Tessaro's achievements in cyber security marks him as a leader in the next generation of scientific research
UCSB scientists have proven that their concept of a three-dimensional pyramid-and-cross cell geometry could potentially by the strongest performance structure yet developed
Illustration of the charge carrier "traps" created by the addition of certain molecules to polymer semiconductor materials.
This new method will allow for the efficient design and manufacture of organic circuitry
The microHammer team, from l to r: Graduate student researcher Luke Patterson and principal investigators Kimberly Turner, Megan Valentine and Adele Doyle
The μHammer, created by UCSB reserachers, will transform our understanding of how cells process and respond to force-based signals
David Vandervoet's student photo taken in the 60s
David Vandervoet was part of the first class ever to go through UCSB College of Engineering from freshman to senior year. He shares some stories about the College in its early years.
Campàs' research focuses on "decoding the mechanical control of tissue growth"