Kyle Lewis received the Jay Wright Forrester Award, the highest honor given by the System Dynamics Society.
In This Issue:
From left: Dotti Pak, Javier Read de Alaniz, and Ram Seshadri.
CoE Supports Materials Science at the University of Texas, El Paso, and Jackson State University in Mississippi.
A conversation with the practical, service-centered leader of QAD.
SpaceX CRX-15 takes off from Cape Canaveral in Flordia on June 29, carrying an experiment from the UCSB College of Engineering. Photo courtesy of NASA
In June 2018, a SpaceX rocket carried a UCSB experiment to the International Space Station. Zero gravity was key.
Martin Kurnik (left) and Kevin Plaxco at the bench in the Plaxco lab.
Understanding why proteins lose function when bonded to artificial surfaces.
A special section on sustainability-related work being pursued in engineering and the sciences at UCSB.
(Clockwise from top-left) Ram Seshadri , Rachel Segalman, Ania Bleszynski Jayich, and Jon Schuller
UCSB faculty work toward clean water, better batteries, quantum coherence, and human-like computing.
Jacob Monroe (left) and M. Scott Shell
How water behaves at a synthetic interface could inform how better filters are made in the future.
Clean-chemistry team: Mellichamp sustainability chairs (from left) Susannah Scott, Phillip Christopher, and Mahdi Abu-Omar work to "green" chemical production and product manufacturing.
Among the group's goals: Achieving green chemistry, moving beyond fossil fuels, developing cleaner catalysts.
Professor Igor Mezić's algorithms have wide-ranging application, from energy efficiency to environmental protection.
Igor Mezić's uses math for diverse purposes, from making buildings smart to tracking oil spills.
An architectural rendering of Henley Hall. The new home of the Institute for Energy Efficiency is expected to open in fall 2020.
These crossroads for collaboration are where giant leaps in knowledge and technology occur.
Artist's interpretation showing powerlines "locked" against attacking code traveling along them. Illustration by Brian Long
Professor João Hespanha suggests a new way to protect autonomous grids from crippling GPS spoofing attacks.
Aligned against attack (from left): Tevfik Bultan and Giovanni Vigna
Tevfik Bultan and Giovanni Vigna take complementary approaches to data defense.
UCSB College of Engineering alumni release a powerful new computer language.