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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.19, No.4 (Winter 1984-85): The Centennial of Electrical Engineering|
|Authors: ||Linke, Simpson|
Ballantyne, Joseph M.
Nation, John A.
|Issue Date: ||1984|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: Celebrating a Centennial: Cornell Engineers to Convene at Symposia in Six Cities /2 (The centenary of electrical engineering at Cornell is observed this spring.) ...
The Electric Connection: A Century of Electrical Engineering at Cornell /4 (Professor Simpson Linke, who has been on the scene since 1946, contributes a history of the program.) ... People, Programs, Progress: The Outlook for Electrical Engineering at Cornell /24 (Former Director Joseph M. Ballantyne and Director John A. Nation assess the strengths of the School and consider its challenges.) ...
A Look into the Future: Predictions of Things to Come by Electrical Engineering Faculty Seers /32 (Cornell professors who are specialists in various areas of electrical engineering forecast developments that are likely to take place during the next few decades.) ... Past Perfect: A Collection of E.E. Cornelliana /45 (Reminiscences of faculty members and alumni give an extra dimension to the story of electrical engineering at Cornell.) ... Register /52 ... Faculty Publications /58|
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