Engineered to Matter
Research, innovation & education for a digital world.
(Almost) Everyone Likes a Helpful Trash Robot
Exploration on a theme
Research for the Digital Age
Inside the Studio
ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT JILLIAN SUEChallenging courses and support from esteemed faculty galvanized my ambition to solve problems in the health tech industry.
Jacobs Technion-Cornell Dual Master of Science Degrees with a Concentration in Health Tech
A CAMPUS WITHOUT PRECEDENT
The Cornell Tech campus is a place for discovery, alive with debate, both intellectually and physically. The sustainable campus architecture isn’t just a backdrop for what is going on inside the buildings. It is a model for innovation that inspires and keeps the campus’ high aspirations on track.
The campus was purpose-built for the digital age to encourage innovation and promote creative collisions.
The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg Center is the academic hub of the campus bringing students and faculty together to collaborate across disciplines.
The House at Cornell Tech is the world’s first residential high-rise built to Passive House standards, a rigorous set of sustainability measures projected to save of 882 tons of CO2 per year.
The Tata Innovation Center is a corporate co-location building that houses a mix of cutting-edge companies working alongside groundbreaking Cornell academic teams.
The Graduate Roosevelt Island Hotel and Verizon Executive Education Center accelerate Cornell Tech’s role as a magnet for innovation by providing a venue for academic conferences, executive programs, academic workshops, and lodging.
BUILT TO MAKE A 21ST CENTURY IMPACT.
Built at Cornell Tech
Cornell Tech is a diverse environment of academics and practitioners who excel at imagining, researching and building digitally-enabled products and services to directly address societal and commercial needs. Take a look at companies, projects, and technologies built by members of Cornell Tech and the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute.