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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.

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  • President Subra Suresh published in Science Magazine

    CMU President Subra Suresh co-authored an editorial in Science Magazine with Amgen Chairman and CEO Robert A. Bradway. Within the article, Suresh and Bradway highlight the importance of long-term basic research, and they urge the government to offer scientists more support to revitalize the science ecosystem.  Read More
  • Blanton featured in Diversity in Action

    ECE's Shawn Blanton was recently interviewed by Diversity in Action for his work at Carnegie Mellon in teaching, research, and recruitment of students from underrepresented minorities. Blanton travels around the country with another faculty member and Ph.D. students of color to recruit students for Carnegie Mellon’s Ph.D. programs and summer research internships in engineering.  Read More
  • Moon and Sekar win NSA’s Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition

    ECE's Soo-Jin Moon and Vyas Sekar won NSA’s Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition. They propose a new system to mitigate attacks between virtual machines (VMs) on cloud servers and suggest that scientists should periodically move client VMs to other cloud servers so that malicious clients cannot steal important information. Moon and Sekar will present their work at the NSA on November 2.  Read More
  • Dahl presents keynote at the Biofrontier Symposium

    ChemE/BME's Kris Dahl gave the keynote address at the Biofrontier Symposium held at Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan on October 22. The event was sponsored by the Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

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