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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.
The Electrical & Computer Engineering department at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Want to fool facial recognition algorithms into thinking you’re Russell Crowe? Just ask a team of CyLab researchers to print you a pair of paper eyeglasses. bit.ly/2gIQKOE

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Today is #givingCMUday, Carnegie Mellon’s version of #GivingTuesday. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to give where your heart is. #cmuece is able to provide an engaging, enriching, and encouraging environment because of the support of our donors. Giving to ECE is a vote of confidence in our program, and helps to keep us at a competitive level with other world-class programs. bit.ly/2fHM8X1
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It’s going to be a beautiful weekend here in Pittsburgh, and you need to take your mind off that big exam on Monday. You could spend another afternoon on the couch searching Netflix, but #cmuece student Brandon Schmuck has a better way for you to overcome those afternoon blues. His app, NeighborYou, will help any Carnegie Mellon University student find where and when events and activities are happening on campus. bit.ly/2fAMNen

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Antibiotics have worked to save many people’s lives from bacterial infection. But as more and more antibiotics are prescribed and used, bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotic treatments, leaving the case open for researchers find a way to decrease this resistance. #cmuece's Radu Marculescu and researchers have developed #networks to study bacterial communications. bit.ly/2frWJXG

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#cmuece’s Brandon Lucia and Ph.D. student Alexei Colin to unveil first programming language for intermittently-powered devices at the 2016 Splash Conference. bit.ly/2eN4vdZ 
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Congratulations to Vyas Sekar, winner of the 2016 SIGCOMM Rising Star Award! This award recognizes a young researcher who has made outstanding research contributions to the field of communication networks during the early part of their career. bit.ly/2dqcL6v
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Congratulations to Carnegie Mellon University CyLab researchers Vyas Sekar and Soo-Jin Moon on winning NSA’s 2016 Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition with paper on mitigating cloud side-channel attacks! bit.ly/2e2jzGL

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Securing the IoT. Improving global literacy. Partnering with ANSYS. Undergraduate wing redesign. A lot has been happening the past few months, read all about it in our Sept. issue of The Circuit: bit.ly/2dszBWW

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#cmuece's Dr. Andrzej Strojwas honored with the 2016 Phil Kaufman Award for pioneering and sustained contributions to design for manufacturing. Congratulations! bit.ly/2d7j0cz 
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The wireless emergency alert (WEA) used in NYC last weekend sparked some debate. The outcome? It's clear that the technology needs some work. Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley professors offer expertise on the system, and how it can be improved. Via Fast Company. bit.ly/2cRkjvT
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