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  • News Brief: ECE's Miskov-Zivanov and Marculescu receive $2.4 million DARPA award. Read More
  • Flexing the Brain: Carnegie Mellon, Pitt Scientists Discover Why Learning Tasks Can Be Difficult. Read More
  • Press Release: Carnegie Mellon President Subra Suresh Elected to Battelle Board of Directors. Read More
  • Neuroscience and Big Data: Carnegie Mellon's Byron M. Yu Describes How To Find Simplicity in the Brain. Read More
  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon's Adam Feinberg Earns Grant To Study Electrical Interaction Between Heart Muscle Cells. Read More

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Mentions

  • ECE Senior Receives CSol Fellowship

    ECE Senior Ana Beisy Cruz has received a Center for Science Information (CSol) Channels Scholar Fellowship to continue her research into the 2015 academic year. Her work looks into neurostimulation techniques for treating various ailments. Only three undergraduates were selected for this highly selective program.  Read More
  • CMU-R Alumna Present at Global Conference in Istanbul

    CMU-R alumna Vanessa Umutoni presented a research paper along with her adviser Suzana Brown, CMU scholar in residence, at the Global Conference on Health Care System Engineering in Istanbul, Turkey last week. The paper details how mobile phones, and in particular smart phones, continue to acquire many functions that are becoming a preferred solution for numerous mHealth applications.  Read More
  • Abdulla Takes Part in Panel Discussion

    EPP graduate and post-doctoral student Ahmed Abdullah ('14) took part in a panel discussion on the global challenges and local impacts of the generation and use of nuclear power in the modern world as highlighted by the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters.  Read More

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