The Vice President for Research and Innovation, Emmanuel Giannelis, has formed an Infrastructure Committee that will develop a 5-10 year strategic plan to address the current and future issues related to research infrastructure.
The Committee has defined 5 broad, and purposefully overlapping areas for technology and innovation, cutting across all areas of scientific research at Cornell. Please note that these classifications relate only to broad technology areas and DO NOT define research directions or priorities for the University. They are intended only to assist us organizationally as we analyze survey responses and structure our report.
- Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science
- Life Sciences
- Next Generation Materials and Structures
- Matter, Energy, Space and Time
- Global Health, Climate, and Sustainability
As a first step, we are soliciting input from the broader research community to define areas for improvement. Get more information and submit your feedback on the Scientific Research Infrastructure Committee Survey page.