Cross-Atlantic collaborators have developed a simple, efficient method to make robust, highly flexible, tattoo-like circuits for use in wearable computing.
Jessica Zhang and Lining Yao earn a Manufacturing Futures Initiative (MFI) award to develop fiber-reinforced composite structures through a process called 4D printing.
A summer research fellowship sponsored by Citrine Informatics gave students the chance to use cutting-edge computer vision technologies to solve questions in materials science research.
Chemical engineering researchers have developed a machine learning system to search through millions of intermetallics to discover new materials for electrocatalysis.
Far from kilns or furnaces, Edgar Mendoza researches how to 3D print ceramics.
MechE’s Rahul Panat has developed a revolutionary new method of fabricating battery electrodes using Aerosol Jet 3D printing.
On August 4, 2016, the mission of cyber autonomy was declared accomplished. Meanwhile, back in Pittsburgh, a CyLab graduate student quietly hacked away at her own research in cyber autonomy.
In MechE’s Levent Burak Kara’s project-based graduate course, students applied their skills in artificial intelligence and machine learning to solve real-world problems outside the classroom.
CMU has announced a research partnership with Bossa Nova to develop and integrate artificial intelligence into service robots in retail stores nationwide.
To predict when morning traffic is likely to grind to a halt, it may be more effective to examine how we use electricity in the middle of the night instead of travel-time data.
IoT devices are coming online, and Carlee Joe-Wong wonders how we might put prices on them.
Miles Hinderliter worked at Lockheed Martin, moved into a career at Barclays, and fit perfectly in with both.
Self-correcting 3-D printers may soon become a reality, as MechE’s Jack Beuth and alumnus Luke Scime have combined machine learning with 3-D printing to enable real time process monitoring.
The Expert-Guided Optimization method combines expert judgment with an optimization algorithm to enable high-fidelity 3-D printing of soft materials.
When punctured or torn, this material’s circuits can autonomously—and instantaneously—heal themselves to remain fully operational.
Governor Tom Wolf announced the launch of the Pennsylvania Manufacturing Initiative, which will ensure that Pennsylvania remains a national and international leader in manufacturing.
Jimmy Zhu has created a method to store huge amounts of data on a compact hard disk drive.
Carmel Majidi and James Wissman seek ways to make functional and floppy electronics.
CMU established the Manufacturing Futures Initiative to support manufacturing research and fund interdisciplinary projects.
The CONIX Center is creating the architecture for networked computing to better connect edge devices to the cloud in the IoT.
The general population welcomes AVs, but not how they treat data privacy. Cara Bloom discusses policy options.
Levent Burak Kara develops ways to best bolster lightweight, 3-D printed materials and reduce production costs.
This game-changing technology can transform polymers from soft and thermally insulating materials to an ultra-strong and thermally conductive material.
A team of engineering undergraduate students is one of 10 finalists competing to develop a robot that can drill ice on Mars for a prestigious NASA challenge.
ECE’s Diana Marculescu is bringing machine learning applications to your mobile device.
MechE’s B. Reeja Jayan has been awarded the NSF CAREER Award and $500,000 to pursue research in creating 3-D printing ceramics, and create an integrated research and game-based education plan.
ECE professor Radu Marculescu has developed an algorithm that shines new light on the associations and interactions of microorganisms in the human GI microbiome, providing a new tool for the field of preventive care.
Mahmood Sharif has been named a 2018 Symantec Research Lab Graduate Fellow and will continue his research in machine learning and cybersecurity in collaboration with Symantec.
These sensors developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon predict when a patient will fall.
Researchers in BME have developed a low-cost 3-D bioprinter by modifying a standard desktop 3-D printer, and they have released the breakthrough designs as open source.
College of Engineering’s Rebecca Taylor earns funding from the U.S. Air Force’s Young Investigator Research Program to develop next generation sensors with DNA and PNA.
INI students worked with blockchain start-up BitClave to drive the company’s development in new directions.
Rahul Panat and a team of researchers from CMU, WSU, and UT-El Paso have developed a new 3-D printing technique for manufacturing strain gauges that breaks the Poisson Ratio by 40%.
MFI has faculty lunch and learns (RSVP required), will hold an Innovation and Manufacturing Summit in September, 2018, and also hosts the Kennametal Manufacturing Future Speaker Series.
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