Leading Silicon Valley in Research
Carnegie Mellon University is a celebrated research center, home to the world's leading experts. In Silicon Valley, we are researching the most important issues in technology and making connections to academia, industry, and innovation. In the past decade, the campus has developed a strong and growing set of research programs related to mobile computing, security, the Internet of Things, machine learning, and software as a service.
Faculty and researchers collaborate with corporate partners and sponsors in Silicon Valley to meet critical challenges, while students gain invaluable experience and exposure to innovation at the ground level.
Researchers convene regular sessions to share ideas, discuss findings and connect new developments with current projects.
Announcements & Publications
News about faculty projects, presentations, appearances, papers and scholarly activities. Faculty: submit your items to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Martin Griss presented the keynote at the 14th international conference on software reuse in Miami January 5, 2015.
- The Kairos Global Summit, an international entrepreneurship event, featured ECE associate research professor Ian Lane, who presented on "Artificially Intelligent: Bringing Digital Assistants to Life" and participated in a panel on "Solving Problems in Real-Time Across Industries with Mobile Data."
- Tony Wasserman, professor of the practice in the Integrated Innovation Institute, was keynote speaker on the first day of the 22nd IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE'14) in Sweden; his talk was on "Startups and Requirements."
- Corina Pasareanu, Senior Systems Scientist, was General Chair for ISSTA'14 (International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis) and is one of the two Program Chairs for CAV'15 (International Conference on Computer Aided Verification) in July 2015. These are the top conferences in verification for both software and hardware. CMU-SV Researcher Temesghen Kahsai will serve as local chair for CAV'15.
- Facebook has acquired Mobile Technologies, founded by CMU CS faculty member Alex Waibel, who worked with CMU-SV faculty researchers Joy Ying Zhang, Matthias Eck, and Ian Lane to develop the translation app Jibbigo; reported in TechCrunch and PCWorld