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April, 2013
Applications are Open for the Faculty Exchange Program!
1st Phase: For Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 - April 30, 2013
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Gopala Anumanchipalli Receives IEEE Spoken Language Processing Student Grant more

José M.F. Moura Elected to the National Academy of Engineering more


July 5-12, 2013
VISUM 2013 
VISion Understanding and Machine intelligence Summer School

FEUP, Portugal more

July 24-31, 2013
3rd Lisbon Machine Learning School
IST/UTL, Portugal more


June 25-27, 2013
StudECE 2013
2nd Ph.D. Students Conference in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Porto, Portugal more

July 31, 2013: End of the idea submission period
Fraunhofer Portugal Challenge 2013
Idea Contest promoted by Fraunhofer AICOS


PRIBERAM Research Internships more
Blip Application Security Analyst more


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Madeira ITI New Facilities


New Facilities of M-ITI Reflect the Commitment to the CMU Portugal Program’s Mission
The Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI), a not-for-profit innovation institution, which was created in the scope of the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program in 2009, opened its new facilities on March 22, 2013. more

Sven Stork Successfully Defended his Ph.D. Thesis in Software Engineering
Titled "AEminium: Freeing Programmers from the Shackles of Sequentiality", Sven Stork's doctoral thesis aim was to study the implications of having a concurrent-by-default programming language. Paulo Marques, from Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia of the Universidade de Coimbra, and Jonathan Aldrich, from Carnegie Mellon University, were his advisors. more

Byron Yu Visits Portugal to Strengthen Research Collaboration on Neuroscience
Byron Yu, an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University, recently visited Portugal. The goal was twofold: to meet with several faculty members of Instituto Superior Técnico of the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, and to establish a co-advising relationship for João Semedo, a dual degree doctoral student in Electrical and Computer Engineering, who started his doctoral program recently. more

Mobility Initiatives Empower Academic Community
Ian Oakley, an assistant professor at the Madeira ITI of the Universidade da Madeira, was at the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University during the fall of 2012, as part of the exchange program of the Carnegie Mellon Portugal. The professor strongly recommends it to other faculty members. more

The Faculty Exchange Program “Was a Very Fruitful and Successful Experience”
Petia Georgieva, a researcher at the Instituto de Engenharia Eletrotécnica e Telemática de Aveiro (IEETA) and professor at the Universidade de Aveiro, spent three and a half months at Carnegie Mellon University working as a visiting professor and researcher, as part of the Faculty Exchange Program of the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program. more

Researcher Develops Technology That Improves Fan Experience at Super Bowl
There is no doubt that “Super Bowl” is the biggest sports event in the United States and also the one with the largest audience. For Priya Narasimhan, researcher at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), its significance goes beyond that: it is also at the same time personal and professional. more


Mambu Startup Obtains Funds to Expand its Microfinance Service  more
Feedzai Achieves Profitability with Application Focus more
Veniam ’Works Wins International Entrepreneurship Competition more

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