Michael Chabinyc, chair of the Materials Department, and Sanjit Mitra, professor emeritus, are inventors on more than 50 patents combined.
Newly Elected NAI Fellows Michael Chabinyc (left) and Sanjit Mitra
Newly Elected AAAS Fellows Elizabeth Belding (left) and Yuan Xie
A pair of College of Engineering faculty were among the nine UC Santa Barbara researchers elected fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
UCSB College of Engineering faculty among world's most highly cited researchers (clockwise from top left) Guillermo Bazan, Kaustav Banerjee, Chris Van de Walle, Anthony Cheetham, Alan Heeger.
Only the top one percent of researchers in each field, in terms of references and citations in journals, earned the distinction.
Professor Giovanni Vigna delivers the keynote address on artificial intelligence as a security tool. Photo by Harrison Tasoff
UC Santa Barbara hosts 8th semi-annual UC Cyber Security Summit.
Google's quantum supreme cryostat with Sycamore inside. Photograph by Eric Lucero/Google, Inc.
UC Santa Barbara/Google researchers demonstrate the power of 53 entangled qubits.
Galan Moody, an electrical and computer engineering professor at UC Santa Barbara, received the Air Force Young Investigator Award to support his quantum computing project.
Galan Moody has proposed creating an integrated photonic circuit to improve the efficiency and speed of quantum computing.
The Association for Computing Machinery, the world's largest computing society, started the academy to empower the next generation of computing leaders.
During a summit at UCSB, AI researchers stressed the importance of creating an ethical and responsible foundation for machine learning.