Let’s talk: information interoperability for the smart electrical grid
Steve Ray, a distinguished research fellow at Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley, works at the intersection of smart machines and interoperability—or machine to machine interaction and understanding. Currently, he is looking at how communication between consumers and utilities can improve efficiency and lower the cost of energy transmitted through the smart electrical grid.
CMU Professors Advance Flipped Classroom Format
Cécile Péraire and Hakan Erdogmus, professors at CMU Silicon Valley, use the “flipped classroom” format to teach a graduate Foundations of Software Engineering class (FSE). They wrote two papers about their experience, sharing the struggles and triumphs they faced as they worked toward a more efficient, helpful classroom model.
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