Intel Corporation has committed to a donation of roughly 300 computer chips worth in the neighborhood of one million dollars, split between Cornell’s Institute for Computational Science and Engineering and the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The first shipment of 60 chips arrived in September and most have already been made into working systems. These machines are working on a variety of engineering projects ranging from the design of new perovskite solar cells to the fluid dynamics governing electrospun materials for energy storage devices.
Intel donates ~300 chips to Cornell’s College of Engineering.
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