Madeline Gannon, a Ph.D. candidate in computational design at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Architecture, is bringing museum visitors face-to-face with a curious 1200 kg industrial robot at the Design Museum London's exhibition “Fear and Love: Reactions to a Complex World.”
Lunar Gala's sold out show is tomorrow, and we can't wait! The fashion show will include nearly 150 original designs created and modeled by students across many disciplines and cultures who infuse technology and complex materials into wearable fashions.
Join us at 5 p.m. on Thursday for live footage of a #smartcities discussion on the intersection of energy and water. The event, hosted by Carnegie Mellon University's Scott Institute for Energy Innovation and governmental and corporate partners, will feature a keynote speech from Michael E. Webber, an expert on energy technology and policy from The University of Texas at Austin.
Takeo Kanade, Carnegie Mellon University's U.A. And Helen Whitaker Professor of Robotics and Computer Science, has been named the 2017 recipient of the IEEE Founder's Medal, one of IEEE's highest honors.
That's the message the 2016 winner of The Excellence in Theatre Education Award wanted her students to hear. Relive the moment (and maybe grab some tissues) Renée Elise Goldsberry surprised Marilyn McCormick with the news she would be attending the Tony Awards. Then, submit your inspiring teacher for this year's award. [ Cmu.li Link ] #ApplaudMyTeacher
Carnegie Mellon University alumni and former staff members at the National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC) founded Argo AI, an artificial intelligence startup in which Ford Motor Company will invest $1 billion over the next five years.
Student-athletes and students from Carnegie Mellon School of Drama gathered for a pizza party before today's basketball games. Students enjoyed the chance to interact with others they normally don't cross paths with in their programs. Tag your new friends!
Some of Broadway's biggest stars talked to us about the importance of theatre education, and now we want to hear from you. Let CMU and Tony Awards know about a teacher who inspired you. Submit your teacher for the Excellence in Theatre Education Award, now through Friday, February 17. [ Cmu.li Link ]
Sridhar R. Tayur, the Ford Distinguished Research Chair and professor of operations management at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional distinctions an engineer can receive.
Spring Carnival is 10 weeks away but a new robotic buggy team, Atlas, is taking no chances. Members of the team, Chris Perry, Jeremy Meola, Spencer Early, Elyce Milligan, Ben Warwick and Brandon Jin (not in photo) were out testing their self-driving buggy today. CMU Spring Carnival #cmusocial
Anya Martin, an adjunct professor in Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, brings the story of John Henry, the super-strong railroad man who died with a hammer in his hand, to life Feb. 9-18 at The August Wilson Center in downtown Pittsburgh.
Babies learn about their world by pushing and poking objects, putting them in their mouths and throwing them. Carnegie Mellon University scientists are taking a similar approach to teach robots how to recognize and grasp objects around them.
Make plans to join us as we continue our policy series with H. John Heinz III College. Professor Martin Gaynor will present "Under New Management: Obamacare to Trumpcare? Health Reform in the New Administration." Ask your questions in the comments section and watch to have them answered live.