ECE/BME’s Byron Yu and ECE postdoc João Semedo found that communication between brain areas occurs through an information bottleneck, which they’ve termed a “communication subspace.”
Widespread use of electric vehicles will go a long way toward eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions of the transportation sector—but these emissions don’t just come from the tailpipe.
Larry Pileggi has been named head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University effective March 1.
CEE’s Costa Samaras and Sean Qian will head a DOE-funded analysis of next-generation delivery networks composed of aerial drones, robots, AVs, EVs, and “intelligent delivery zones.”
ChemE’s Kris Dahl is using a new technique called SINK (sensors from intranuclear kinetics) to observe the properties of an entire monolayer of cells and determine how broadly cells communicate.
From Mechanical Engineering to the Millennium Falcon, alumna Sophia Acevedo reflects on her path to Walt Disney Imagineering.
While the rest of the world is lauding 5G as the next big thing, EPP Head Doug Sicker and his team are already looking beyond it.
Soft robots can mimic a critter’s scurry, thanks to shape memory alloy actuators.
Lorrie Faith Cranor has been named the next director of CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University’s security and privacy institute, effective January 15.
MechE’s Professor Jon Cagan and Kosa Goucher-Lambert helped uncover how outside stimuli inspire innovation in design.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering Kenji Shimada and his team of researchers are using drone technology to help detect and restore damaged water canals in Japan that are critical for the agricultural economy.
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