Here’s my mailing address:
411A Gates Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-7501
Here are some answers to common questions.
If you’re presenting a paper in a reading group, I’d love to hear a summary of the discussion!
Yay! Please check out my research group’s instructions for prospective undergraduate researchers. We really enjoy collaborating with talented Cornell undergrads.
I’d be happy to! Please pick a time. Please send any forms along before you schedule the meeting.
Before you do, though, I should warn you that if your question is about course requirements, graduation logistics, and the like, I’m not the best person to ask—our undergraduate advisors are the true experts. For example, that office signs part 2 of the A&S application to graduate (this policy supersedes the college’s advice that your faculty advisor should sign it). You can reach them in Rhodes 516/518 or at email@example.com.
Please see the CS department’s guidance and FAQs about course enrollment. I do not control waitlists, nor do I have the ability to distribute PINs—for that, please contact the email alias on that page.
Fantastic! I’m thrilled that you’re interested in the same kinds of hardware–software abstraction problems that I am. Cornell is a great place to do a Ph.D. in computer science.
We have a department-wide collective admissions process, which means that I can’t say anything useful about your chances for acceptance. Our programs are very competitive, however, so be sure to apply to multiple schools.
I can’t consider internship applications from non-Cornell students right now. (That includes “self-funded” applicants.) I hope you find a great internship with another group!
I’m glad you’re interested in the article! But copies of blog posts on sites I don’t control make it impossible for me to correct mistakes or add updates in the future. Please don’t “repost” anything.