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  • CMU-R Students Gain Marketing Experience

    A team of Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda (CMU-R) students worked to support the development of an advanced research and marketing system for VitalMeeting as part of their practicum. The team, Vanessa Umutoni, Esther Kunda, Fiacre Mushimirwe and Merab Twahirwa, built two different marketable products, one of which is a short private meeting platform while the other is a public platform serving different customer segments with different needs.  Read More
  • Mutlu Awarded SEIF Microsoft Research Award for 2014

    ECE Professor Onur Mutlu has been selected as one of 12 applicants to receive a 2014 Microsoft Research Award from the Software Engineering Innovation Foundation (SEIF). The $40k award was granted for Mutlu's project "Improving Datacenter Efficiency and Total Cost of Ownership with Differentiated Software Reliability Analysis and Techniques."  Read More
  • Best Theory Paper for the Journal of Process Control Paper Prize

    ChemE's Rui Huang, Eranda Harinath and University Professor Larry Biegler wrote the paper "Lyapunov Stability of Economically Oriented NMPC for Cyclic Processes," which was selected as the Best Theory Paper for the Journal of Process Control Paper Prize for 2011-2013.  The piece was published in the Journal of Process Control, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 501-509, 2011. The awards ceremony will be held at the Closing of the 19th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) in Cape Town, South Africa, August 24-29, 2014. 

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