Carnegie Mellon Engineering


  • Schneider receives NSF grant for rapid DNA analysis technology. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon's Andrzej J. Strojwas honored with 2016 Phil Kaufman Award. Read More
  • Argyle Data and Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley announce new research paper: Real-time anomaly detection in streaming cellular network data. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon professors receive more than $1 million in funding to stop dendrite formation in lithium-ion batteries. Read More
  • Datacenter-on-Chip: Researchers target a new paradigm for Big Data Computing. Read More
  • CMU's proportion of undergraduate women in computer science and engineering soars above national averages. Read More

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  • Wang receives National Institutes of Health R01 grant

    BME Head Yu-li Wang has been awarded a National Institutes of Health R01 grant to apply engineering approaches to understand how cell migration is affected by the input and output of mechanical signals under normal and diseased conditions. 
  • Holm’s machine learning system featured on TechXplore

    MSE's Elizabeth Holm was featured on TechXplore for creating a system that will help materials scientists better collect and use visual data. The system uses machine learning algorithms to automatically recognize and categorize microstructural images of materials.  Read More
  • Savvides featured in NOVA Next for iris-scanning tech

    ECE/CyLab's Marios Savvides was featured in NOVA Next for his work with iris-scanning technology. Our irises don’t change as we age, so Savvides believes the technology can help law enforcement identify victims of human trafficking, even if the victim had been abducted as a young child.   Read More
  • INI’s DEC featured in eCampus News

    INI’s Kurt Haverstock published an article about the Distributed Education Classroom (DEC) model in eCampus News. The INI houses two DECS that help students and faculty in Pittsburgh connect with their counterparts in locations around the world.  Read More

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