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Engineering faculty receive NSF funding for decarbonization research

A decarbonization project led by EPP’s Valerie Karplus has received a $1.5 million research grant from the National Science Foundation that runs from 2023 to 2025. Karplus’ collaborators are MSE’s Chris Pistorius, EPP’s Paulina Jaramillo, and EPP’s Edson Severnini.

Laughlin to retire after almost 50 years at CMU

MSE’s David Laughlin will retire in July 2022 after first joining CMU in 1974. Throughout his career he has received 12 patents, written a textbook, and was named the Alcoa Professor of Physical Metallurgy in 2001.

Davis to retire after storied career in academia

MSE’s Robert Davis, who has been the John and Claire Bertucci Distinguished Professor of Materials Science and Engineering since 2004, will retire from the department in July 2022.

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Scott Institute announces 2022 seed grants for five projects

The Scott Institute has announced its latest seed grant awards worth $1.42 million to five research projects led by CMU Engineering faculty.