Engineering students and Congressman Doyle explore the role of tribology in industry and the economy
This semester, Carnegie Mellon University students had the opportunity to share tribology research projects with United States Representative Mike Doyle as part of the course, Material Selection for Mechanical Engineers.
Alex Lavin: Launching a path from rocket science to AI
At the age of 26, Alex Lavin has already worked for NASA, completed a master’s thesis in collaboration with Blue Origin, and now works as a research engineer at the forefront of artificial intelligence. He explains how Carnegie Mellon helped him get here.
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