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  • Researchers in the Smart Sensing for Humans Lab have shown that data collected from sensors in smartwatches can quickly train a millimeter wave doppler to recognize human movements and behaviors.

    SMASH Lab Uses Wearables To Train New Privacy-Preserving Sensors

    Data about home sales likely won't help someone looking for a car, just like information about basketball won't help someone playing baseb...

  • Changliu Liu, Eunsuk Kang, George Chen and Yuanzhi Li have received Faculty Early Career Development Program awards from the National Science Foundation.

    SCS Faculty Receive Nearly $2.5M in NSF CAREER Awards

    Four Carnegie Mellon University researchers in the School of Computer Science recently received Faculty Early Career Development Program a...

  • The latest issue of The Link, the magazine of the School of Computer Science, is now online and features a wide range of stories about the school's people and research.

    Latest Issue of The Link Now Online

    Researchers sorted through 38 million tweets from more than 7 million users to better understand how climate change disinformation forms a...

  • In a collection of articles published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers behind the COVIDcast repository reflect on and share lessons learned from their first year collecting data about the pandemic. PNAS featured the project on its January 2022 cover.

    CMU's COVIDcast Offers Lessons Learned for the Future of Pandemic Forecasting

    A massive COVID-19 data collection project led by researchers in Carnegie Mellon University's Delphi Research Group not only helped steer ...

  • Soccer-playing robots are among the artifacts on display in the "Looking Back To Move Forward" exhibition.

    A History of Robotics on Display at CMU's Hunt Library

    The Carnegie Mellon University Libraries latest exhibition highlights the history of robotics at CMU and the ongoing work of The Robotics ...

  • A CyLab paper about how people perceive advanced video analytics has received the Future of Privacy Forum's annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award and is one of its "must-read" privacy papers of the year for policy makers.

    CyLab Research Selected as a 'Must-Read' Privacy Paper for Policy Makers

    A paper by CyLab researchers about how people perceive advanced video analytics has received the Future of Privacy Forum's annual Privacy ...

  • Keenan Crane, Jodi Forlizzi, Jian Ma and Lining Yao have all recently earned endowed professorships in SCS.

    SCS Faculty Receive Endowed Professorships

    Four School of Computer Science professors recently received endowed faculty chairs in recognition of their work and to support further re...

  • In "Energy Uptopia," one of the games designed in Transformational Game Design Studio, players make investments in energy while trying to keep global temperatures low.

    Games for Change: CMU Course Strategizes Around Sustainability

    When it comes to climate change, a group of students at Carnegie Mellon University are ahead of the game — or, rather, designing it. ...

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    Games for Change

    CMU course strategizes around sustainability When it comes to climate change, a group of students at Carnegie Mellon University are ahead...

  • A blue bar chart of the 15 most shared accounts, and percent of people sharing them

    Account sharing sheds light on social cybersecurity

      Visit the original blog post on the Center for Informed Democracy & Social - cybersecurity (IDeaS) website.  

  • screenshot of tool that measures context, trustworthiness and thoroughness of content

    CMU Researchers Develop Tool To Help Determine When To Reuse Content

    Don't reinvent the wheel, the saying goes. But before using someone else's design, at least make sure it will be round.

  • a standard microwave is augmented with additional sensors for this project

    Software-Defined Cooking Using a Microwave Oven

    Despite widespread popularity, today's microwave ovens are limited in their cooking capabilities, given that they heat food blindly, resul...

  • screenshot of the interventions they designed, including an estimated time on feed

    CMU Researcher Seeks To Understand the Regret Behind Social Media

    It started as a desire to spend less time on social media. 

  • virtual group photo of the summer '21 students on zoom

    HCII Seeks Applicants for Summer 2022 Program


  • collage of MHCI student portfolio web pages, entire image has a purple overlay

    10 amazing portfolios from Carnegie Mellon students

    This post is from the Webflow blog: "We picked our favorite design portfolios from Carnegie Mellon students, made in their classroom, wit...

  • the double diamond research process is on the projector screen at the front of a BHCI capstone class

    Inviting Clients for Spring 2022 BHCI Capstone Projects


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    HCII at Virtual CSCW 2021

      The ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW) was held virtually October 23 to 27, 2021. ...

  • collage of 4 faculty: Bigham, Carrington, Ogan, Holstein

    HCII Researchers To Study Improving Algorithm, Computer Science Education as Part of CERES Network

    Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University's Human Computer Interaction Institute will collaborate with institutions around the world to ta...

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    Innovation by Design 2021 Awards Recognize HCII Projects

      Three HCII projects were recognized with four of Fast Company’s Innovation by Design 2021 Awards.

  • Put Children In The Driving Seat Of Their Own Learning For Better Results

    Children learn better when they are more active in lessons and have more control over their learning, says a new study.