Carnegie Mellon Engineering




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  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon's Materials Science and Engineering Program Ranked 6th Nationally, 14th Internationally. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon, Pitt Researchers Combine Mechanics with Biology to Make Key Discovery about Communication between Cells. Read More
  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Alter Cancer Cells to Stop Them From Metastasizing. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon's Keith Cook Awarded $2.4M NIH Grant To Develop Artificial Lungs That Can Be Worn at Home. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon's Smart Headlights Spare the Eyes of Oncoming Drivers. Read More

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Mentions

  • Mauter, Siirola and Dzombak Receive DOE Grant

    EPP Professors Meagan Mauter and Jeff Siirola, and CEE Head Dave Dzombak, received a DOE grant for $671,507, to evaluate the applicability of forward osmosis for in-plant water/wastewater treatment using residual heat from the generation system. This funding is a continuation of a previous NSF grant Mauter received to evaluate structural barriers to the implementation of forward osmosis systems. 
  • Viswanathan Receives Stuminger Fellowship

    MechE Assistant Professor Venkat Viswanathan received the 2014-2015 Mechanical Engineering Department Stuminger Fellowship for his work in developing blended learning modules for thermodynamics and batteries. 
  • Dowd-ICES Fellows Announced for 2014-2015

    ECE/BME Ph.D. student Jackie Chen, ChemE Ph.D. student Christopher Knapp and BME Ph.D. student Shinjini Kundu have received the 2014–2015 Dowd-ICES Fellowship. The fellowship is designed to provide support for graduate students working on cutting edge research projects that have no other sources of funding. This year's and last year's fellows will present their research at the Dowd-ICES Seminar this fall.  Read More
  • Grossman Gives Lecture at Technical University of Denmark

    ChemE University Professor Ignacio Grossman presented the 2014 CAPEC-PROCESS Lecture at Technical University of Denmark entitled, "The Role of Process Systems Engineering in Chemical Engineering" in September.  Read More

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