Carnegie Mellon Engineering


  • Carnegie Mellon researchers produce “mind-blowing” nanowires that will help harvest energy from sunlight. Read More
  • Researchers from CMU and Pitt receive NSF funding to design carbon-adsorbing nanoparticles. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon professor creates software to improve data sharing in research and academia. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon to lead $970K America Makes collaboration to advance additive manufacturing in the aerospace industry. Read More
  • Whitehead named 2016 Young Innovator of Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering. Read More
  • The vents in your office aren’t just pumping out air. 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.

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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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  • Apt quoted in Government Technology's Future Structure

    EPP/Tepper's Jay Apt was quoted in an article in Government Technology’s Future Structure. Apt says that generation resources are under less stress since demand for electric power stagnated nationwide starting in 2007, in part due to behavioral adjustments. Electric demand response times are also responsible for improved reliability.  Read More
  • Laughlin retiring as Principal Editor of Met Trans

    After more than four decades, MSE’s David Laughlin will be stepping down as the principal editor of the journal Metallurgical and Materials Transactions (Met Trans). Laughlin has been an editor for the journal since 1974, and his editorial legacy with Met Trans was featured in a recent article in JOMRead More
  • Ilic gives invited testimony

    ECE’s Marija Ilic gave an invited testimony at the FERC Commissioners Reliability Conference on June 1, 2016. She responded to very specific questions raised by FERC and gave recommendations to consider next generation SCADA design in support innovation.  Read More
  • Stine sits on Congressional panel

    EPP’s Deborah Stine recently sat on a panel at the 19th Annual Congressional Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency EXPO and Policy Forum to discuss real-world case studies of how public policy has affected the ability of energy and environmental technologies to reach their full marketplace potential.  Read More

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