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Mentions

  • Lane's Research Recognized by Ford and NYT

    ECE Assistant Professor Ian Lane was asked to present his work at the formal opening of Ford's new Research and Innovation Lab in Silicon Valley. Professor Lane's research in speech recognition, natural language processing and machine learning has led him to help Ford implement speech processing within the car. His research has been featured in many publications, including the Bits blog of The New York TimesRead More
  • Karamalidis Awarded Berkman Faculty Development Grant

    CEE Assistant Research Professor Athanasios Karamalidis has been awarded the CMU Berkman Faculty Development Grant. Karamalidis' project focuses on developing an absorbent technology for separating critical materials from selected aqueous media.  Read More
  • Lohn and Brinster Mentioned in IEEE Spectrum

    ECE's Jason D. Lohn and Irina Brinster's antenna research for Google's Project Ara is mentioned in the current IEEE Spectrum issue. This new kind of smartphone technology will allow users to build and customize hardware for their existing smartphones.  Read More
  • Christin Quoted in Multiple Articles on The Silk Road

    ECE/CyLab associate research professor Nicolas Christin was quoted in articles from Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Vice on the ongoing legal investigation of Ross Ulbricht, alleged founder of the dark web black market website The Silk Road. 

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