Alban Sauret's lab group seeks to quantify the relationship between cohesion and erosion.
Associate professor Alban Sauret (left) and first-year PhD student Ram Sharma with the experimental setup to test crater resulting from the dynamics of result cohesion, turbulence, erosion, and transport.
Jul 15, 2022
The start of the gradient line indicates the first chemical synthesis of the relevant material. The light bulb indicates the recognition of its importance. Laurels correspondence to the Nobel (top two are UCSB).
Jul 15, 2022
Professors emeritus Anthony K. Cheetham and Fred Wudl, with Ram Seshadri, explain why, however, its impact might not be seen for a decade or more.
Chris Van de Walle, distinguished professor of materials
Jul 14, 2022
The DoD’s flagship award will support new computational approaches to improve efficiency of devices.
Mary Tripsas, technology management professor
Jun 20, 2022
Technology management professor Mary Tripsas receives a Distinguished Scholar Award.
Fifteen capstone teams showcased their projects during the Capstone Design Expo.
Jun 15, 2022
Judges award capstone teams for ingenuity and product development.
Mark Turiansky and Emily Williams are the recipients of the 2021-2022 Winifred and Louis Lancaster Dissertation Awards
Jun 13, 2022
Mark Turiansky receives the 2021-2022 Winifred and Louis Lancaster Dissertation Award.
Concept illustration depicts highly mobile electrons moving across the polymer. Illustration by Brian Long
Jun 09, 2022
A new material holds promise for the next generation of organic electronics.
Faculty seeking to develop breakthrough energy-efficient software are encouraged to apply for new seed grants.
Jun 08, 2022
A generous gift to the Institute for Energy Efficiency will support work to design the next generation of energy-efficient software
Hard optimization problems can be expressed as interacting networks of probabilistic bits. Efficient solution of these problems require making them less dense at the expense of more p-bits.
Jun 04, 2022
Collaborative research published in Nature Electronics shows promise of probabilistic computers
A concept illustration of four functional silicon chips enabled by coherent laser combs (from left): data transmission, microwave photonics (the use of optical devices and techniques to generate, manipulate, transport and measure high-speed radio-frequency signals), optical ranging (LiDAR; light detection and ranging), which can be used to determine variable distance by measuring the time it takes reflected light that was directed at an object to return to the receiver), and a neural network (a computer system modeled on the human brain and nervous system).
Jun 01, 2022
A new paper in Nature validates technology developed by John Bowers and collaborators
Students will present the results of their work through poster sessions
May 26, 2022
Undergraduates in UCSB's Data Science Initiative to present their capstone projects.
This jumping device, from the Hawkes lab, achieved an unprecedented vertical leap of approximately 100 feet.
Apr 28, 2022
A device from the Hawkes lab achieves the greatest height of any known jumper, engineered or biological.
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