Tanya Das will implement the Biden administration's priorities related to climate change and racial equity.
Tanya Das, Chief of Staff for the Office of Science
Feb 24, 2021
Igor Mezić; photograph by Matt Perko
Feb 23, 2021
His innovative application of the 90-year-old theory makes it possible to solve previously unsolvable problems.
Clockwise from top left: Professors Linda Petzold, Sumita Pennathur, Dennis Clegg, Megan Valentine
Feb 17, 2021
Each is recognized for interdisciplinary achievements that have significantly contributed to health and well-being.
Zoë Wood, Computer Science
Feb 10, 2021
The Santa Barbara native joins the Computer Science Department after seventeen years at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.
Newly elected members of the National Academy of Engineering: Rachel Segalman (left) and Craig Hawker
Feb 09, 2021
Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions for engineers.
Henley Hall, home to the Institute for Energy Efficiency
Feb 03, 2021
The grant will accelerate IEE's pioneering research into improving the energy efficiency of data centers and AI.
Shuji Nakamura. Photo by Matt Perko
Feb 02, 2021
Queen Elizabeth Prize recognizes Nakamura and others for their roles in inventing and developing LED lights.
Feb 01, 2021
From biofuels and other commodity chemicals to methane production, a new genomic study peers into the mysteries of a goat’s gut.
Robots at work in a warehouse. The question is how to balance the increase in productivity they can provide with the loss of jobs for workers they can cause
Jan 28, 2021
A bold proposal at UC Santa Barbara to decipher the secrets behind successfully integrating automation into industry.
Concept illustration depicting an integrated photonic quantum processor: Laser light coupled into the channels interacts with the rings (foreground) to create pairs of entangled photons (red). The entangled photons split and travel throughout the photonic circuit (background), which controls effective interactions between them, enabling optical quantum computations. Illustration by Lillian McKinney
Jan 27, 2021
Galan Moody receives a new grant to develop a testbed for photonic-based quantum computing
Matt Beane, assistant professor
Jan 22, 2021
Matt Beane has been named a researcher whose work will make an impact in the year ahead by Thinkers50.
Jan 20, 2021
Nikil Jayant’s contributions — including 36 patents — have enabled highly impactful technological advances.
- 1 of 29
- next ›