Carnegie Mellon Engineering




News

  • Researchers engineer “thubber,” a stretchable rubber that packs a thermal conductive punch, for heated garments and robot muscles. Read More
  • EPP’s Wong-Parodi wants to help us talk about climate change. Read More
  • Noh receives NSF CAREER grant to study structure-as-sensor in elder care. Read More
  • Strojwas honored with 2016 Phil Kaufman Award. Read More
  • Terrorism research must be driven by evidence, not political agendas. Read More
  • Three engineering alumni named to Forbes 30 Under 30. Read More

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Mentions

  • Cranor elected to CHI Academy

    EPP/CyLab's Lorrie Cranor was elected to the CHI Academy, an honorary group of individuals who have made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. Individuals are elected to the CHI Academy based on cumulative contributions to the field, impact on the field through development of new research directions and/or innovations, influence on the work of others, and active participation in the ACM SIGCHI community. Cranor will be honored at CHI 2017 in Denver, Colorado.  Read More
  • CMU joins the NIIMBL

    CMU has joined the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL). Under NIIMBL, more than 150 companies, educational institutions, nonprofits, and state governments will work together to advance U.S. leadership in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. BME's Todd Przybycien serves as the CMU lead for NIIMBL.  Read More
  • Researchers prove how difficult it is to spot phishing scams

    Recently, scammers targeted Netflix customers, sending them fake email notifications that prompted them to update their membership by reentering their personal information. People might think they can detect a phishing scam when they see one, but CMU researchers proved just how complicated these scams can be. According to researcher Casey Canfield, “the only way to stay safe is to be a bit paranoid.”  Read More
  • Rugambwa interviewed by PC Tech Magazine

    CMU-Africa's Bob Rugambwa spoke about Rwanda's partnership with CMU in an interview with PC Tech Magazine. For the past 10 years, the ICT sector has spurred up to 40% of economic growth in East Africa. The ICT sector has the potential to spur an even greater percentage of economic growth, so the government of Rwanda partnered with CMU to provide students in the region with educational opportunities.  Read More

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