Carnegie Mellon Engineering




News

  • Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering Marks the 30th Birthday of Self-driving Car Technology. Read More
  • Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Marks 30th Birthday of Self-driving Car Technology. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon Becomes Affiliate of Joint Center for Energy Storage Research. Read More
  • Chris T. Hendrickson Elected to National Academy of Construction. Read More
  • Big Factories Won't Solve High Cost of Electric Vehicles, Carnegie Mellon Researchers Say. 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

  • Shafrir Hopes to Send Rover to the Moon

    MSE master's student Daniel Shafrir and his team are working to win a $30 million prize from Google to support a project to send a rover to the moon—a rover that we back on earth can control using Oculus Rift Technology, an article in TechCrunch explains.  Read More
  • Narasimhan Participates in Ivy SportsSymposium Panel

    ECE/CS Professor Priya Narasimhan was on the "Entreprenership: Intersection of Tech and Sport" panel at the Princeton Ivy SportsSymposium.  Read More
  • Michalek Quoted on Cheaper Batteries for Electric Vehicles

    MechE/EPP professor Jeremy Michalek is quoted in an article in The Engineer on the necessity of cutting the costs of battery manufacturing for electric vehicles in order to make the large-scale proliferation of electric vehicles on today's roads a possibility.  Read More
  • Rajkumar Quoted in Washington Post on Self-Driving Cars

    ECE Professor Raj Rajkumar, co-director of the Carnegie Mellon self-driving car project, is quoted in an article in the Washington Post, saying self-driving cars would not need to include as much reinforced steel as traditional cars for safety reasons, making them lighter and less dangerous.  Read More

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