The world-class faculty at Carnegie Mellon University's (CMU) Silicon Valley Campus have unique and powerful backgrounds, pairing their significant academic experience with extensive industry experience. Senior faculty members include respected authors, speakers, professors, industry consultants, and IEEE and ACM fellows. Research centers and projects conducted by these faculty members and students explore the intersection between their research and how it can be applied to further the software and computing industry.
CMU PhD students can obtain their degrees as part of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) bicoastal PhD program, supervised by Silicon Valley faculty and spending most of their time at the Silicon Valley campus.
Topics of interest range over context-aware mobile systems, statistical methods, natural language translation, disaster management, mobile health, security, hardware-optimization and open source. See our research brochure for areas of research conducted at the campus.
The Silicon Valley Campus recently held its 3rd annual Tech Showcase. Review the presented research projects.
Learn more about research at the Silicon Valley campus:
Centers, Collaborations and Initiatives
- Disaster Management Initiative (DMI)
Contact: Art Botterell, Martin Griss, Steve Ray, Steven Rosenberg
- Smart Communities Consortium (SCC)
Contact: Martin Griss, Bob Iannucci, Steve Ray, Steven Rosenberg, Ted Selker
- International Center for Advanced Communication Technologies (interACT)
Contact: Alex Waibel, Joy Zhang