UCSB researchers create hardware that enables speedier solutions to optimization problems.
Artist's interpretation of metallic wires connecting memristors in crossbar fashion, with spheres indicating electronic "noise." Illustration by Brian Long
Feb 03, 2020
UCSB assistant professors (from left) Alban Sauret and Emilie Dressaire
Jan 28, 2020
UCSB professors look closely at how to control the transfer of micro-particles when withdrawing objects from liquid baths.
Artist's concept depicting elements related to continuing Moore's Law. Illustration by Brian Long
Jan 08, 2020
Electrical and computer engineering researchers propose 3D integration with 2D materials.
The Center for Responsible Machine Learning at UCSB ties cutitng-edge research in AI with important societal impacts.
Jan 02, 2020
A leading scholar in machine learning will open the Center for Responsible Machine Learning's Distinguished Lecture Series on January 16.
Dec 12, 2019
A highly collaborative center, involving researchers at UCSB, UC Berkeley, and Univeresity of Texas at Austin, aims to develop transformative polymer materials for energy-water applications.
Google's quantum supreme cryostat with Sycamore inside. Photograph by Eric Lucero/Google, Inc.
Oct 23, 2019
UC Santa Barbara/Google researchers demonstrate the power of 53 entangled qubits.
Oct 10, 2019
During a summit at UCSB, AI researchers stressed the importance of creating an ethical and responsible foundation for machine learning.
A jogger runs on the beach on the cover of the Journal of Experimental Biology.
Oct 08, 2019
Mechanical engineer Elliot Hawkes devises a simple running hack to increase fun and efficiency.
UCSB professors Xifeng Yan (left), William Wang (center), and Dmitri Strukov (right) proposed projects selected for seed funding by the IEE.
Sep 18, 2019
Leaders at the Institute for Energy Efficiency awarded seed funding to two projects that aim to improve the efficiency of AI and machine learning.
Quantum Foundry co-directors Ania Bleszynski Jayich (physics) and Stephen Wilson (materials). Photograph by Matt Perko.
Sep 16, 2019
UCSB is named the site of the nation’s first Quantum Foundry, an NSF-funded center for developing materials to enable quantum technologies.
Raphaële Clément (left) and Gabriel Ménard propose designing a photoactive redox flow battery.
Sep 16, 2019
Assistant professors secure funds to design a new photoactive redox flow battery to solve energy storage shortage.
Sep 13, 2019
An interdisciplinary project, intended to protect the citrus industry from a bacterial disease, is one of four projects to receive seed funding from Institute for Energy Efficiency (IEE).
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