Carnegie Mellon University


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5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Ruby Redlich's interest in genetics and sleeping patterns first awakened when she took an introductory computational biology class with Andreas Pfenning , assistant professor of computational biology. "He had talked about some projects his lab was working on, and it seemed really interesting," said Redlich, a rising junior in biological sciences with a secondary major in computational biology.
Economics - Dec 1

Carnegie Mellon University President Farnam Jananian , along with CMU faculty and private and public sector leaders from across Western Pennsylvania, gathered in Simmons Auditorium in the Tepper Building to honor U.S. Rep.

Environment - Nov 30

Ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft have redefined mobility and affected travel patterns, car ownership, congestion, the economy, the environment and equity in cities across the globe. A new policy brief series delves into the implications and opportunities that transportation network companies (TNCs) present.

Health - Nov 29

Just as blood pressure informs heart health, intracranial pressure (ICP) helps indicate brain health. ICP sensing is the burgeoning focus of Jana Kainerstorfer 's biomedical optics lab at Carnegie Mellon University.

Carnegie Mellon University's International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) team recently notched an impressive performance in the competition's World Finals. The team - computer science major Christopher Lambert and recently graduated computer science majors Andrew Yang and Zack Lee - finished seventh and earned a silver medal in the final competition held earlier this month in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Environment - Nov 17

Destenie Nock , an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering and engineering and public policy in Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering , has co-authored a study that helps illuminate the future of natural gas-fired power on the road to mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

CMU, Berkeley researchers design robust legged robot system - This little robot can go almost anywhere. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science and the University of California, Berkeley, have designed a robotic system that enables a low-cost and relatively small legged robot to climb and descend stairs nearly its height; traverse rocky, slippery, uneven, steep and varied terrain; walk across gaps; scale rocks and curbs; and even operate in the dark.

Campus - Nov 11

All the big-name brands - Harley Davidson, Google, Netflix and Nike to name a few - have a presence in two key places: on social media, and in Professor Ari Lightman 's classroom. For over 12 years, Lightman, a distinguished service professor of digital media and marketing at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy , has fostered experiential learning through his course, Measuring Social.

Campus - Nov 30

The Frame Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University's student-run art gallery, will undergo a major renovation this summer to make the venue accessible to all audiences and provide critical upgrades. Since its founding in 1969, The Frame has served as a crucial public-facing venue for free expression, diverse perspectives and inclusive community.

Carnegie Mellon University President Farnam Jananian , along with CMU faculty and private and public sector leaders from across Western Pennsylvania, gathered in Simmons Auditorium in the Tepper Building to honor U.S. Rep.

Mathematics - Nov 23

For Carnegie Mellon University junior Tony Yu, problem solving is logical. "I'm really curious. If there's something that's not known then I want to see if I can fill in some of the gaps," said Yu, who recently transferred from majoring in discrete mathematics to computer science.

Campus - Nov 18

"Playing chess has helped me in my academics, and being a data analyst has helped me in be a better chess player." - Ashritha Eswaran By Michael Henninger Ashritha Eswaran thinks 20 moves ahead. Eswaran plays chess at the highest level.

New research from Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute (RI) can help robots feel layers of cloth rather than relying on computer vision tools to only see it. The work could allow robots to assist people with household tasks like folding laundry.

Campus - Nov 15

Games can entertain. They can bring people together. They can transport players to new worlds, test skills and strategies, and encourage play. But games can also transform. They can teach, change people's minds, help them with difficult conversations and inspire action.

Astronomy - Nov 11

Carnegie Mellon University student Ali Shakir is working to correct an error in how cosmologists measure intrinsic galaxy alignments. When viewing faint galaxy images, researchers have to factor in distortions such as when a distribution of matter - like a cluster of galaxies - has a gravitational field that bends the light of a distant source as it travels toward an observer.




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