Yasamin Mostofi's lab develops a new technique to tackle a tough technological problem.
The setup in Mostofi lab used to demonstrate how wifi can be used to image still objects through a wall.
Sep 12, 2023
Artist's conceptual rendering of a quantum magnetometer on a chip. Illustration by Brian Long
Aug 31, 2023
Collaborative grant aimed at making quantum technologies real.
UC Santa Barbara chemical engineering major Jessy Gonzalez explains his summer research project during a poster session sponsored by the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships (CSEP).
Aug 21, 2023
Dozens of undergraduate students presented their summer research projects and reflected on their academic and personal growth.
The method can allow empty detergent bottles to be made into detergent.
Aug 16, 2023
UCSB chemical engineer Susannah Scott's method gives single-use plastics a second life.
Concept illustration depicting the trap-assisted Auger-Meitner process at a calcium substitutional impurity (blue) in a gallium nitride crystal lattice (green and silver spheres). An incoming electron (red) gets trapped in a localized state (purple), and its energy is transferred to another electron. Illustration by Fangzhou Zhao.
Aug 02, 2023
Research at UC Santa Barbara reveals how a phenomenon first discovered 100 years ago impacts state-of-the-art devices.
Artist's concept illustration depicting a stack of heterogenous materials similar those used in this project. Illustration by Brian Long
Jul 27, 2023
3D integration of monolithic and heterogeneous layers allows the Bowers lab to achieve an important milestone.
UC Santa Barbara’s Materials Research Laboratory (MRL) has received its seventh consecutive major grant from the National Science Foundation.
Jun 29, 2023
The Materials Research Laboratory received its seventh consecutive major grant from the National Science Foundation.
Computer science assistant professor Misha Sra. Photograph by Lilli McKinney
Jun 29, 2023
The UCSB computer science assistant professor is using AI to make all kinds of learning accessible.
An image of the newly developed transmitter assembly. The small, brownish chip on the left is the electronic integrated circuit (EIC), and the larger, black-and-gold chip on the right is the photonic integrated circuit (PIC). The long structure on the left side of the PIC is the modulator, which converts the electrical signal into an optical one. Light gets coupled into and out of the chip through the fibers on the right side of the PIC. Everything is mounted on a printed circuit board (PCB), with gold wire bonds connecting the chips. Data flows from left to right, where the incoming electrical signal gets amplified by the EIC, converted to an optical signal by the PIC, and sent out via fiber to its destination.
Jun 22, 2023
Holistic co-design of photonics, electronics, and packaging enables faster, more-efficient data transfer.
Leeta team members, Kira Wyckoff (left)) and Linus Kautzsch (far right), with their advisor Ram Seshadri
Jun 01, 2023
The team received $12,000 in prizes for their novel manufacturing process to produce high-demand battery materials.
Materials PhD students Tanay Tak (left) and Bailey Rhodes, 2023 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellows
May 24, 2023
Pair of materials PhD students win prestigious fellowships from the Department of Defense.
UCSB postdoctoral researcher Chen Shang
May 16, 2023
A UCSB postdoctoral scholar earns international recognition for his innovative research.
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