Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.16, No.2 (Autumn 1981): Macro Pictures with Micro Detail

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IN THIS ISSUE: An Overview: Cornell's $22.5-Million Program in Engineering Research /2 (With increased funding, more industrial input, and a strong interdisciplinary component, the research side of the College program is flourishing.) ... Design Skills: The Professional Emphasis in Cornell Engineering /10 (Cornell's versatile Master of Engineering program helps bridge the gap between classroom and workplace.) ... Vantage /18 (Two new facilities are dedicated at the College: a LION machine for research in controlled nuclear fusion and the Knight Laboratory for submicrometer research.) ... Commentary: Issues in Semiconductor Electronics /26 (Leaders in government, industry, and education participate in on-campus symposia held in conjunction with the dedication of the Knight Laboratory.) ... Register /33 (New members take their places on the Engineering College Council and the faculty.) ... Faculty Publications /39 ... Letters /48
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1981
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Engineering; Cornell University; Engineering Research; Design Skills; LION; nuclear fusion; Semiconductor Electronics
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