Fourth-year PhD students Elayne Thomas and Joshua Bocarsly have been invited to the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
PhD students Elayne Thomas and Joshua Bocarsly
Mar 20, 2019
UCSB’s Anne and Michael Towbes Graduate Dean, Carol Genetti, (left) wtih (from left) runners-up Lauren Menzer and Neil Dolinski, 2017 winner Leah Foltz, and 2018 UCSB champion Mengya Tao, who will compete in the UC-wide finals. Photograph by Eric Isaacs, Instructional Development
Apr 27, 2018
Grad students lay it all on the line — three minutes at a time.
Student presenters, sponsors, and interested attendees mingle at the Technology Management Program's 2017 New Venture Fair.
May 18, 2017
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.
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
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
ECE graduate student Victoria Rosborough
Oct 21, 2016
Q&A with Victoria Rosborough, current graduate student in Electrical & Computer Engineering studying integrated photonics
Sep 02, 2016
Rosborough, a PhD researcher in the lab of ECE Associate Professor Jonathan Klamkin, talks about her experience choosing the photonics life
Aug 03, 2016
Team Shellphish competes in the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge finals with angr-powered reasoning system Mechanical Phish
Jul 28, 2016
Alumni-founded companies SixPoint Materials and Freedom Photonics awarded $1M DOE grants for clean energy research and technology development
Jun 09, 2016
“My time at UCSB has been pretty rewarding,” said Myzaferi, PhD Electrical Engineering '16. “I love how collaborative the professors are here."