A collaboration to engineer a solid-state laser customized to power more efficient light-driven catalysis.
Seeding new engineering for better light-driven catalysis (from left): Steven DenBaars, Phil Christopher, Shuji Nakamura
Feb 16, 2024
BIoPACIFIC is a collaboration between faculty and staff at UCSB and UCLA.
Jan 22, 2024
Backed by NSF, the BioPACIFIC MIP unites scientists and engineers from the California NanoSystems Institute nodes at UCSB and UCLA.
Electrical and computer engineering professor Galan Moody (right) says UCSB students like Amalu Shimamura (left), a PhD student in his research group, will benefit greatly from the partnership.
Nov 29, 2023
UCSB will work with Xanadu to co-create custom resources for students and develop training materials.
A nearly $10 million grant will allow UCSB researchers to embrace a trend in the pharmaceutical and biomedical industries: automation.
Nov 08, 2023
A nearly $10 million grant enables acquisition of synthetic biology robotics systems needed to perform extremely precise research at unprecedented scales.
Mechanical engineering assistant professor Yangying Zhu has received a Young Investigator Award from the Office of Naval Research.
Oct 24, 2023
Mechanical engineering assistant professor Yangying Zhu to investigate a promising cooling method for high-performance devices.
UCSB's Computer Science Department launched a new program to help students from underrepresented communities navigate the PhD application process.
Oct 23, 2023
Student-led program will support students from underserved and marginalized communities.
Oct 18, 2023
UCSB joins a federally sponsored regional innovation hub to help bolster microelectronics technology.
Kerem Çamsarı (second from the left) and his PhD student, Navid Anjum Aadit (second from the right), received a Bronze Medal during the Bell Labs Prize Competition.
Oct 18, 2023
Çamsarı and Aadit received the Bronze Medal and a $25,000 prize for their project, “Probabilistic Computing with p-bits: From Concept to Supremacy.”
Assistant Professor Nina Miolane (third from left) and members of her research group (from left): Sophia Sanborn, Adele Myers, Francisco Acosta, Bongjin Koo, Mathilde Papillon. Photograph by Lilli McKinney
Oct 10, 2023
Nina Miolane develops geometric statistics and geometric deep learning for imaging sciences.
Assistant Professor Enoch Yeung's Early CAREER Award will allow him to further study how the phenomena of DNA supercoiling and writhing affect gene transcription. Photograph by Lilli McKinney
Oct 10, 2023
Enoch Yeung seeks to visualize gene transcription and surrounding patterns of DNA supercoiling
The setup in Mostofi lab used to demonstrate how wifi can be used to image still objects through a wall.
Sep 12, 2023
Yasamin Mostofi's lab develops a new technique to tackle a tough technological problem.
Artist's conceptual rendering of a quantum magnetometer on a chip. Illustration by Brian Long
Aug 31, 2023
Collaborative grant aimed at making quantum technologies real.
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