• IN RECOGNITION

    COE highlights members of the Hispanic community who have made or are currently making remarkable contributions to engineering.

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    COE Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month
  • HIRING THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST

    Among public universities, UCSB has had the highest percentage of assistant professors in engineering and sciences win NSF Early CAREER Awards between 2016-'21.

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    UCSB has ranked among the world's top two public universities for scientific impact of research in engineering and physical sciences for the past eleven years. (Leiden Rankings, 2011-2021)

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Rachel Segalman, professor and chair of the Chemical Engineering Department

Rachel Segalman, professor and chair of the Chemical Engineering Department

Peer-Reviewed Distinction

Chemical engineering professor and chair Rachel Segalman has been elected an AIChE fellow.

Artist's concept illustration depicting the setup that converts a continuous beam of light into pulses that carry data through a fiber-optic cable.

Electricity flowing through a metal coil generates electric (purple) and magnetic (faint green) fields. This changes the properties of the substrate, which tunes the resonance ring (red) to different frequencies. The whole setup enables the scientists to convert a continuous beam of light (red on left) into pulses that can carry data through a fiber-optic cable. Illustration by Brian Long

The Magneto Optic Modulator

Researchers create a device to streamline interactions between ultra-cold and room-temperature computers.

The college highlights members of the Hispanic and Latinx communities who have made or are currently making remarkable contributions to engineering. 

COE Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

The college highlights members of the Hispanic and Latinx communities who have made or are currently making remarkable contributions to engineering. 

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