Lorrie Faith Cranor named new director of Cylab
CyLab brings together security and privacy experts from all schools across Carnegie Mellon.
CyLab Security and Privacy Institute
When the power goes out, pollution rises
The unreliable delivery of electricity can lead to additional consumer costs, limited economic benefits, and increased environmental impacts
Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering
Engineering and Public Policy
Technology can help us build a happier, freer, and more fulfilling life, while keeping risks and undesirable impacts at acceptable levels. However, this process isn't automatic; it takes careful hard work by people who understand both technology and society.
The Department of Engineering and Public Policy (EPP) at Carnegie Mellon University is a unique department that works to solve problems at the interface of technology and society. We offer multiple double-major options for undergraduate students (in partnership with each of the five Engineering departments and the School of Computer Science) a Master's degree in Engineering & Technology Innovation and Management, and a research-oriented Ph.D. program.
Doug Sicker: Department Head of Engineering and Public Policy
Women in Software and Cybersecurity
How Entrepreneurs Leverage Institutional Intermediaries in Emerging Economies to Acquire Public Resources
EPP Graduate Student Awards
Robert W. Dunlap Award for the most outstanding qualifier examination
Liza Reed, "Microprocessor Hardware Tampering”
Herbert L. Toor Award for outstanding research paper submitted to the Part A qualifier
Jake Ward,"On-Demand Ridesourcing has Reduced per-capita Vehicle Registrations and Gasoline use in the U.S. States"