Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley Announces Connected Embedded Systems Concentration Offered Through the Software Engineering Graduate Program

Mobile computing is rapidly overshadowing the PC world but with a new generation of computing –the Internet of Things– on the rise, CMU-SV’s offering of a Connected Embedded Track situates the university and its students on the cutting-edge of this emerging field.
“Offering this concentration will allow our campus to contribute to a space that will be really big in the future,” said Dr. Martin Griss, Director, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley & Associate Dean, College of Engineering. “As billions of devices are connected through the Internet, we need to understand how to use these connected devices in applications. This concentration ties together our software side and our Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE side).”