Carnegie Mellon Engineering




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  • Research Team Improves Lithium Air Batteries for Electric Car Industry. Read More
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  • News Brief: CMU Leads Google Expedition to Create Technology for "Internet of Things". Read More
  • News Brief: Larry Biegler Wins AIChE's 2015 William H. Walker Award. Read More
  • News Brief: David Brumley Named Third Director of CyLab. Read More
  • News Brief: Curci Foundation Provides Funding for Research in Neuroscience. Read More

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Innovation & Excellence

Excellence in the College of Engineering

The College of Engineering ranks among the leaders in the world for engineering research and education. Learn more about the college's accolades in our about the college and Engineering Rankings pages.

Expanding Collaborations, Empowering People, Elevating Impact is the College of Engineering's strategic plan, which will ensure continued excellence at the college.  

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The College of Engineering fosters an environment for innovation and entrepreneurial spirit. Learn about the college's efforts in innovation and entrepreneurship


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Mentions

  • Tsamitis Named Women in Security Award Nominee

    INI Director Dena Haritos Tsamitis is an Academic Award Nominee for the Duo Security 2015 Women in Security Awards. These awards are designed to recognize the contributions of women to the field of security and to inspire a new generation to continue the work of transforming the security industry.  Read More
  • Holm to Serve on MIT Corporation Visiting Committee

    MSE's Elizabeth Holm has been invited to serve on the MIT Corporation Visiting Committee for the Department of Materials Science & Engineering for a four-year term from 2015-2019.  Read More
  • Morgan to Testify in Front of House Committee

    EPP's Granger Morgan will testify next week at the "Examining Vulnerabilities to America's Power Supply" hearing for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology Subcommittee on Oversight and Subcommittee on Energy.  Read More
  • Cranor Speaks to WTAE on Webcam Spies

    EPP/CyLab's Lorrie Cranor was featured on WTAE Action News discussing how easy it is for computers' webcams to be hacked, allowing anyone to use your webcam to spy on you. "People don't have to be sophisticated to figure out how to see your camera," Cranor said.  Read More

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