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Mentions

  • Blanton Appointed Associate Director of SYSU-CMU JIE

    ECE Professor Shawn Blanton has been appointed Associate Director of the SYSU-CMU Joint Institute of Engineering (JIE), an international partnership between Carnegie Mellon and Sun Yat-sen University, located in Guangzhou, China. As Associate Director, Blanton will strengthen the JIE program through faculty recruiting and mentoring, as well as student admission. 
  • Feinberg Receives 2015 NSF CAREER Award

    BME/MSE Professor Adam Feinberg received the 2015 NSF Faculty Career Development (CAREER) Program award. The grant is entitled, "CAREER: 3D Printing of Heart Muscle Using Soft Hydrogels," and was granted to support research and education into 3D Bioprinting. It will be conducted over the next five years.

     
  • Mai Quoted in Motherboard on the USB Killer

    ECE Professor Ken Mai was quoted in an article on Motherboard about the potential danger of the "USB Killer," a USB thumb drive that can supposedly fry your computer from the inside. "Plugging unknown hardware into your PC is just a really bad idea," Mai is quoted as saying. "It's equivalent to finding a sandwich in the street and eating it."  Read More

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