Nora Mattson Chief Technology Officer

Class of 2021


  • Cybersecurity tool keeps users safe

    There are some websites that you probably know you should not click on. They might have a weird domain name, or ads that tell you about hot singles in your area, or other seedy but innocuous symbols of internet malfeasance. The website's real purpose, however, is to give your computer some sort of nasty malware, or to obtain your personal information.

    SciTech | February 25, 2019
  • Penalty Shouts: Editor-in-Chief takeover

    This is Penalty Shouts, The Tartan’s sports column inspired by the The New Yorker’s column Daily Shouts. This satire-fueled column will focus on anything and everything funny in the sports world that is deserving of our comedic attention.

    Sports | February 11, 2019
  • Data visualization of the week

    Note: this data predates the building of the Tepper Quadrangle...

    News | February 11, 2019
  • Army touts CMU AI Task Force’s potential to transform warfare

    The Army Futures Command, said General John Murray this past Friday, makes the Army like “a startup overseeing a merger.” Though Carnegie Mellon has its fair share of students working at startups, academics, politicians, and Army personnel gathered this past Friday to mark a collaboration that is perhaps even more familiar for the university — the Army AI Task Force represents only the most recent...

    News | February 4, 2019
  • CS Academy launched by School of Computer Science

    Fans of Carnegie Mellon’s ever-mythologized 15-112 class, titled “Fundamentals of Programming,” will be happy to know that its creators, Professor David Kosbie and Professor Mark Stehlik have turned their eyes to another project: the creation of the website CS Academy, a free computer science educational tool aimed at high schoolers.

    News | January 28, 2019

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