The world's largest professional organization recognizes engineering faculty for pioneering research that impacted society.
(Clockwise from top left) Umesh Mishra, James Buckwalter, Igor Mezić, and Timothy Sherwood
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.
The work captures the fluid dance of liquids as they stretch, break, and atomize.
Spencer Smith in the lab with the groundbreaking Diesel2p.
The new device from Spencer LaVere Smith's laboratory has unprecedented capability for observing neural activity.
(Clockwise from top left) Xi Dai, John Bowers, Alan Heeger, Chris Van de Walle
Four UCSB engineering professors rank among the world’s most influential scientists.
Shuji Nakamura receives the 3rd Annual Richard J. Goldstein Energy Lecture Award from the ASME.
Artist depiction of a cell membrane (Katerynakon)
Nina Miolane receives prestigious NIH R01 grant to better understand membrane proteins through geometric deep learning.
Nikki Schonenbach (PhD Chemical Engineering, 2017)
Nikki Schonenbach work proved key to the vaccine's regulatory approval.
All-inorganic perovskites compare well with their hybrid counterparts in terms of efficiency. Illustration by Xie Zhang
New research demonstrates great promise of all-inorganic perovskite solar cells for improving the efficiencies of solar cells.