The Carnegie Mellon Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Part of the New Tepper Quadrangle
The Carnegie Mellon Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Is Open for Business
The Carnegie Mellon Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), established in fall 2012, builds on the strengths of Project Olympus and the Don Jones Center for Entrepreneurship in order to advance university research and ideas. We work with our colleagues to create meaningful and lasting contributions to Carnegie Mellon’s entrepreneurial mission, contributions that enhance the innovation ecosystem throughout the campuses, within western Pennsylvania, and beyond. The CIE assists faculty, student, staff, and alumni across the entire community in exploring the commercial potential of their innovations. Read more »
Boris Sofman, Making Life More Fun!
As a young entrepreneur, Boris Sofman (CS ’05, CIT ’05, CS ’07, CS ’10), now the Co-founder and CEO of artificial intelligence and robotics company Anki, Inc, has been working on the Anki software for over five years and truly believes it is something special. Read more »