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Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University
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Get to know Carnegie Mellon's #SiliconValley campus, which degrees are offered, and how we're bringing #Pittsburgh to the west coast. http://bit.ly/1KqG96c
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#ThrowBackThursday to 1906, lecture room in electricity, in what was then the School of Applied Sciences. #cmuece
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Our appetite for storage digital information - photos, video, emails - continues to grow. How do we create information storage technology that gets smaller and requires less power while storing more and more information? Jim Bain describes his research in this area in our latest video. https://youtu.be/R8hsJfFu6Wk
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We're loving the engineering shout-out in the new Carnegie Mellon University ‪#‎TonyAwards‬ commercial that will air this weekend. ‪#‎DriverlessCars‬ ‪#‎CMUtonys‬ bit.ly/1KQC4bi
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It’s no secret that technology is changing the way we interact with our jobs. But what will work look like in 2025? Fast Company dives deep into the future of the working world, and according to ‪#‎cmuece‬'s Dan Siewiorek, it’s not all about robots taking our jobs. http://bit.ly/1S5V1sB
The experts weigh in on the future of work a decade from now.
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MT @CMU_Mech: #FBF Buggy race in front of Scaife Hall, 1968. #springcarnival http://t.co/hB4kr9sKbe
“#TBT Buggy race in front of Scaife Hall, 1968. #springcarnival”
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Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering (CIT)​ researchers are doing some interesting things with sensors - like monitoring the health of bridges, train tracks, and the environment. Listen to our new podcast to learn more. http://bit.ly/1LvPiHz
ECE is a department of the Carnegie Institute of Technology at Carnegie Mellon University.
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circuit: [sur-kit] n. A continuous path followed by an electric current. Here at CMU, we encourage students to continuously follow their own never ending path of learning.

Check out our e-newsletter, The Circuit: http://bit.ly/1GAiLSH
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Can a jellyfish really inspire computer sustainability research? ‪#‎cmuece‬ researchers think so! Learn more about how mother nature is lending a helping hand in areas like computing for sustainability and renewable energy. http://bit.ly/1RH57iz
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5000 Forbes Avenue Hamerschlag Hall Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890 USA
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The Electrical & Computer Engineering department at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.

Dating back to the early 20th century, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) has a long history of excellence. Our vision is to be a creative driving force at Carnegie Mellon and worldwide, of highest scholarly and entrepreneurial quality. Our mission is to inspire, educate, and produce electrical and computer engineers capable of tackling fundamental scientific problems and important societal challenges - and to do so with the highest commitment to quality, integrity, and respect for others. Our students are rigorously trained in fundamentals of engineering, with a strong bent towards the maker culture of learning and doing.

With just under 1,400 individuals, ECE is the largest department at Carnegie Mellon. Although the majority of our work takes place on our Pittsburgh campus, our collaborations extend far and wide. We are engaged in global collaborative research and teaching efforts through extensions of our academic programs and research in Silicon Valley, Portugal, Rwanda, China, and Singapore.

This is a dynamic and exciting field to be a part of and the ECE Department offers the very best programs for students at all levels. We hope you will get "infected" by the same level of enthusiasm and joy we all feel!