Electrical Engineering

Jean Chung

Adjunct Professor

Toby J. Cumberbatch

Professor of Electrical Engineering
(212) 353-4332 |

Sean Cusack

Adjunct Professor

Fred L. Fontaine

Jesse Sherman Professor of Electrical Engineering, Chair of Electrical Engineering, Director of the Retraining Program for Immigrant Engineers
212.353.4335 |

Jeff Hakner

Assistant Director of Telecommunications & Adjunct Professor
212-353-4353 |

Jared Harwayne-Gidansky

Adjunct Professor

Lawrence S. Hausman

Adjunct Professor

Timothy R. Hoerning

Adjunct Professor

Neil Jackman

Adjunct Professor

Sam Keene

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
212.353.4331 |

Stuart Kirtman

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
212.353.4339 |

Ralph L. Knapp

Professor Emeritus

Ian J. Kremenic

Adjunct Professor

Liz Leon

Administrative Associate: Chemistry, Chemical & Electrical Engineering Departments
212-353-4370 |

Robert Marano

Adjunct Professor

Aladino Melendez

EE Supervisor, EE Technician
212-353-4346 |

Yashodhan C. Risbud

Adjunct Professor
212.353.4307 |

Carl Sable

Associate Professor of Computer Engineering
212.353.4336 |

Stanley M. Shinners

Adjunct Professor

Neveen Shlayan

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
212.353.4333 |

Nina Tandon

Adjunct Professor

Steven Ungar

Adjunct Professor
212-353-4015 |

Yi Wang

Adjunct Professor

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