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  • Response: Incorrect representation of metals 3-D printing research in media. Read More
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  • College of Engineering undergrads impress at 21st annual Meeting of the Minds. Read More
  • Axis Communications collaborates with Carnegie Mellon University to engage faculty and graduate students with IP video and analytics. Read More
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Mentions

  • Kovačević featured in Nature on Ph.D. dissertation committees

    ECE Head Jelena Kovačević was recently featured in a Nature article on the importance of a Ph.D. dissertation committee. “If the committee is chosen wisely, these people can be pillars of support for years to come,” says Kovačević. The article outlines how a Ph.D. dissertation committee can impact students after graduation, resulting in students giving back to the university.  Read More
  • Dzombak quoted in Huffington Post on U.S. water infrastructure

    CEE Head David Dzombak has been quoted in an article in the Huffington Post on the high incidence water infrastructure of degradation in the U.S., leading to many Americans going days at a time without access to safe drinking water. “If we’re having to boil water,” Dzombak says, “there’s clearly a failure in the system.”  Read More
  • Rollett receives ASM International Edgar C. Bain Award

    MSE's Anthony Rollett has won the ASM International’s Edgar C. Bain Award. This award is presented each year to an outstanding member of ASM International, the world’s largest association of materials scientists and engineers focused on metals, “for valuable contributions to the metallurgical and materials community.” 
  • Michalek quoted on Tesla’s new long-range electric vehicle

    MechE/EPP Professor Jeremy Michalek was recently quoted on Yahoo! News and Auto Blog on Tesla Motors’ new 300-mile electric car, discussing his research into how electric vehicles’ efficiencies vary depending on where the driver lives. According to Michalek, “Most electric vehicle buyers assume that they’re helping the environment by purchasing an electric or hybrid vehicle, but there’s more to it than simply making the purchase.” 

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