The blockchain community at CMU spans the entire University, including research and other activities in the College of Engineering, the School of Computer Science, Heinz College, the Tepper School of Business, and the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
The CMU Blockchain Club is a student-led organization dedicated to bringing high-quality presentations and workshops to the students of CMU and citizens of Pittsburgh overall. The club aims to equip people with the foundational knowledge to reason blockchain developments from an engineering perspective, taking into account technical, economic and policy factors.
The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University established the Tepper Blockchain Initiative to foster innovations in the design, use, ethics, and regulation of decentralized, blockchain-based technologies. The initiative serves as a hub for all of the Tepper School's existing thought leadership concerning blockchain technologies, including active research topics and use cases, educational content, and industry partnerships.
In addition, the initiative seeks to further promote innovative blockchain and cryptocurrency activities by faculty, students, alumni, policymakers, and industry leaders.
The AMT Lab is a research center of Carnegie Mellon University’s Master of Arts Management Program, and serves as an exchange, a catalyst for innovative ideas, and a conduit for knowledge circulating at the intersection of arts, management, and technology. Members of the lab have done extensive research into blockchain and its applications for arts and cultural institutions, as well as artists themselves.