There are a wide variety of people and groups at/around Carnegie Mellon whose work runs complementary to our work at dSHARP. If you’d like to have your group included on this page, let us know!
The Center for the Arts in Society is dedicated to the exploration of society in the arts, including the digital.
The Community Robotics, Education and Technology Empowerment Lab (CREATE Lab) explores socially meaningful innovation and deployment of robotic technologies.
Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation works to distill the research on learning for faculty and graduate students and collaborates with them to design and implement meaningful education experiences. Two programs of particular interest are:
The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Enquiry is a laboratory for atypical, anti-disciplinary, and inter-institutional research at the intersection of arts, science, technology and culture.
IDeATE has a variety of Makerspace technology, including 3-D printers. While prior training is required before being allowed access to their spaces and equipment, such training is offered on a regular basis.
Language Technology Institute performs research in the areas of natural language processing, computational linguistics, information extraction, summarization and question answering, information retrieval, text mining and analytics, knowledge representation, reasoning and acquisition, language technologies for education, machine learning, machine translation, multimodal computing and interaction, speech processing, and spoken interfaces and dialogue processing.
Pittsburgh Digital Humanities (PGH|DH) is dedicated to fostering connections between Digital Humanities practitioners in the greater Pittsburgh area.
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, a joint effort between CMU and Pitt, offers access to powerful systems for high-performance computing, communications and data storage. CMU faculty/staff/students are eligible for reduced data storage rates on their systems. PSC also offers advanced collaborative support grants and training for people interested in the application of supercomputing in their research.
University Libraries provides access to a wide variety of digital and analog resources of value as source materials for research and pedagogy: