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Mentions

  • Karamalidis chairs symposium at Goldschmidt Conference

    CEE's Athanasios Karamalidis chaired a symposium at the Goldschmidt Conference in Yokohama, Japan. The symposium covered the geochemistry and environmental chemistry of rare-earth elements and shed light on recent advances in the field regarding mining and ores, separation techniques, extraction and recovery techniques, unconventional resources, and environmental impacts. 
  • Azevedo participated in workshop, seminar on climate change

    EPP’s Inês Azevedo recently participated in a workshop held by the National Academies of Sciences’ USGCRP’s Board on Environmental Change and Society, which was held to explore ways to frame the fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA) and future NCAs in terms of climate-related hazards, risks, and opportunities. She also held a seminar at ETH Zurich’s Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science.  Read More
  • Rapid prototyping course methodology featured in GetMobile

    ECE's Dan Siewiorek and Asim Smailagic published an article in GetMobile that covers the history of the User-Centered Interdisciplinary Concurrent System Design Methodology developed at Carnegie Mellon. The methodology is employed in ECE's Rapid Prototyping course and brings students together to work with an end-user to generate a complete prototype system by the end of the course.  Read More

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