Daniel Armanios-Engineering and Public Policy - Carnegie Mellon University

Daniel Armanios

Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering & Public Policy

Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Office: Porter Hall 126 B-2
Research Interests: Daniel’s research lies at the intersection between entrepreneurship, institutions, and public policy. More specifically, he focuses on the local public institutions and infrastructure necessary to support high-tech innovation and sustainable development, with an emphasis on emerging and post-conflict countries such as China, Egypt, and Tunisia.


Carnegie Mellon 2015-


  • Ph.D. (Management Science & Engineering), 2015, Stanford University, US
  • MSc (Water Science, Policy and Management), 2009, University of Oxford, UK
  • MSc (Management Research), 2008, University of Oxford, UK
  • BS (Mechanical Engineering), 2007, University of Pittsburgh, US
  • BS (Political Science, Economics minor), 2007, University of Pittsburgh, US