Academic Community

Carnegie Mellon Receives Intel Funding To Enhance Student Learning Through Integrative Design and Mobile Computing

The Intel(r) Software Academic Program works to provide classroom tools to professors teaching courses in advanced technologies. The program builds relationships with universities to drive experiential classroom learning. The Intel(r) Software Academic Program is excited to start bringing Intel Internet of Things Technologies to students. The program has already seen success at Carnegie Mellon University.

How Broad are you Shoulders?

We've all achieved what we have in life with the help of others – by standing on the shoulders of giants as the old saying goes. Well how broad are your shoulders? Here at the Academic Community we are considering a program to help encourage mentoring among our members. We'll focus on parallelism content to start with, the idea being that those who are already engaged with putting parallelism into their course material and are active members of the Academic Community would contact other members who are just beginning to engage.

Bio Dr. Michael Wrinn

Dr.Michael+Wrinn3.jpgMichael Wrinn is a senior course architect in the Intel Academic Community, where he collaborates with universities to bring parallel computing to the mainstream of undergraduate education. Prior assignments include managing Intel's software engineering lab in Shanghai, and directing the human interface technology research lab.

  • 教授
  • 学生
  • bio
  • Academic Community
  • 订阅 Academic Community