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 Srinath Vaddepally (E&TIM ’12/ECE ’13) and Kaihei Takagi & Brett Bergman (E&TIM/BME ‘14), for being selected as a 2014 QIT Health Innovator Fellows! The QIT Health Innovator Fellowship is a highly competitive fellowship with a specific focus to developing meaningful solutions to healthcare plights through hi-tech products and services. QIT offers seven bi-weekly speaker sessions with leading area entrepreneurs for graduate students in healthcare professions, policy, public health, engineering, IT, or business. For more information about the QIT Health Innovator Fellowship, visit: http://www.qitcenter.org
- Congratulations to Arden Rosenblatt (CEO/Co-Founder | E&TIM/MECH E ‘14) and Alejandro Sklar (CTO/Co-Founder | E&TIM/ECE ‘14)whose company, PieceMaker Technologies, was selected to represent one of 2 CMU startups in AlphaLab Gear's inaugural cycle of hardware companies.
- 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.
- Congratulations to Project Olympus Summer 2013 Spark Grant Award Winners! Srinath Vaddepally, (CEO/Co-Founder | E&TIM ’12/ECE ’13) and Sreeram Kurrup (Product Manager | E&TIM ’12) who received funding for their first product Ristcall™ (Smart wrist band wireless call bell system) for their project registered as "Avyayah Technologies" in Project Olymus.
- 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 Chronicle for 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.
- E&TIM Dual Degree alumnus Max Franklin (ETIM/MECH E '11) was featured in the Fall/Winter 2012 Carnegie Mellon Engineering Magazine. Check out the story to learn how the program has prepared him for the workplace.
- 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.
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