W.E. Cornell Alumni

2018-19 W.E. Cornell Cohort

 

Yuying Zhang

Yuying Zhang

Doctoral student Yuying Zhang: a fashionable spinal cord protector for competitive horseback riding

Keeley McNeill

Keeley McNeill

Doctoral student Keeley McNeill: technology to maximize crop yield while minimizing contamination from fertilizers

Brianna Nicole Tate

Brianna Nicole Tate

Doctoral student Brianna Nicole Tate: a mentorship program to support underrepresented populations in STEM fields

Marie Kruth

Marie Kruth

Marie Kruth, M. Eng. ’19: biomedical sciences innovations that serve peoples needs

Xu Liu

Xu Liu

Xu Liu, M.S. ’20: a flow of battery system for soft robots

Kathleen Hefferon

Kathleen Hefferon

Doctoral student Kathleen Hefferon: technology to convert plant biomass into biofuel by producing celluloses in large quantities at low costs

Crystal Zhao

Crystal Zhao

Crystal Zhao ’20: integrate human health and technology to help people better track their nutrition and dietary needs

Chinasa Okolo

Chinasa Okolo

Doctoral student Chinasa Okolo: machine learning algorithms to increase water conservation and better automate sprinklers for lawns, fields and farms

Delia Hughes

Delia Hughes

Delia Hughes, MBA ’20: candy containing healthy ingredients and only five grams of sugar

Sheren Winarto

Sheren Winarto

Sheren Winarto, MPS ’19: a nonalcoholic fermented rice beverage rich in bioactive peptides and B vitamins

Naviya Kothari

Naviya Kothari

Naviya Kothari ’20: artificial software and machine learning to create software to identify biases against women in STEM

Drishti Masand

Drishti Masand

Drishti Masaand, M. Eng. ’19: technology to help drivers asses their sobriety and alertness

Di Ni

Di Ni

Doctoral student Di Ni: a small, portable high-voltage energy supply

Vini Tripathii

Vini Tripathii

Vini Tripathii ’20: using artificial intelligence to create cost effective prosthetics

Maya Mundell

Maya Mundell

Doctoral student Maya Mundell: a eLearning platform to coach students on how to maximize their scholarship and financial aid offers and match them to higher education funding opportunities.

Shanee Lu

Shanee Lu

Shanee Lu ’20: a synchronous metronome to help amateur musicians and dancers develop an inherent sense of rhythm

Alison Valbuena

Alison Valbuena

Alison Valbuena ’20: an educational smartphone app to increase the amount of food packaging that is recycled

Yashi Sandhvi

Yashi Sandhvi

Yashi Sanghvi ’20: a wearable patch that fully absorbs sweat

Oksana Mezina

Oksana Mezina

Doctoral student Oksana Mezina: new methods for delivering fresh dairy products

Sharon Dang

Sharon Dang

Sharon Dang ’20: an app supporting people with mental illness

Alyssa Holman

Alyssa Holman, M.End. ’19: a treatment to repair and generate human hearts using biomaterials and cardiac cells

Wanlin Li

Wanlin Li, M. Eng. ’19 a mentorship app and web-based platform to help international students adjust to life in the U.S.