$250 Million To Support Advanced Robotics Venture Led by CMU
Carnegie Mellon University in Australia is now listed on China’s JSJ website Announcements
CMU-A Holds Symposium on Tackling the Global Corruption Crisis
Professor Emil Bolongaita opened the symposium by declaring that “there is a global corruption crisis that’s being ignored by governments around the world which needs to be urgently addressed because it is sabotaging their economic reforms.” He presented the findings of his research on grand corruption at a recently conducted CMU-A Symposium on 2 December 2016.
Devising a strategy for South Australia’s data analytics transformation
A team of Carnegie Mellon University students is helping the South Australian government to understand and implement innovative technologies that enable “big data analytics” based citizen interaction.
Carnegie Mellon University’s team secures a place in the 2016 International Innovation Challenge Finals Awards
A team of Carnegie Mellon University students is heading to Canada to compete in the finals of the International Innovation Challenge 2016.
Team 26 takes home 2nd place at the Hilti Mobile App Competition Finals Awards
Over two hundred teams from universities around the world participated in the recently completed Hilti Mobile App Competition, at which three teams from Professor Murli Viswanathan’s Mobile Development course reached the semi-finals.
CMU-A team clinches TUN Data Challenge “Most Value to Cultural Data Project” award Awards
A group of Carnegie Mellon students participated in the Teradata University Network (TUN) Data Challenge competition finals in October and won the “Most Value to Cultural Data Project” award.
Chief Scientist of Telstra visits Carnegie Mellon Australia
Professor Hugh Bradlow, the President of Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering and Chief Scientist of Telstra, was at Carnegie Mellon Australia on 3 November 2016 to deliver a lecture for the Distinguished Speaker series.
Vivek Kundra on Leading Technology Innovations in the Public Sector
Carnegie Mellon University in Australia (CMU-A) hosted Vivek Kundra, Executive Vice President of Salesforce, on 3rd November 2016. During his visit to CMU-A, Vivek met faculty and staff, and gave an inspiring talk about his personal journey.
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