Carnegie Mellon Engineering




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  • Li named 2017 IEEE Fellow. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering announces AAAS 2016 Fellows. Read More
  • CMU wins 2016 National Cyber Analyst Challenge. Read More
  • American Chemical Society honors Donahue. Read More
  • ECE and biological sciences researchers develop network to study bacterial communication. Read More
  • International leaders convene at inaugural Carnegie Colloquium to discuss cyber issues. Read More

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Innovation & Excellence

Excellence in the College of Engineering

The College of Engineering ranks among the leaders in the world for engineering research and education. Learn more about the college's accolades in our about the college and Engineering Rankings pages.

Expanding Collaborations, Empowering People, Elevating Impact is the College of Engineering's strategic plan, which will ensure continued excellence at the college.  

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The College of Engineering fosters an environment for innovation and entrepreneurial spirit. Learn about the college's efforts in innovation and entrepreneurship


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Mentions

  • Dzombak delivers Bhagat Lecture at WSU

    On November 14, CEE Head David Dzombak presented the Bhagat Lecture at Washington State University (Pullman Campus). He spoke about civil engineering and how it must adapt infrastructure for climate change. 
  • Hills' Book Examines the History of Telecommunications in Alaska

    The Alaskan newspaper Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman discussed the release of EPP/ECE's Alex Hills' third book, Finding Alaska's Villages And Connecting Them, which examines the history of telecommunications in Alaska. The book describes Hills' adventures traveling Alaska to bring telephone service to small villages across the big state and later developing a new public radio station to serve the people of Alaska's huge northwest region.  Read More
  • Rubin quoted in Live Science on Trump's view of the coal industry

    MechE/EPP's Edward Rubin was quoted in Live Science on Donald Trump’s attitude toward the coal industry. During the second presidential debate, Trump stated that the coal industry would last for 1,000 years in the U.S., and the Republican party referred to the resource as “an abundant, clean, affordable [and] reliable domestic energy resource.” But according to experts like Rubin, coal is neither clean nor incredibly abundant in the United States.  Read More

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