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The Electrical & Computer Engineering department at Carnegie Mellon University.
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#cmuece's Brandon Lucia and Ph.D. student Vignesh Balaji win Best Paper Award at IISWC 2018 for investigating how the performance of graph processing applications could be improved using a technique called Graph Reordering. Congratulations! bit.ly/2qyXDbm
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Help fund 10 Build18 teams through CMU Crowdfunding! An anonymous donor will match all gifts up to $3,000 for the sustainability fund for Build18.

Build18 is entirely student-run and primarily supported through corporate and individual donors. Without adequate support, we cannot accommodate all students interested in participating. By contributing to Build18, you help us provide teams with the essential parts and materials needed to complete their projects and gain hands-on experience.

Donate here: bit.ly/2QpBh7v
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As artificial intelligence moves from the stuff of dystopian fantasies — robots run amok — to the reality of everyday use, universities around the country are grappling with the best ways to teach it. And Carnegie Mellon University is leading the way.

Read The New York Times article: nyti.ms/2yLpeKK
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Gianluca Piazza has developed a new form of switch called the piezoelectric nanoelectromechanical relay. This device, the subject of a recent patent award, could be the key to replacing semiconductor transistors in many applications. bit.ly/2EVoZ5b
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Could vehicle-to-vehicle communication replace traffic lights and shorten commutes? A Carnegie Mellon University startup aims to manage traffic at intersections by harnessing the radios in tomorrow’s cars, via IEEE Spectrum. bit.ly/2zzicK2
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#cmuece researchers lead a $7.5M Office of Naval Research grant in collaboration with Penn Engineering and Stanford School of Engineering on simplifying complex internet protocols to build greater security. bit.ly/2zqMxKC
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Which online ads do you see? Techfestival reported on Anupam Datta’s research illuminating discriminatory biases in algorithms. bit.ly/2MDkwrC
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