Four researchers from UC Santa Barbara's College of Engineering named among the most highly cited researchers in the world.
Ten UCSB researchers, including four from the College of Engineering, are included on Clarivate Analytics' 2022 Highly Cited Researchers List.
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.
Department of Energy provides continued funding for the collaborative effort to develop new technology.
Electrical and computer engineering professor Mark Rodwell, the 2022 recipient of the SIA/SRC University Research Award
The professor Electrical and computer science receives one of the industry’s highest honors.
2022 EECS Rising Star Sharon Levy, a fifth-year computer science PhD student
PhD student Sharon Levy is invited to an esteemed workshop that empowers female scientists and engineers who are interested in academic careers.
Researchers use scanning ultrafast electron microscopy to unveil cubic boron arsenide's promising photo-carrier transport properties.
2022 IEE Fellows Saurav Roy (left) and Kira Wyckoff (right)
Each recipient will receive $22,500 to fund research endeavors for one quarter.
Seventeen COE faculty have received NSF Early CAREER awards since 2017-'18. Sixteen of the recipients are pictured above.
UC Santa Barbara ranks first among all public universities in a key assessment of junior faculty in engineering and the sciences.