The Cornell Cup Robotics project team has been a part of the Cornell Engineering community since 2010. Over the course of this time, the team has successfully fulfilled an educational need for a practical learning experience for students with robotics, embedded systems, and the Internet of Things.
Cornell Cup Robotics has received significant recognition over the past several years. These events include being highlighted by the White House Fact Sheet of Making in both 2015 and 2016, being featured at events such as the Intel Embedded Research and Education Summit in 2014, the National Maker Faire, at Walt Disney World, and the NASA Kennedy Space Center. Check out our blog for up-to-date news!
With a strong focus on education, Dr. Schenider's projects have included the creation of the Intel-Cornell Cup, Innovative Embedded Design National Competition; leading Cornell University Sustainable Design (CUSD); and researching the broader impacts video game creation for the NSF Expeditions in Computing Grant on Computational Sustainability.