Three College of Engineering faculty and one graduate student receive UCSB Academic Senate awards from their peers.
CoE award winners (left to right) Shabnam Larimian, Yogananda Isukapalli, Timothy Sherwood, Frank Zok
Apr 20, 2021
Three computer science assistant professors have received Google Research Scholar Awards, (left to right) Yu Feng, Misha Sra, Yu-Xiang Wang
Apr 16, 2021
Yu Feng, Misha Sra, and Yu-Xiang Wang were recognized for projects that could impact how future generations use technology.
Conceptual illustration of AlGaAs-on-insulator integrated quantum photonics devices that would enable chip-scale quantum computing with light (Graphic credit: Lillian McKinney).
Apr 13, 2021
Galan Moody received a prestigious NSF Early CAREER award to pursue quantum photonics research.
Examples of object hallucination. Captions generated by an AI model with low uncertainty values on left, and higher uncertainty values on the right. Photo credit: Yu Junxiao and William Wang
Apr 05, 2021
William Wang is recognized by NSF and the IEEE for his work to advance the field of natural language processing.
The materials, chemical engineering, electrical, and mechanical engineering graduate programs were all ranked in the top 15 among public institutions.
Mar 30, 2021
The materials and chemical engineering programs ranked in the top five among public universities in U.S. News's 2022 rankings.
Diba Mirza, associate teaching professor
Mar 25, 2021
Mirza was recognized for providing outstanding mentorship and recruiting women and other underrepresented students.
Mar 23, 2021
Fellows receive three years of financial support, totaling $138,000, from the National Science Foundation.
Yu-Xiang Wang, assistant professor of Computer Science
Mar 16, 2021
Yu-Xiang Wang receives a prestigious Early CAREER Award from National Science Foundation to advance differential privacy applications.
Steven DenBaars (left) and Shuji Nakamura
Feb 26, 2021
UCSB materials science colleagues have made key advances in gallium-nitride-based solid state electronics.
Tanya Das, Chief of Staff for the Office of Science
Feb 24, 2021
Tanya Das will implement the Biden administration's priorities related to climate change and racial equity.
Igor Mezić; photograph by Matt Perko
Feb 23, 2021
His innovative application of the 90-year-old theory makes it possible to solve previously unsolvable problems.
Clockwise from top left: Professors Linda Petzold, Sumita Pennathur, Dennis Clegg, Megan Valentine
Feb 17, 2021
Each is recognized for interdisciplinary achievements that have significantly contributed to health and well-being.
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