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Title: Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.11, No.2 (Summer 1976): A Century of Electrical Engineering
Authors: Smith, Howard G.
Dalman,G. Conrad
Tang, C. L.
Keywords: Engineering
Cornell University
History of Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Optics and Optoelectronics
Issue Date: 1976
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: IN THIS ISSUE: When the Sparks Began to Fly: A Century of Electrical Engineering at Cornell /2 (In the spirit of centenary (if not bicentennial) celebration, the College of Engineering focuses on Cornell's part in the growth of electrical engineering from its beginnings to the huge, complex, and immensely important technology it is today. Donald F. Berth, director of special projects, and Howard G. Smith, professor of electrical engineering, emeritus, collaborated on the research and writing for this historical survey.) ... Electrical Engineering at Cornell Today /25 (Where the history has led is assessed by G. Conrad Dalman, director of the School of Electrical Engineering, in a survey of the scope and significance of the educational and research functions of the College's largest unit.) ... Communication with Lightwaves: The Potential of Optics and Optoelectronics in Electrical Engineering Technology /35 (An example of current Cornell electrical engineering research is provided by Professor C. L. Tang, who explains why he believes optics technology is at the threshold of a revolutionary development.) ... Register /40 ... Faculty Publications /45 ... ENGINEERING: Cornell Quarterly--The First Ten Years of the College Magazine /49 (An anniversary is noted with publication of an index of Volumes 1 through 10.)
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