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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  • Professor, Alum Awarded Carnegie Corporation of NY Fellowships

    Heinz/CyLab Professor Alessandro Acquisti was named to the inaugural class of the Andrew Carnegie Fellows by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. EPP alumna Elizabeth Wilson was also among the winners. Acquisti and Wilson are among only 32 recipients of the fellowship selected from more than 300 nominees.  Read More
  • USDOT Secretary Foxx Visits CMU

    U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx visited the Carnegie Mellon University National Robotics Engineering Center in Lawrenceville this week. The visit was reported in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Tribune Review, and the Pittsburgh Business Times
  • CMU Team Wins Microsoft Indoor Competition

    A Carnegie Mellon team made up of faculty advisors Anthony Rowe and Bruno Sinopoli of ECE, and students Patrick Lazik, Niranjini Rajagopal and Oliver Shih came in first place in the infrastructure-based Microsoft Indoor Localization Competition with 48 submissions from 44 teams all around the world, 12 from industry and 32 from academia.  Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon and 90.5 WESA Launch Energy Bite

    The Scott Institute has announced the launch of Energy Bite, an energy-focused radio segment produced in partnership with 90.5 WESA. The goal is to use expert energy advice from CMU faculty to answer questions about energy and energy technology. The show launched on WESA on Earth Day and will be a regular feature of Science Friday.  Read More

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