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How will AI Shape Next Generation Wireless?

July 18, 2024

With 5G network connectivity now a reality, wireless industry and academic research leaders met at the San Diego Wireless Summit hosted by UC San Diego and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., to assess the state of 5G, and focus on how artificial intelligence could impact the capabilities of next-generation wireless systems in areas from digital health to digital twins.

AI Tool Spots Breastfeeding Complications from Phone Photos for Streamlined Lactation Care

July 18, 2024

In a step toward using artificial intelligence to provide faster and more accurate lactation care to breastfeeding mothers, engineers at UC San Diego developed a tool to identify breastfeeding-related conditions from simple phone images.

Paving a Road on the Moon

July 3, 2024

A team of aerospace engineering students from the University of California San Diego was one of 12 student teams selected from around the country as finalists in NASA’s Human Lander Challenge. The goal? To come up with the best solution to manage the lunar dust a spacecraft kicks up when landing on the Moon.

U.S. News & World Report Names UC San Diego’s Engineering and Pharmacy Graduate Programs Among Nation’s Best

June 17, 2024

U.S. News & World Report has unveiled its 2024 Best Graduate Schools rankings in Engineering and in Pharmacy, spotlighting the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences as among the top in the nation.

Mentorship Programs are Key to Student Involvement, Success in STEM

May 7, 2024

Engineering and computer science undergraduate students who take part in mentorship programs are more involved in campus communities than those who don’t, according to a study at UC San Diego. The study establishes an empirical –and quantifiable– connection between mentoring programs and campus involvement.

Hands-on Electrical Engineering Curriculum at UC San Diego Earns Innovative Program Award

May 2, 2024

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UC San Diego was recognized for its pioneering hands-on lab curriculum by the leading association for electrical and computer engineering educators in North America.

Higher Resolution Brain Mapping Tech Wins Big at Research Expo

April 25, 2024

UC San Diego electrical and computer engineering PhD student Andrew Bourhis won the top prize at the 42nd annual Jacobs School of Engineering Research Expo for his work to integrate thin film transistors into easier-to-use flexible electrode arrays, which could enable much more precise mapping of human brain activity.

Materials Scientist Awarded Schmidt Science Fellowship

April 24, 2024

Wonjun Yim, who earned a PhD in materials science at the University of California San Diego, is one of 32 researchers selected from the world’s leading science and engineering institutions to receive a 2024 Schmidt Science Fellowship.
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