Brian Walsh

Class of 2017

Articles

  • CMU researchers at NREC leave for future at Uber

    For Uber, a company that has become a household name in the U.S., growth is naturally in its sights, and has been since the company’s inception.

    Earlier this year, Uber teamed up with Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Department. Autonomous vehicles are the talk of the future of transportation, and Carnegie Mellon is a leader in research on robotics and self-driving cars.

    News | August 31, 2015
  • Department of Defense renews SEI contract for $1.73B

    The United States Department of Defense renewed its contract with the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) this summer for $1.73 billion. This is over twice the value of the previous contract agreement the SEI made with the government over five years ago.

    News | August 31, 2015
  • CMU ECE student indicted as part of federal hacking bust

    In mid-July, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) charged Carnegie Mellon junior electrical and computer engineering major and returning FireEye intern Morgan Culbertson for developing and distributing malware. Culbertson allegedly actively distributed malware on Darkode, a renowned online black market for malicious code. Specializing in Android security exploits, Culbertson’s malware sought mainl...

    News | August 24, 2015
  • International News in Brief

    Cantania, Italy

    With deaths of Libyan migrants totaling over 1,200 in the last few weeks in the Mediterranean, European Union foreign and Interior ministers proposed a change in immigration policy. These suggestions have been met with much opposition, yet garner support from those who wish to combat human trafficking.

    News | April 27, 2015
  • Secretary of Transportation highlights tech

    With the Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx coming to a school like Carnegie Mellon — a school with huge ties to robotics and technology — it was not far-fetched to think that he would talk about autonomous vehicles. He joined students at the university’s National Robotics and Engineering Center (NREC) in Lawrenceville last Thursday for a round table.

    News | April 27, 2015

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