Carnegie Mellon Engineering


  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon's Kathryn Whitehead Named A Pioneer on MIT Technology Review's Innovators Under 35 List. Read More
  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon-led Team Authors Guide for Managing, Implementing Variable Energy Resources. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon Sheds Light on "Brown" Carbon's Role in Warming the Planet. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon’s Erica Fuchs Discusses How Global Redistribution of Manufacturing is Changing Innovation. Read More
  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon's Jay Apt To Testify at EPA Hearing on Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule. Read More

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  • Ferreria and Han win Best Paper at IEEE Computing Conference

    EPP Assistant Professor Pedro Ferreria and doctoral student Qiwei Han won a best paper award at the highly selective IEEE International Conference on Social Computing. 
  • Fuchs on Advisory Editorial Board of Research Policy

    EPP Professor Erica Fuchs has been invited to be on the Advisory Editorial Board of Research Policy, which examines empirically and theoretically the interaction between innovation, technology or research, on the one hand, and economic, social, political and organizational processes, on the other. 
  • Majidi Receives NASA Early Career Faculty Space Tech Grant

    MechE Assistant Professor Carmel Majidi was one of seven to receive the NASA Early Career Faculty Space Tech Research Grant, worth up to $200,000 per year for a maximum of three years of research. Majidi's project, entitled "Multi-Purpose Artificial Muscle and Sensor Array for Untethered Soft Robots," will accelerate the application of soft machines to space robotics.  Read More

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