College of Engineering faculty receive grants and funding from a variety of sources to support their research.

Some of the recent research funding recieved by our facuty is listed below.


Jayan wins ARO Young Investigator Award
CMU Engineering

The Army Research Office recently granted Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering B. Reeja Jayan the Young Investigator Award—the most prestigious award granted by the US Army.


Air Force gives materials a second look
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B. Reeja Jayan, an assistant professor of MechE, has been awarded a Young Investigator Research Program grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

DOE selects Litster for $2 million research grant
CMU Engineering

MechE’s Shawn Litster has been selected to receive $2 million in DOE funding for fuel cell research.


Pozzi receives NSF CAREER Award
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The National Science Foundation has awarded CEE Assistant Professor Matteo Pozzi the NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.


2017 Scott Institute Seed Grants fund energy researchers
CMU Engineering

The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation has announced the 2017 recipients of its annual Seed Grants for Energy Research, which support faculty research in energy, environment, and policy.


CMU awarded $10M to improve health outcomes
CMU Engineering

Carnegie Mellon launches a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional research center, funded by a $10M grant from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Monitoring air pollution in Pittsburgh
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Motivated by the need to improve air quality and human health, Carnegie Mellon researchers were awarded a $750K NCER STAR grant by the EPA for monitoring air pollution in Pittsburgh communities.

Ubiquitous liquids of the complex kind
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Bob Tilton receives NSF grant to explore the forces that cause particles to suspend or aggregate in complex fluids.