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The National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development Award supports junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research and education.
Felten will speak at 1:30 p.m., Jan. 28, in the Rangos Ballroom of the Cohon University Center. His talk and other Privacy Day activities are open to the public.
A professor of engineering and public policy and materials science and engineering at CMU, Jay Whitacre has more than 30 patents issued or pending.
According to a Carnegie Mellon study, eating lettuce is over three times worse in greenhouse gas emissions than eating bacon.
The medal recognizes technical leadership and contributions to fundamental theory, practice and standardization for engineering real-time systems.
The lab, a natural offshoot of CMU's Integrated Innovation Institute, will serve as an incubator of ideas and as a hotbed of technology and innovation to drive the company's transformation.
New Technique Developed by Team Including CMU President Suresh Removes Defects While Keeping Materials Strong
The technique, called cyclic healing, uses repetitive, gentle stretching to eliminate pre-existing defects in metal crystals.
Unorthodox Approach to Drug Delivery Research Lands CMU Professor on Popular Science's 2015 Brilliant 10 List
Kathryn Whitehead earned the honor for designing nanoparticles that treat disease by delivering therapeutic drugs to specific areas in the body.
CMU Inventor Awarded $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize For Creating First Mass-Produced Low-Cost, Eco-Friendly Battery
Jay Whitacre is the inventor of the Aqueous Hybrid Ion battery, a reliable, environmentally-benign and cost-efficient energy storage system.
Carnegie Mellon, City of Pittsburgh Help Create New Network To Address Challenges Facing Nation’s Urban Infrastructure and Services
CMU and the City of Pittsburgh are founding members of the MetroLab Network, a new national alliance among 20 metro areas and more than 25 neighboring universities to research, develop and deploy innovative technologies to address critical challenges facing urban areas.
Setex™, the first commercially available gecko-inspired adhesive, is dry and can repeatedly grip to surfaces without leaving a residue.
The top three are home phones, home security systems and fitness devices.
The award is one of 16 NSF grants totaling $13.1 million to support potentially transformative research in neural and cognitive systems.
CMU's cybersecurity team will defend its crown at this year's DefCon Capture the Flag competition, Aug. 6-9 in Las Vegas.
Led by Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Raj Rajkumar, Ottomatika highlights Carnegie Mellon’s advanced expertise in complex autonomous vehicle systems.