Masters Degree in Engineering & Technology Innovation Management (E&TIM)
Welcome to E&TIM
Carnegie Mellon University invites engineering and other technical professionals to earn a one-year, interdisciplinary MS degree in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management (E&TIM).
From nanotechnology to critical infrastructure, biomedical engineering to the environment, energy to information technology, today's opportunities and challenges have both technical and management dimensions.
The E&TIM program equips students for meaningful careers as leaders in innovation and the strategic management of technology.
Congratulations to Project Olympus Spring 2013 Spark Grant Award Winners! Arden Rosenblatt’s, (CEO/Co-Founder | E&TIM/MECH E ‘14) and Alejandro Sklar’s (CTO/Co-Founder | E&TIM/ECE ‘14), PieceMaker Technologies, was one of 5 PROBE Projects awarded a $3000 start-up micro-grant from the Olympus Spark Grant fund.
Alumnus Prajakta Kulkarni (ETIM '09) reminds innovators: "The America Invents Act is Coming: Three IP Management Capabilities You Need Before March 2013." Her co-authored article was featured in Kalypso consulting agency's Viewpoints.
Alumnus Harris Kyriakou (ETIM '09) was interviewed for Columbia College's Columbia Chroniclefor his research experience in 3D printing. This research has also been featured in a paper he has co-authored, "Networks of Innovation in 3D Printing," presented at the September 2012 Workshop on Information in Networks in NYC.
Congratulations to 2013 Heinz College's Social Innovation Solutions Challenge participants! E&TIMers include: Jillian Chen, 1st place team for a social media site for Latin American school teachers; Prateek Arora, 2nd place team for a backpack-like water transportation and filtration system; Dhir Kothari, 3rd place team for a nutrient bar with an oral re-hydration solution; and Anisha Jhaveri, Apeksha Mehta, and Ameya Bhat, 4th place team for rehabilitation equipment for paraplegics using NASA anti-gravity technology and electric stimulation.
Dr. Raul Valdes-Perez was the guest speaker at "Celebration of E&TIM 2012," an annual end-of-year celebration for E&TIM students. Dr. Valdes-Perez received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University and has been a member of the computer science faculty. As a high tech entrepreneur, he co-founded and served as CEO of Vivisimo, which was bought by IBM in 2012. Dr. Valdes-Perez is also the author of the 2012 book “Advice is for Winners."
This September, Forbes India featured Lenny An (ETIM '12) as part of an article about American students interning in India. Lenny spent his summer in Bangalore, interning with Infosys.
As a PENSA Design Studio summer intern, Vikash Balasubramanian (Dual Degree ETIM/MechE '13) worked on a team to develop and build a prototype for Street Charge— a unique, solar-powered USB charging station recently installed for public use in Brooklyn, NY. See NY Daily News for more details and plans for future installations.
For more news about E&TIM, check out the Highlights page.
Technology Innovation Management (E&TIM)
129 Baker Hall
Department of Engineering and Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890