Carnegie Mellon University is proud to share our passion for technology, education and research with Silicon Valley
At its Silicon Valley campus, CMU's College of Engineering can integrate the rich heritage and resources of the Pittsburgh campus with the opportunities available in the dynamic Silicon Valley business environment. For more than a decade, we've worked with partners in the San Francisco Bay Area to establish a natural extension for the university's acclaimed graduate degree programs, innovative research and support for entrepreneurs.
Featured: NSF awards for SV research projects
Assistant Research Professor Osman Yağan of ECE and Researcher Temesghen Kahsai received three-year awards from the National Science Foundation for their current research projects. Yağan will study Robust and Optimal Design of Interdependent Networks; Kahsai is studying Verification of Heterogeneous Software Protocol Stacks.
- The application period for MS and PhD in ECE admissions in Spring 2015 is open Aug. 15 through Oct. 1; Fall 2015 applications for all programs will begin in October — see deadlines and requirements
- CMU has been ranked 7th in undergraduate engineering and 5th in graduate engineering by the latest U.S. News & World Report; see the full rankings for the College of Engineering
- Find out what's making headlines in CMU Engineering; read the latest mentions of faculty and students in national and industry news
Events, Seminars & Lectures
The Silicon Valley campus hosts regular seminars, networking events and special presentations, open to students, faculty and the community. See what's coming up this month.