The university’s California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) has begun 3D-printing face shields to help health professionals fighting COVID-19.
One of the face shields the CSNI is prototyping.
Michelle O'Malley, associate professor in UC Santa Barbara's Chemical Engineering Department
The associate professor was among 156 newly elected fellows recognized for their contributions in research, academia, industry, and government.
Elliot Hawkes, Photograph by Matt Perko
A new, human-scale soft robot can move untethered and navigate human environments.
Engineering graduate programs at UC Santa Barbara were ranked in the top 15 among public institutions by U.S. News and World Reports.
The materials and chemical engineering graduate programs were both ranked in the top five among public institutions in the 2021 rankings.
Nicole Michenfelder-Schauser, Frank J. Padden, Jr. Award recipient
Nicole Michefelder-Schauser received the Frank J. Padden, Jr. Award, the nation's most prestigious student polymer physics prize.
Hyperspectral imaging and artificial intelligence combine to augment detection of methane leaks.
The campus will transition to remote instruction for the remainder of Winter Quarter and the start of the Spring Quarter through at least the end of April.
Yuan Xie (left) and B.S. Manjunath (right) received the Edward J. McCLuskey Technical Achievement Award from IEEE CS.
The IEEE Computer Society honored the pair for their outstanding and innovative contributions to their field.