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Friday, December 19, 2014

Accessible circuit design brings endless possibilities

Startup company AgIC produces pens and printer cartridges with silver nano-particle ink that can make live circuits, ideal for education, design and testing. INI alumnus Yuki Nishida, one of the founders, looks to CMU-SV for support and exposure as they work to make circuit design accessible to anyone.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

CMU team recognized for securing the 'Internet of Things'

A proposal from CMU-SV faculty member Patrick Tague (ECE, INI) was one of four winning submissions in the Cisco Internet of Things Security Grand Challenge. MORE
Saturday, October 11, 2014

Good Vibrations: Noh studies structure-as-sensor at CMU-SV

Civil & Environmental Engineering faculty member Hae Young Noh spent her summer at the Silicon Valley campus as a part of a CMU short-term faculty exchange program, designed to promote collaboration between the Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley campuses and to foster the spirit of innovation that all of Carnegie Mellon's campuses have become known for. Republished from the College of Engineering. MORE
Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship introduces new class of James R. Swartz Entrepreneurial Fellows

This year's class of Swartz Entrepreneurial Fellows includes a Silicon Valley-based student from the Integrated Innovation Institute's MS Software Management program, Piyush Gupta, one of 13 graduate student innovators recognized by the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.  MORE
Thursday, September 18, 2014

Carnegie Mellon researchers present on building a more resilient city

ECE Associate Research Professor Pei Zhang spoke at the kickoff meeting on "Pittsburgh Resilient Cities" with several other CMU researchers. MORE
Tuesday, September 16, 2014

NSF supports research on interdependent networks, software protocol stacks

Assistant Research Professor Osman Yağan and Researcher Temesghen Kahsai received three-year awards from the National Science Foundation to support current research projects. Yağan will study Robust and Optimal Design of Interdependent Networks; Kahsai is studying Verification of Heterogeneous Software Protocol Stacks. MORE
Friday, August 22, 2014

Campus adds 200 new students in Fall 2014

Enrollment at CMU’s Silicon Valley campus reaches another record in Fall 2014, with more than 275 students in five graduate programs.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Celebrating the graduating Class of 2014 at Silicon Valley

On Sunday, August 10, CMU's Silicon Valley campus conferred graduate degrees to 39 Software Engineering students and 31 Software Management students in the 12th annual campus graduation ceremony. The keynote speaker was CMU alumnus Dr. Stephen Hoover, CEO of PARC, a Xerox company.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Software Management celebrates 10 years of successful innovation in Silicon Valley

This year the MS Software Management program marked its 10 year anniversary and joined CMU's new Integrated Innovation Institute; alumni and friends gathered for a celebration and reunion in June 22 at Tesla Motors HQ in Palo Alto. MORE
Thursday, May 15, 2014

Integrated Innovation Institute first to cross-train in engineering, design and business

Three master's degrees, including the MS in Software Managment at Silicon Valley, are designed to speed pace of innovation, carrying forward the University's hallmark collaborative spirit.

Friday, April 4, 2014

Career Connections

Silicon Valley SE alum Aman Khanna (E'03) and Sanjeev Agrawal, former head of product marketing for Google, launched Collegefeed in 2013. Their social platform, which connects students and recent alumni with employers and hiring managers, is behind CMU's first-ever Digital Career Fair April 21-25. MORE
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Collaboration with civil and environmental engineering looks at floor sensor data

Associate Research Professor Pei Zhang is working with CMU Assistant Professor Hae Young Noh (Civil & Environmental Engineering) and Associate Professor Lin Zhang of Tsinghua University on a project analyzing data from floor sensors. MORE
Friday, March 7, 2014

CMU’s centennial celebration comes to California with Carnival West, April 12

As Carnegie Mellon's Spring Carnival marks its 100th anniversary, the Silicon Valley campus extends the celebration to West Coast students, alumni and friends, 11am-3pm Saturday, April 12.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Best Student Paper Award at IEEE CCNC goes to CMU-SV grads

"Energy-Governed Resilient Networked Systems" by Arjun Athreya (MS SE '13) and Harry Chan-Maestas (MS ECE '13), with faculty advisers Bob Iannucci, Patrick Tague and Ed Katz, received the Best Student Paper Award at the annual IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference. MORE

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