UCSB engineering professor John Bowers’ group develops a high-performance mode-locked quantum-dot laser on silicon, enabling blazing data-transmission rates.
Artist's concept depicting a mode-locked quantum-dot laser in action. Illustration by Brian Long
Matt Beane, Assistant Professor, Technology Management Program
In a TED Talk, Matt Beane suggests how to incorporate centuries-old training methods when working with AI.
A presenter at the two-day polymer-upcycling workshop at UCSB
At a polymer-upcycling workshop, members of academia, national labs, and industry take on one of the world’s most pressing challenges.
Artist's interpretation of the optical dynamics inside the laser ring cavity of the new Brillouin laser. Illustration by Brian Long
Shrinking a high-performance laser paves the way for broader applications of the powerful technology.
Computer science professor Elizabeth Belding
UCSB Researchers create an app that ensures anonymity and trustworthiness for minority groups using social media in authoritarian countries.
Professor Beth Pruitt
UCSB professor Beth Pruitt and collaborators create a device to help understand how cells communicate to form tissues under loading.
Artist's concept depicting multiple types of messenger RNA and micro-RNA combining along a vast interconnected web to power, and prevent overproduction of, specific brain cell types. Illustration by Brian Long
Researchers develop new knowledge about how messenger RNAs and micro-RNAs in drive and control cell production during brain development.
Professor Linda Petzold, Departments of Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering
Professor’s work in computational mathematics and simulation software is widely used in numerous fields.