Beth Pruitt receives a five-year NSF award to study sex-differentiated heart-cell responses to stress.
Professor Beth Pruitt, Chair Biological Engineering, UCSB.
An illustration depicting a resonator ring sitting on a photon-generating defect in a 2D material, and associated waveguides.
The Moody lab develops a new method for on-chip generation of single photons.
B.S. Manjunath (left) and Upamanyu Madhow.
Two engineering professors join the National Academy of Inventors.
Professors Jonathan Klamkin (left) and Steven DenBaars, 2023 Optica Fellows
The leading scientific organization for optics and photonics recognizes a pair of faculty members in UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering.
Tresa Pollock (far right) and others from UCSB meet with U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves (far left). Photograph by Jeff Liang
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce meets with UCSB students and faculty as part of 2022 CHIPS and Science Act.
Laser light glows on the surface of a photonics chip. Photograph by Matt Perko
Researchers create visible-to-near-infrared-light lasers on silicon chips, paving the way for scientific and consumer applications
Ten UCSB researchers, including four from the College of Engineering, are included on Clarivate Analytics' 2022 Highly Cited Researchers List.
Four professors from UC Santa Barbara's College of Engineering named among the most highly cited researchers in the world.
Pollock and her collaborators have found a better way to predict failures in metal that can lead to airplane crashes and other unforeseen disasters.
Tresa Pollock and collaborators develop a way to predict the failure of crystalline metallic materials by observing the earliest stages of stress cycling.