Carnegie Mellon University demonstrated its cyber prowess at DEFCON 22 by winning the "Capture the Flag" and "Crack Me If You Can" contests.
Carnegie Mellon’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team is about to take center stage at the annual undergraduate Synthetic Biology competition later this month. The seven-member team has been focusing on how to detect high levels of estrogen in wastewater, which can lower the number of male fish and have negative effects on the entire ecosystem.
Work by CEE faculty Bielak, Garrett, and Noh, together with ECE faculty Kovacevic, and University of Pittsburgh faculty Rizzo, was featured at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2014, in Tianjin, China.
We are now accepting graduate school applications. If you have an old application you would like to use for the current admissions or if you have questions about application for a future semester, please send email to the ECE Graduate Office.
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