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."
Mar 24, 2017
Umesh Mishra has received the 2017 Distinguished Educator Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (IEEE MTT-S)
Feb 22, 2017
Tessaro's achievements in cyber security marks him as a leader in the next generation of scientific research
Dec 21, 2016
TMP is accepting applications for its inaugural Fall 2017 doctoral class. Deadline for application is Jan. 15, 2017
Dec 13, 2016
Professors Larry Coldren and James Speck honored by NAI for their “highly prolific spirit of innovation”
Representatives from UCSB, Allan Hancock College, Ventura College, Santa Barbara City College and Oxnard College collaborate in a Regional Alliance to enhance their engineering curricula for ESTEEM scholars
Nov 28, 2016
NSF-funded program, ESTEEM, gives academically strong, low-income engineering undergraduates get the boost they need for academic success
Apr 13, 2016
Student engineers at UCSB are recognized for their work in promoting photonics in the community