Recent Headlines-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

Current news stories and press releases from Carnegie Mellon University's Silicon Valley campus are featured here.

We regularly report on the accomplishments and projects of our faculty, alumni, students and researchers. We also republish articles from CMU's main campus in Pittsburgh and from our industry and research partners. Articles from earlier in the year and news from previous years are available in the archives; use the left-hand navigation to view by year. 

Recent Headlines

Friday, May 15, 2015

Ya─čan receives Berkman Faculty Development Grant

CMU-SV faculty member Osman Yağan (ECE) received a grant from the Berkman Faculty Development Fund for his project on "Information and Influence Propagation in Multi-layer Networks: Modeling, Analysis, and Control." MORE
Monday, April 20, 2015

Researchers test smartphones for earthquake warning

Crowd-sourcing smartphone data could provide valuable advance notice for people in quake zones, according to a new study led by scientists at the USGS, with researchers from CMU-SV, Caltech, University of Houston and NASA. MORE
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Fifth annual Carnival West at CMU-SV April 18

Carnegie Mellon extends its spring celebration to the Bay Area with the fifth annual Carnival West, April 18 at the Silicon Valley campus in Moffett Field. MORE
Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Tomorrow's women in tech

CMU-SV and CMU’s Information Networking Institute are partnering with Techbridge to bring Silicon Valley girls to campus for hands-on exposure to technology and engineering.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Introducing VentureBridge

CMU's College of Engineering introduces VentureBridge, an entrepreneurship experience in Silicon Valley offering student teams the chance to “pre-incubate” an idea for a tech-based company. MORE
Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Ford integrates CMU-SV research with next-gen cars at Bay Area lab

Assistant Research Professor Ian Lane (ECE) is partnering with Ford Motor Company at its new research center in Silicon Valley, to help develop in-car systems that can easily understand and process natural language commands from drivers. MORE
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

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