Carnegie Mellon Engineering


  • 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
  • News Brief: Information Networking Institute Student Receives Full Scholarship to Study Information Security. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon President Subra Suresh To Be Inducted into Institute of Medicine. Read More

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  • Sicker to Receive Pitt Alumni Achievement Award

    EPP department head Doug Sicker will receive the University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences Alumni Professional Achievement Award. These awards are designed to highlight the quality and diversity of Pitt School of Information Sciences alumni contributions to their professions and to society as a whole.  Read More
  • Malen Awarded ASME Young Investigator Award

    MechE Associate Professor Jonathan A. Malen has been awarded the Bergles-Rohsenow Young Investigator Award in Heat Transfer by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for his development of a new experimental approach to study how different phonons—vibrational waves that carry heat—contribute to thermal conductivity in solids. Malen will receive the award at the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition in November.  Read More
  • Tague and Team Win Cisco IoT Security Grand Challenge

    A team led by CMU-SV Professor Patrick Tague was one of four winners named at the Cisco Internet of Things (IoT) Security Grand Challenge, announced Oct. 15 at Cisco's IoT World Forum in Chicago. The challenge asked for proposals aimed at securing the interconnected "smart" devices that represent a growing segment of the tech economy.  Read More
  • Tarr Publishes Article in the Post-Gazette

    EPP Professor Joel Tarr recently had an article published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in which he recounted the history of pedestrian and automobile safety in the city.  Read More

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