The Technology Management Program has announced the six teams that will compete at the 2017 New Venture Competition Finals, to be held May 24 in Corwin Pavilion.
Student presenters, sponsors, and interested attendees mingle at the Technology Management Program's 2017 New Venture Fair.
May 18, 2017
A light micrograph shows individuals of a Botryllus schlosseri colony that have arranged themselves into a star-shaped structure called a "system." A colony can consist of multiple systems, all connected by a large common external vasculature. Here, the vasculature can be seen extending out at the edge of the colony and terminating in sac-like appendages called ampullae. Photograph by Delany Rodriguez
May 16, 2017
An intercampus project linking UC campuses in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and Irvine will examine Botryllus schlosseri, seeking insights into the human vascular system.
May 15, 2017
Professor has made major contributions to study of inorganic materials for thermo-structural applications, especially for high-temperature engineered coatings and composites.
May 11, 2017
The chair supports a CoE faculty member "whose interdisciplinary scholarship merits a joint appointment in the life sciences or physical sciences."
A time capsule to be opened on the 75th Anniversary of the CoE was unveiled at the 50th Anniversary celebration.
May 03, 2017
Alumni from five decades gathered for the 50th Anniversary celebration of UCSB Engineering. Here, several of those who attended share highlights from their lives then and now.
May 01, 2017
Professor Larry Coldren is recognized for his significant contributions to optics based on semiconductor-based optical devices and materials
Final three of Grad Slam 2017: Max Nowak (right), Leah Foltz (center), and Eric Jorgensen (left)
Apr 24, 2017
Chemical Engineering PhD student Max Nowak wins $2,500 as runner-up at 2017 Grad Slam
Apr 21, 2017
Two students from the College of Engineering are among the nine finalists in the 2017 UCSB Grad Slam competition.
Apr 19, 2017
Tresa Pollock will develop 3D printing platform for new extreme-use materials
COE alum Rob Rankin posted with his horse Jackie.
Apr 18, 2017
CoE alum Robert Rankin came to UCSB for the waves, then rode a groundswell of success to a big career as a computer programmer.
Jiahao Kang (second from right) receiving the 2016 IEEE EDS PhD Fellowship Award from EDS President, Dr. Samar Saha (far right) and President-Elect, Dr. Fernando Guarin (far left), during the IEDM conference
Apr 17, 2017
Jihao Kang is the second student from UCSB to receive the annual IEEE Electron Devices Society Ph.D. Student Fellowship Award in its 15-year history
Apr 11, 2017
The 2017 Daryl and Maguerite Errett Discovery Award in Biomedical Research is looking to fund up to $75,000 for innovative research in biomedicine
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