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Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University
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The Electrical & Computer Engineering department at Carnegie Mellon University.
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The National Institute of Standards and Technology has awarded CMU $3.2M to help firefighters and first responders stay safe. #cmuece's Anthony Rowe and Bruno Sinopoli, in collaboration with Bosch Global, are developing a localization system that aims to provide fire safety chiefs with a live feed on a tablet or computer that can show the position of each firefighter within a burning structure. bit.ly/2tkgYjy
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In a world where technology advances at a rapid pace, how can technological education keep up?

This is the question that Hakan Erdogmus, associate teaching professor at CMU Silicon Valley, hopes to answer in his work. During his keynote address at a software and entrepreneurship conference at the National University of the Litorall, in Santa Fe, Argentina, Erdogmus discussed his goals of implementing curriculum plans and academic proposals that adapt to constant technological change. bit.ly/2srNpJD
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#cmuece's Lujo Bauer comments on facial recognition technology and its ability to recognize human emotions in a recent Vocativ article. voc.tv/2sXFFOG

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Student wins Best Presentation at CPS Week for talk on wireless propagation-aware clock synchronization platform. bit.ly/2q39QXU

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After a trip to a bar resulted in a long wait for service, #cmuece alum Ian Glasner conceived the idea for Refill, a mobile app that allows you to place drink orders from your phone. Along with a group of current CMU design and engineering students, Glasner hopes to give smaller companies the same mobile efficiency that large corporations current employ. usat.ly/2l8zLHT

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Phil Koopman was quoted in an article for de Volkskrant which examined the fundamental problem of self-driving vehicles: car manufacturers’ inability to prove that these vehicles are safer than standard vehicles. bit.ly/2iZITQA 
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Congratulations! cmuece's Jelena Kovačević has been honored with the IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Achievement Award. #SignalProcessing bit.ly/2hRigxy 
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