|2014 DSSC Fall Technical Review|
|August 14, 2014|
|DSSC Fall 2014 Technical Review
|ECE Hosts Local STEMM Students|
|October 10, 2013|
|More than 30 enthusiastic Pittsburgh area high school juniors and seniors from the Western Pennsylvania Summer STEMM Academy spent the morning of July 30th at Carnegie Mellon University.
|Bain Discusses Data Backup on Local CBS Affiliate|
|March 3, 2013|
|ECE Professor and Associate DSSC Director James Bain has two important messages for the modern computer user.
|Moura Elected to National Academy of Engineering|
|February 11, 2013|
|University Professor José M.F. Moura has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional honors an engineer can achieve. Membership in the NAE honors individuals who have made important contributions to engineering theory and practice, and who have demonstrated unusual accomplishments in pioneering new and developing fields of technology.
|McHenry Awarded Distinguished Lecturer Status by IEEE Magnetics Society|
|January 31, 2013|
|Carnegie Mellon Materials Science and Engineering Professor Michael E. McHenry will tour the world in 2013 giving more than 30 talks as a distinguished lecturer of the IEEE Magnetics Society.
|Save the Date: DSSC West Coast Review|
|November 28, 2012|
|The DSSC will host its West Coast Review on Tuesday, January 8, 2012 in CMU-SV.
|Berger Wins Buckley Condensed Matter Prize|
|October 22, 2012|
|Emeritus Professor of Physics Luc Berger has been named a winner of the 2013 Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prizeby the American Physical Society (APS).
|Experts Visit Campus for DSSC Seminars|
|July 3, 2012|
|The Data Storage Systems Center hosted two special seminars in June, when it welcomed IEEE Magnetics SocietyDistinguished Lecturer Gerrit Bauer and MIT ProfessorCaroline Ross to campus for talks on spin caloritronics and nanoscale magnetic films, respectively.
|ECE, DSSC Help CIT "Scout for Engineers"|
|July 3, 2012|
|ECE Professor and Data Storage Systems Center Associate Director James Bain stands in a laboratory on the Carnegie Mellon campus, surrounded by future leaders intent on his every word.