Carnegie Mellon Engineering


  • Carnegie Mellon's CyLab Biometrics Center Wins Gold at the 2015 Edison Awards. Read More
  • CMU President Subra Suresh, Collaborators Create Device That Extracts Rare Tumor Cells Using Sound. Read More
  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon and 90.5 WESA Launch "Energy Bite" To Raise Awareness for Energy Issues. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon Researchers Call for Broader U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard. Read More
  • Two Carnegie Mellon Students Awarded Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships. Read More

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  • Savvides' Iris Recognition Technology Featured in Media

    ECE/CyLab's Marios Savvides was featured on CNN, Discovery News and Yahoo Tech for his advanced iris recognition technology, which can scan a person's iris from up to 12 meters away and identify them within seconds. 
  • Dale Wins 2015 Innovyze Award

    CEE/EPP Ph.D. candidate Amy Dale has been awarded the 2015 Innovyze Award for Excellence in Computational Hydraulics/Hydrology from the Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation. Her thesis research focuses on understanding the connections between watershed hydrology, water quality and the environmental fate of engineered nanoparticles.  Read More
  • Cai Accepted into Artist Association of Pittsburgh

    CyLab's Yang Cai has been accepted into the Artist Association of Pittsburgh, the largest visual arts group in the country. Cai has lectured and developed new mobile 3D scanners at the Valcamonica Rock Art Archeology Fieldschool in Paspardo.  Read More
  • Lee Wins IEEE Best Student Paper Award

    BME graduate student Hao-Chih Lee has won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, a flagship meeting in the field of biomedical imaging. His paper was entitled "An Image-Based Computational Method for Characterizing Whole-Cell Scale Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Intracellular Transport." 

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