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Cornell Electron Devices Society
Constitution and Bylaws
Ratified May 14, 2010
The group shall be known as the Cornell Electron Devices Society (EDS).
EDS is an independent graduate student group at Cornell, not affiliated with any national body.
The Cornell Electron Devices Society serves as a forum for Cornell graduate students and researchers working in electronic devices and related areas to gather for interaction. The areas of research include micro- and nano-scale devices, electronic materials, circuits, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and photonics, among others.
The primary purpose of the society is to meet every week to listen to one of the colleagues explain his or her research. This creates valuable opportunities for researchers to practice giving technical presentations and to generate new research collaborations. Additional guest speakers from inside or outside Cornell may be invited to speak on technical or non-technical topics of interest to the EDS community. Occasional social events may be organized through EDS but the primary purpose is to generate scholarly discussion of science and engineering.
Our Mission Statements:
1. To increase communication between Cornell researchers who are working in areas related to nano- and micro-scale devices in order to leverage the diverse background of research activity at Cornell
2. To provide a forum for graduate students to give technical presentations.
3. To increase networking among the graduate students and with the alumni
Membership is open to all Cornell graduate students, post-docs & researchers working in micro/nano devices and related areas. The group is primarily targeted to graduate students and post-docs within the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) but also overlaps with Applied and Engineering Physics (A&EP), Materials Science & Engineering (MS&E), Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE),
Cornell Electron Devices Society is a forum for Cornell Graduate students and researchers working in electronic devices and related areas to gather for interaction.
The areas of research include micro, nano-scale electronic devices, nanophotonics, quantum and ultra short pulse optics and micro electromechanical systems.
The society meets every week to listen to one of the colleagues explain his/her research and exchange ideas.