School of Computer Science
CMU researchers have developed a three-fingered soft robotic hand with multiple embedded fiber optic sensors.
Both platforms were created by CMU students in TechBridgeWorld’s innovative Student Technology ExPerience (iSTEP), an internship through which students conduct technology research abroad that fills unmet needs in the local communities.
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.
The gift is part of CMU’s partnership with Uber, which was announced earlier this year and includes additional investment in the university’s robotics and related technologies.
Carnegie Mellon had the largest contingent of any university at the World Economic Forum in China.
This imaging technology may be suitable for many applications, including medical imaging and space exploration, and could be incorporated into most smartphones.
Carnegie Mellon University’s robot soccer team took home its fifth world championship without allowing a single goal at the 2015 RoboCup on July 22 in Hefei, China.
The Flex® Robotic System, based on the research of CMU's Howie Choset, enables surgeons to access and visualize hard-to-reach anatomical locations through the mouth.
Researchers from CMU and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have, for the first time, determined the rate at which the developing brain eliminates unneeded connections between neurons during early childhood.
CMU will turn its campus into a living laboratory for a Google-funded, multi-university expedition to create a robust platform that will enable Internet-connected sensors, gadgets and buildings to communicate with each other.
The projects range from creating advanced diagnostics for mild traumatic brain injury to studying how the brain responds to mechanical stimuli.
Procaccia is being honored for his contributions to the fields of computational social choice and computational economics.
Jacobo Carrasquel will be using videos, optional mini-lectures and an online software application called Classroom Salon to reach more students.
Despite the increasing use of technology, CMU researchers demonstrated that kids still need physical experiments to enhance their learning.