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Developed in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute, the new system allows for continuous touch tracking on the hands and arms.
The acclaimed statistician has earned the highest honor a scientist can receive for his distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
CMU's nominees are Leslie Odom Jr. (above), Jamie deRoy, Peggy Eisenhauer, Jules Fisher, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Megan Hilty and Ann Roth.
One of 12 students selected nationwide, Alford will receive support to pursue her Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University in chemical and biomolecular engineering.
Mitchell, a noted microbiologist, teacher and Carnegie Mellon alumnus, has been acting head of the department since 2015.
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.
Four new interdisciplinary projects aim to create new tools and techniques to vastly improve how scientists study the brain.
Presented by the Carnegie Science Center, the awards recognize and promote outstanding science and technology achievements in western Pennsylvania.
"Shuffle Along, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All that Followed," opens on Broadway with the help of several award-winning Carnegie Mellon University alumni.
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.
Project Ignite, a new Carnegie Mellon University student-run initiative, is helping high school students develop outside interests and pursue their passions.
Whether it's better understanding consumer behavior, improving health care for veterans or finding ways to save taxpayer money, operations research plays a critical role.
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.
Students graduating from the Bachelor of Fine Arts and BXA Interdisciplinary Art Degree programs will exhibit their culminating work.
Carnegie Mellon University has renewed an agreement with the University of Hyogo (UH) to continue an information security dual-degree program in Kobe, Japan.
His research focuses on statistical learning algorithms for understanding natural language text and on understanding how the human brain represents information.
Barish will discuss the physics of gravitational waves, the techniques used to detect gravitational waves and the implications of the new observations.
The thesis presents an opportunity to develop a project that demonstrates each student’s capacity to make a significant and original contribution to the field of architecture.
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 new program will prepare students for competitive doctoral programs and careers in international relations, government service, American politics and related fields.
Manojkumar Puthenveedu has received a $200,000 grant from the Shurl & Kay Curci Foundation to support his research into the cellular mechanisms that underlie pain and addiction to painkillers.
The committee will explore and analyze the scientific and ethical issues related to vaccine and therapeutic drug design, conduct and reporting in response to the West African epidemic.
The study supports the claim that languages are adapted to the local communicative needs of their speakers.
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.
Noted Historian and Author Earl Lewis To Give Keynote Address at Carnegie Mellon Commencement, May 15
Lewis, president of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is a noted social historian and author, and one of America’s leading advocates for supporting the humanities and the arts in higher education.
The recommendations will help universities maximize the potential of technology-enhanced learning design and practices through informed research.
New research from Carnegie Mellon University has uncovered how the brain is able to acquire brand new types of ideas.
Ph.D. student Ania Jaroszewicz was selected for her potential to make significant contributions to U.S. society, culture and academics.
CMU has placed second in the Mathematical Association of America's 76th William Lowell Putnam Competition, the definitive mathematics competition for undergraduate students in North America.
The National Science Foundation awarded CMU's Wolfgang Gatterbauer a Faculty Early Career Development award for his research proposal to develop novel methods to draw conclusions from uncertain and inconsistent data.
Sophomore mathematical sciences major Joshua Brakensiek has received a Barry Goldwater Scholarship to support his pursuit of a research career in mathematics and theoretical computer science.