U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce meets with UCSB students and faculty as part of 2022 CHIPS and Science Act.
College of Engineering News
Tresa Pollock (far right) and others from UCSB meet with U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves (far left). Photograph by Jeff Liang
Dec 07, 2022
Art Gossard with the molecular beam epitaxy instrument he largely invented.
Jul 17, 2022
One of the true giants of materials science has died.
Professor James Logan Merz, a pioneer in III-IV compound semiconductors.
Jul 08, 2022
The former professor served as chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and as an associate vice chancellor at UCSB.
Professor Noel MacDonald
Jun 30, 2022
He was a pioneer in the field of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology and nanotechnology.
Apr 13, 2022
Materials and Chemical Engineering are ranked among the nation's best graduate programs.
The College of Engineering celebrates Women's History Month.
Mar 10, 2022
The College of Engineering pays tribute to pioneering women who have made tremendous contributions to engineering.
Sherylle Mills Englander
Mar 01, 2022
Sherylle Mills Englander brings broad industry-partnership experience to the California NanoSystems Institute.
Nikki Schonenbach (PhD Chemical Engineering, 2017)
Oct 28, 2021
Nikki Schonenbach work proved key to the vaccine's regulatory approval.
College of Engineering interim dean, Tresa Pollock
Sep 20, 2021
The internationally recognized metallurgist and materials scientist receives a temporary appointment to replace retiring dean, Rod Alferness.
Nelson Phillips, professor of technolgy management
Sep 16, 2021
The new technology management professor researches how humans organize and particularly how people and technology come together in organizations.
Nina Miolane, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering
Sep 09, 2021
The new assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering uses innovative methods to mine biomedical imaging datasets.
Jul 27, 2021
College faculty say Alferness will leave behind a legacy of future success for the college.
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