A collaboration to engineer a solid-state laser customized to power more efficient light-driven catalysis.
Seeding new engineering for better light-driven catalysis (from left): Steven DenBaars, Phil Christopher, Shuji Nakamura
Feb 16, 2024
Dean Umesh Mishra (left in left photo) and donors (from left in right photo) Duncan Eilings and Alistair Winn just after the unveling of the donor appreciation plaque.
Feb 13, 2024
The state-of-the-art shop is poised to deliver big results for students preparing to enter the job market.
Welker Award winner Larry Coldren
Feb 12, 2024
The Heinrich Welker Award recognizes Coldren's contributions to photonics-enabling materials science.
BIoPACIFIC is a collaboration between faculty and staff at UCSB and UCLA.
Jan 22, 2024
Backed by NSF, the BioPACIFIC MIP unites scientists and engineers from the California NanoSystems Institute nodes at UCSB and UCLA.
Professor John Bowers
Dec 12, 2023
The IEEE award recognizes the UCSB professor for his contributions to optics and photonics
More than fifteen female faculty participated in the “Preparation for Professorship" workshop to educate and empower female and female-identifying graduate and postdocs who are interested in a career in academia.
Dec 08, 2023
Empowered by an inaugural workshop, female graduate students feel prepared to pursue professorships.
Jonathan Gartner is UCSB's first entrepreneurial mentor-in-residence.
Dec 05, 2023
His mission is to help those who have or plan startups to get or stay unstuck.
UCSB Materials professor Chris Van de Walle. Photograph by Lilli McKinney.
Dec 05, 2023
The award notes the professor's many contributions that connect theory to application.
Dec 01, 2023
Young UCSB faculty members are recognized for the promise they show for "great distinction" in research.
Electrical and computer engineering professor Galan Moody (right) says UCSB students like Amalu Shimamura (left), a PhD student in his research group, will benefit greatly from the partnership.
Nov 29, 2023
UCSB will work with Xanadu to co-create custom resources for students and develop training materials.
For the first time, high school students will compete in the international hacking competition, which runs Dec. 2-8.
Nov 17, 2023
Teams of high school and college students can register to compete in the International Capture the Flag event, running from Dec. 2-8.
A nearly $10 million grant will allow UCSB researchers to embrace a trend in the pharmaceutical and biomedical industries: automation.
Nov 08, 2023
A nearly $10 million grant enables acquisition of synthetic biology robotics systems needed to perform extremely precise research at unprecedented scales.
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