2013 Graduate Commencement
Greek Theatre ceremony for Master's and Ph.D. candidates
2013 Baccalaureate Commencement
Ceremonies at the Greek Theatre, including Dan Mote's keynote speech
Plausible Fallacies and Inconvenient Truths: John Cahn
The eminent materials scientist delivers the 2013 Dow Distinguished Lecture.
Biology-based advances in engineering: William Sullivan
The CEO of Agilent Technologies delivers the Ernest S. Kuh Distinguished Lecture
View from the Top: Harry Shum
Microsoft corporate VP for search development on the Bing Dialog Model
Engineering innovation by design
Panel discussion at the 2012 Richard Newton Global Technology Leaders conference
Berkeley Engineering Today
Jun 19, 2013 Los Angeles Times
Student hacker wins award for wearing a 'white hat'
Berkeley computer science junior Skyler Rojas has been awarded $2000 by the Information Systems Security Association at the Cornerstones of Trust conference for choosing a career in cybersecurity. Rojas, who is interning this summer at Symantec, says his dream job would be "penetration tester" — someone who works from the inside to find network vulnerabilities.
Jun 13, 2013 Berkeley Engineering
$20 million Jacobs Foundation gift to launch design innovation institute
A $20 million gift from the Paul and Stacy Jacobs Foundation, announced Thursday at the Clinton Global Initiative America meeting in Chicago, will underwrite a new institute for design innovation at the UC Berkeley College of Engineering that will expand the role of design in engineering education, emphasizing rapid design and prototyping for manufacturability.
Jun 13, 2013 Contra Costa Times
Cal EECS professor receives prestigious international award
Electrical engineering and computer science professor Eli Yablonovitch is one of two recipients of the 2012 Harvey Prize, a prestigious international award for his "pioneering discoveries in photonics, optoelectronics, and semiconductors."
Jun 12, 2013 Berkeley Engineering
Hyundai Center of Excellence dedicated at UC Berkeley
The Hyundai Center of Excellence in Integrated Vehicle Safety Systems and Control was dedicated on Wednesday at Berkeley's Hesse Hall. Engineers from Hyundai and Berkeley will collaborate “to design the car of the future,” said Dean Shankar Sastry.
Jun 12, 2013 Scientific American
Small gadgets that make you healthier
A new movement that combines traditional medical record keeping and public health surveillance with data mining and mobile phone technologies holds great promise for patients and researchers alike. Steven DeMello, director of health care at CITRIS, says mobile diagnosis and surveillance could help blunt the impact of changing demographic trends.
Jun 11, 2013 Nature
Computer memory can be read with a flash of light
Modern computer memory technologies come with a trade-off between speed and retention time. But a prototype memory device, co-developed by Berkeley Engineering materials scientist Ramamoorthy Ramesh, combines speed, endurance and low power consumption by uniting electronic storage with a readout based on the physics that powers solar panels.
Jun 11, 2013 UC Berkeley NewsCenter
Lydia Sohn among Bakar Fellows pursuing path to marketplace
Mechanical engineer Lydia Sohn is one of five UC Berkeley scientists awarded Bakar Fellowships to help take their lab-bench discoveries into the marketplace. Sohn, an associate professor and member of the Berkeley Stem Cell Center, will look for ways to screen for metastatic cancer cells that have been shed from breast tumors and are circulating in the blood threatening to establish satellite tumors.
Jun 05, 2013 UC Berkeley NewsCenter
To improve today’s concrete, do as the Romans did
In a quest to make concrete more durable and sustainable, a UC Berkeley-led team of geologists and engineers has found inspiration in the ancient Romans, whose massive concrete structures have withstood the elements for more than 2,000 years.
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