New Master's for Privacy EngineersTuesday, October 16, 2012
New Master's for Privacy EngineersTo safeguard privacy in this age of Big Data and easy web access, there is a growing need for experts with a unique combination of technological know-how and policy savvy. Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science will provide this expertise with a new first-of-its-kind master's degree program for privacy engineers.
Norman Sadeh to present at the Personal Democracy ForumMonday, June 11, 2012
Norman Sadeh to present at the Personal Democracy ForumISR Professor Norman Sadeh will be presenting on a panel at the Personal Democracy Forum 2012 conference.
Livehoods - A new way to understand a city using social mediaThursday, May 03, 2012
Livehoods - A new way to understand a city using social mediaResearchers from ISR and HCII have developed Livehoods, a way to conceptualize the dynamics, structure, and character of a city by analyzing the social media its residents generate.
Jane Miller receives Outstanding Staff AwardThursday, February 23, 2012
Jane Miller receives Outstanding Staff AwardSCS Dean Randy Bryant presented a number of staff awards at the first annual Founders' Day Celebration on February 23. Among the recipients was Jane Miller, associate director of foreign initiatives/program manager in ISR's Software Engineering Professional Programs, who received the Outstanding Staff Award.
NITRD Symposium Features Wing and ScherlisThursday, February 16, 2012
NITRD Symposium Features Wing and ScherlisJeannette Wing, head of the Computer Science Department, and Bill Scherlis, director of the Institute for Software Research, are among the speakers Thursday at a day-long symposium in Washington, D.C., celebrating two decades of achievements by the federal Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) program.
Norman Sadeh Speaks About Search, Seizure and GPSTuesday, November 08, 2011
Norman Sadeh Speaks About Search, Seizure and GPSISR professor Norman Sadeh was featured in an article about a recent Supreme Court case on the nature of privacy and GPS tracking.
Kathleen Carley featured in Carnegie Mellon TodaySaturday, October 01, 2011
Kathleen Carley featured in Carnegie Mellon TodayProfessor Kathleen M. Carley is featured in the October 2011 (Volume 8, Number 4) issue of Carnegie Mellon Today. The article is titled "Nowhere to Hide" and is written by Melissa Silmore.
CMU Spin-Offs Receive Major Funding From Venture Capital FirmsThursday, July 14, 2011
CMU Spin-Offs Receive Major Funding From Venture Capital Firms
CMU News features MSIT e-business graduate Emilio GuemezThursday, June 09, 2011
CMU News features MSIT e-business graduate Emilio Guemez
Robert Bocchino Wins ACM SIGPLAN Dissertation AwardMonday, June 06, 2011
Robert Bocchino Wins ACM SIGPLAN Dissertation AwardPostdoctoral Associate Robert Bocchino has been awarded the ACM SIGPLAN Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award for his 2010 Ph.D. thesis at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Kathleen Carley: Predicting ChangeSunday, May 01, 2011
Kathleen Carley: Predicting ChangeProfessor Kathleen M. Carley is featured on the Carnegie Mellon University homepage. The corresponding news article is in the Next Generation Computing section and the article is titled "Predicting Change."
Professor Kathleen M. Carley receives Simmel AwardTuesday, February 01, 2011
Professor Kathleen M. Carley receives Simmel AwardProfessor Kathleen M. Carley received the Simmel Award from the International Network for Social Network Analysis.
ISR Open House and Space DedicationFriday, November 05, 2010
ISR Open House and Space DedicationISR held its Space Dedication and Open House on November 5, 2010, to celebrate its new home and to showcase its academic and research programs.
Ciera Jaspan wins OOPSLA/SPLASH student research competitionWednesday, October 27, 2010
Ciera Jaspan wins OOPSLA/SPLASH student research competitionISR Software Engineering Ph.D. student Ciera Jaspan won first place in the OOPSLA/SPLASH ACM student research competition last week.
2010 Siebel Scholars AnnouncedThursday, August 05, 2010
2010 Siebel Scholars AnnouncedRandy Bryant, Dean of the School of Computer Science, has announced the selection of 5 SCS graduate students as Siebel Scholars, including Michael Benish and Jana Diesner from the ISR Ph.D. program in Computation, Organizations and Society.
CASOS hosts 10th annual Summer InstituteFriday, June 04, 2010