|Mesh networking to fill in wireless gaps|
|PhysOrg.com (United Press International): December 15, 2005|
Raj Rajkumar offers insight on the future of wireless mesh networking technology; access points already cover large municipal locations and may also enable vehicles to talk to each other. Rajkumar, Professor of ECE and CS, co-directs the GM Collaborative Research Lab and directs the Real-Time and Multimedia Systems Laboratory.
|Design Automation Conference Announces Executive Committee|
|Yahoo! Finance: December 13, 2005|
Diana Marculescu, Associate Professor of ECE, will be a member of the executive committee of the Design Automation Conference (DAC), representing the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Design Automation (ACM/SIGDA). She is the chair of ACM/SIGDA.
|Carnegie Mellon to showcase new security research at Taiwanese Innovation Technology Symposium|
|Government Technology: December 6, 2005|
"The new research we plan to show at the upcoming symposium is designed to contribute significantly to technology developments in both Asia and the United States," said ECE Professor Tsuhan Chen, who co-directs the Industrial Technology Research Institute Lab on campus along with Shiaw-Shian Yu in Taiwan.
|Bits&Bytes: America need not cede engineering leadership, panel says|
|Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: December 3, 2005|
"We need to train engineers...who will be managing, creating and deploying innovation," said Pradeep Khosla, dean of the College of Engineering. Khosla addressed the Engineering Society of Western Pennsylvania during a panel discussion on American competitiveness.
|That human touch: Technology becomes wearable|
|Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: November 27, 2005|
Asim Smailagic, a research professor of ECE and ICES, discusses wearable technology developed on campus, including the eWatch, the Language Translator, and goggle-like headsets, which can display complex information.
|Design tools eye nanoscale realm|
|EE Times: November 14, 2005|
Carnegie Mellon faculty presented two of the six invited talks during emerging technologies day at the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD). Tamal Mukherjee spoke on biofluidic microchips, while Seth Goldstein discussed nanocomputing.
|Living Roof Blooms on Hamerschlag Hall|
|Carnegie Mellon Green Practices: September 1, 2005|
Hamerschlag Hall’s new green roof may improve insulation and reduce storm water runoff, urban heat trapping, and water pollution, writes Carnegie Mellon’s Green Practices Committee in their newsletter.
|Scientific American: July 28, 2005|
The doubling of processor speed every 18 months is a snail's pace compared with rising hard-disk capacity, and Mark Kryder plans to squeeze in even more bits. Kryder, a university professor in ECE and the chief technical officer at Seagate, co-founded the Data Storage Systems Center (DSSC) at Carnegie Mellon.
|Snakey Bot Navigates Land, Water|
|Discovery Channel News: July 27, 2005|
|Cybersecurity experts to gather at Carnegie Mellon|
|Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: July 6, 2005|
|Researchers work to safeguard rescuers|
|Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: July 6, 2005|
Carnegie Mellon researchers Gary Fedder, David Lambeth, Richard McCullough, and Lee Weiss are developing microelectromechanical sensors that will alert rescue workers to replace their gas mask filters.
|Imagination on the Move|
|Campus Technology Magazine: July 1, 2005|
ECE Research Professor Asim Smailagic leads a team to develop SenSay, a context-aware mobile phone that fields calls based on your schedule and surroundings.
|Seagate research spurs high-tech storage|
|Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: June 10, 2005|
|Scientists unveil 'clay' robots that will shape our world|
|The Scotsman: June 9, 2005|
|Nanotechnology is next big thing in electronics and manufacturing|
|Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: January 21, 2005|