Carnegie Mellon Engineering


  • ECE Faculty Partner with New Research Center Focusing on Cybersecurity of Nation’s Power Grid. Read More
  • Six ECE Faculty Receive Google Research Awards. Read More
  • Unorthodox Approach to Drug Delivery Research Lands Carnegie Mellon Professor on Popular Science's 2015 Brilliant 10 List. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon, City of Pittsburgh Help Create New Network to Address Challenges Facing Nation's Urban Infrastructure and Services. Read More
  • Majidi, Park Receive Samsung Grant for Soft Robotics. Read More
  • Bosch Group, CMU Announce $3.5M in Total Gifts for Tepper Quadrangle, New Facility Research Chair. Read More

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  • Holm Receives UMich MSE Distinguished Alum Lecture Award

    MSE's Elizabeth Holm was chosen to receive the inaugural University of Michigan MSE Distinguished Alum Lecture award. This new award recognizes alumni who have made seminal contributions to materials research, as evident by published scholarship, patents/technology transfer, mentoring of early career materials researchers and service to the materials profession.  Read More
  • Northrop Grumman and CyLab Partner on DHS Research

    Northrop Grumman was awarded a contract from the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate to help develop new biometric solutions to the problems of mobile security. This project leverages research done in conjunction with CyLab, which is acting as the corporation's Cybersecurity Research Consortium partner on threat behavior modeling.  Read More
  • Kitchin Published in Energy & Fuels

    ChemE's John Kitchin was recently published in Energy & Fuels. His paper reports qualitative results toward the development of an active redox membrane for CO2 separation from flue gas.  Read More
  • Sahinidis Published in Computers & Chemical Engineering

    ChemE's Nicholas Sahinidis was recently published in the journal Computers & Chemical Engineering. His paper proposes a combination of robust optimization and stochastic programming formulations to address the problem of uncertainty in turnaround planning.  Read More

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