social Sciences seeded research projects on topics ranging from COVID-19 and policing to clean energy and product design, led by scholars from across the university.

Even though we're all isolated, it doesn't mean that you have to be lonely.  Check out the new app called Amigo that con...
01/04/2021
New App Connects Cornellians and Fosters Friendships

Even though we're all isolated, it doesn't mean that you have to be lonely. Check out the new app called Amigo that connects Cornelians with social activities and beyond.

With social interaction stalled, an app to connect classmates, “Amigo,” launched on campus in early December to connect students.

In a year full of change and unexpected challenges, Cornellians persevered. #GoBigRed #cornellsystems
12/23/2020
2020 in review: COVID-19 was the story | Cornell Chronicle

In a year full of change and unexpected challenges, Cornellians persevered. #GoBigRed #cornellsystems

More than 300 stories or university statements that mentioned COVID-19 were posted on the Cornell Chronicle website in 2020; it was, without question, the story of the year. We look back at the past 12 months.

Congratulations to our December 2020 Graduates! #GoBigRed #cornellsystems
12/21/2020
Celebrating December grads after ‘a semester like no other’ | Cornell Chronicle

Congratulations to our December 2020 Graduates! #GoBigRed #cornellsystems

On Dec. 19, nearly 1,500 Cornell students celebrated their winter graduation in a virtual recognition ceremony viewed around the world – the first such event at Cornell, and a fitting end to what President Martha E. Pollack called “a semester like no other at Cornell.”

Best of luck on your Fall 2020 Finals!!
12/18/2020

Best of luck on your Fall 2020 Finals!!

Let's hear it straight from the scientist, Bill Nye!
12/17/2020
Cornell Engineering M.Eng.

Let's hear it straight from the scientist, Bill Nye!

Cornell Engineer Bill Nye '77, who was a panelist at the the 2020 State of New York Sustainability Conference, updates his message about the effectiveness of masks in combating the spread of coronavirus.

12/16/2020
Transportation systems are an essential part of everyday life. This is one of the reasons why many of our faculty and st...
12/14/2020
Transportation Systems Engineering | Cornell Engineering

Transportation systems are an essential part of everyday life. This is one of the reasons why many of our faculty and students are dedicated to research in this area.

A transportation system includes vehicles, network infrastructure and information technology, used both for monitoring and control and to provide information to users of the system.

Don't miss today's Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar!  Aoife Foley (Queens University Belfast) will talk about "From ...
12/11/2020
Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Aoife Foley (Queens University Belfast) - From the Brundtland to COP21, smog, Climate Change, and social media – the endless challenges for a Professional Engineer

Don't miss today's Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar! Aoife Foley (Queens University Belfast) will talk about "From the Brundtland to COP21, smog, Climate Change, and social media – the endless challenges for a Professional Engineer"

At COP 21 urgent finance, technology, and capacity-building were called for to support a low-carbon renewable energy technology deployment to respond effectively to climate change. Since then new buzzwords, experts in social media, and acronyms have entered the daily vernacular. Examples include ‘...

Just in case you're on the hunt for the perfect gift this holiday season. Check out all the Cornell Engineering gear!
12/10/2020

Just in case you're on the hunt for the perfect gift this holiday season. Check out all the Cornell Engineering gear!

If you are looking for some Cornell Engineering gear, here is a convenient, socially-distanced way to get it---open all the time! 24/7/366

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