Associate Dean for Digital Infrastructure and Director of Open Source Programs Office
Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has launched the Ecosystem for Next Generation Infrastructure (ENGIN). Building on its strengths in key areas of next generation infrastructure such as artificial intelligence/machine learning, decarbonization, manufacturing, robotics, sustainable development goals, etc., CMU will partner with a diverse range of organizations from academia, government, the private sector, and philanthropy. ENGIN will act collectively across these sectors in a manner that leverages the unique strengths of its network members and partners. The outputs from this center will include white papers or briefings, policy recommendations, convenings, and fellowships that coordinate and amplify the expertise and knowledge of the entire network. ENGIN builds upon the expertise and capacity of CMU’s open source programs office (OSPO) and open science program.