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  • Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab challenges high school students to give hacking a try. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon University Launches Carbon Emissions Index: Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Sponsors Emissions Index for U.S. Power Sector. Read More
  • Group tolerance linked to perceptions of fairness and harm. Read More
  • New findings on vesicle formation could pave way for liquid biopsies, better drug delivery devices. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon names Jay Whitacre as new director of Scott Institute. Read More
  • 2017 Scott Institute Seed Grants fund energy researchers in fifth round of awards. Read More

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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.  

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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

  • MechE neuroimaging study featured in Medical Daily

    Medical Daily featured research by MechE's Jonathan Cagan and Kosa Goucher-Lambert. Researchers looked at brain activity to learn how we make decisions about sustainable products. Using fMRI technology, researchers could pinpoint which areas of the brain were activated as participants worked through the decision-making process. They found that when participants were asked to choose between products for which they knew the environmental impact, participants cared more about what other people might think about them if they chose the product.  Read More
  • Kumar featured in MIT News for multirobot systems research

    ECE's Swarun Kumar was featured in MIT News for his work on a new technique for preventing malicious hackers from commandeering robot teams' communication networks. The researchers' new system analyzes the distinctive ways in which robots' wireless transmissions interact with the environment, to assign each of them its own radio "fingerprint." If the system identifies multiple votes as coming from the same transmitter, it can discount them as probably fraudulent.  Read More
  • 101 wins Student Startup Madness

    101, a startup company founded by ChemE's Justin Weinberg, won 1st prize at the Student Startup Madness (SSM) competition at SXSW in Austin, Texas. SSM is a nationwide tournament-style competition that recognizes the best college student digital media startups in the country. 101 has also been named one of Inc.'s Coolest College StartupsRead More
  • Alum moves to the front of the line with Refill app

    After a trip to a bar resulted in a long wait for service, ECE alum Ian Glasner conceived the idea for Refill, a mobile app that allows you to place drink orders from your phone. Along with a group of current CMU design and engineering students, Glasner hopes to give smaller companies the same mobile efficiency that large corporations current employ.  Read More

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