Supported by an NSF Early CAREER award, John Harter's research could have far-reaching consequences for quantum technology development.
John Harter, assistant professor of materials
Jan 18, 2022
Kyle Lewis, chair of technology management
Jan 18, 2022
Christian Felipe established the chair in 2014 with a $1 million endowment to Technology Management.
Raphaële Clément, assistant professor of materials
Jan 12, 2022
A recipient of the NSF's Early CAREER award, Raphaële Clément will investigate new materials for sodium-ion batteries.
Angela Pitenis, assistant professor of materials
Jan 10, 2022
Materials assistant professor Angela Pitenis receives an NSF Early CAREER award to study friction between soft materials.
Professor Tresa Pollock, Interim Dean, UCSB College of Engineering.
Jan 04, 2022
The society recognizes outstanding achiement and service by selecting one honorary member per year.
Materials assistant professors Angela Pintenis (left) and Raphaële Clément
Dec 13, 2021
UCSB ranks first among public universities in percentage of eligible junior faculty who received NSF Early CAREER awards between 2017-‘21.
(Clockwise from top left) Umesh Mishra, James Buckwalter, Igor Mezić, and Timothy Sherwood
Dec 03, 2021
The world's largest professional organization recognizes engineering faculty for pioneering research that impacted society.
A still image from the video, showing (from left) one steel rod (top) pulling away from the other, causing the liquid to stretch and form filaments, which eventually break into droplets.
Dec 02, 2021
The work captures the fluid dance of liquids as they stretch, break, and atomize.
Dec 01, 2021
Henley Hall achieves LEED Platium, wins 2021 American Architecture Award, other honors.
(Clockwise from top left) Xi Dai, John Bowers, Alan Heeger, Chris Van de Walle
Nov 16, 2021
Four UCSB engineering professors rank among the world’s most influential scientists.
Nov 10, 2021
Shuji Nakamura receives the 3rd Annual Richard J. Goldstein Energy Lecture Award from the ASME.
Artist depiction of a cell membrane (Katerynakon)
Nov 01, 2021
Nina Miolane receives prestigious NIH R01 grant to better understand membrane proteins through geometric deep learning.
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