College of Engineering
Vyas Sekar from the College of Engineering is collaborating with professors Yuvraj Agarwal and Srinivasan Seshan from CMU's School of Computer Science.
Carnegie Mellon University's David Brumley is heading to a national stage to compete against the country's best bug finders.
Your password isn't as secure as you think. People's perceptions of password strength may not always match reality, according to a recent study by CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University's Security and Privacy Institute.
A recent study by Carnegie Mellon University researchers examines the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of plant-based plastics.
As Carnegie Mellon in Rwanda celebrates its third year, its young alumni are making their mark as the next generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders in Africa.
Malaria has a magnetic foe. Andrea "Blue" Martin, a Carnegie Mellon University doctoral candidate in biomedical engineering, is working to create a device that uses magnets to filter out patients' red blood cells infected by the mosquito-borne parasite, which makes the cells magnetic.
This new partnership, which will be established at Carnegie Mellon in Rwanda, will benefit 125 academically talented but economically disadvantaged students from Sub-Saharan Africa.
CyLab faculty member Vyas Sekar has been awarded with an NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award to pave the way toward reliable network security assurances.
The event is one of the first hackathons to engage computer scientists in using one of the hardest systems to crack: the structure of neural data and the brain.
Graduating CMU senior Patricia Xu is following in the footsteps of her great-grandfather and fellow alumnus Mao Yisheng.
More than 600 undergraduate students will present research at "Meeting of the Minds," Carnegie Mellon University's annual symposium from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 4 in the Cohon University Center.
The Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall, to be dedicated on April 30, provides both visual and intellectual stimulation, enhancing the College of Engineering's innovative culture and fostering interdisciplinary research.
The Originals, an all-male a cappella group, is practicing for the finals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, a first for a CMU a cappella organization.
Think about your life's work. Now, pitch it to a complete stranger in a matter of seconds. One hundred and eighty seconds to be exact. That's the Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) in a nutshell.
The mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering major who will earn his degree this May has won a Whitaker Fellowship, awarded by the program to send emerging leaders in U.S. biomedical engineering abroad.