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  • Media Alert: 4th Annual EST&P Energy Careers Symposium. Read More
  • Electrical and computer engineering researchers awarded $12M DARPA BRASS project. Read More
  • Dean James H. Garrett Jr. named 2016 Metcalf Award winner by the ESWP. Read More
  • CMU Privacy Engineering students host privacy clinic at 2016 Data Privacy Day. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon and Lehigh research team awarded $1 million grant to study anti-thermal behavior in materials. Read More
  • White House CTO Ed Felten to address latest privacy concerns at CMU's Privacy Day. Read More

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Mentions

  • Chase, Yu, CNBC researchers receive $12m grant

    BME’s Steve Chase, ECE/BME’s Byron Yu, and a team of researchers at the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) have received a $12 million grant to reverse-engineer the brain in order to make computers think more like humans. The project is led by Computer Science Professor Tai-Sing Lee and funded by the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity.  Read More
  • Grossmann and Donahue named among most influential scientific minds by Reuters

    Reuters has named ChemE Professors Ignacio Grossmann and Neil Donahue as two of the “World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds of 2015.” Also on the list is Grossmann’s former student, Chris Floudas.  Read More
  • Samaras quoted in Verge on low gas prices and EV adoption

    CEE’s Constantine Samaras has been quoted in The Verge, on what lower gas prices might do to electric vehicle adoption. According to Samaras, “The big risk for the climate is that low gas prices induce people to buy bigger, less efficient SUVs, and light trucks.”  Read More
  • Jaramillo featured in Washington Post for emissions research

    A study performed by EPP’s Paulina Jaramillo has been featured in the Washington Post. Jaramilo’s research used modeling techniques to place a monetary value on the health effects caused by air pollution to come up with the social cost of emissions.  Read More

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