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Contemporary Artists Explore Notion of Solidarity in New Mandeville Art Gallery Exhibit

September 14, 2023

The Mandeville Art Gallery, located on the campus of UC San Diego, presents “How We Gather,” a group exhibition that explores how contemporary artists approached the multifaceted meaning of solidarity in the context of the pandemic.

UC San Diego Launches Robotics Institute

October 29, 2015

…essential to achieving true autonomy in robotics systems,” said Rajesh Gupta, professor and chair of the Computer Science and Engineering Department at UC San Diego. Gupta served as faculty chair of the visioning committee for the Institute. There are many different kinds of context including physical, emotional and sociological, Gupta…

From Self-Folding Robots to Computer Vision

September 21, 2017

From self-folding robots, to robotic endoscopes, to better methods for computer vision and object detection, researchers at the University of California San Diego have a wide range of papers and workshop presentations at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (or IROS) which takes place from Sept. 24 to…

ICRA 2022 Preview: from Robots Inspired by Insects to Helping Robots Navigate and Interact

April 11, 2022

From algorithms that help robots better navigate and interact with the world and humans, to robots inspired by insects, researchers at the University of California San Diego are making significant contributions to the field of robotics at the 2022 International Conference on Robotics and Automation.

Meet CARMEN, a Robot That Helps People with Mild Cognitive Impairment

June 24, 2024

Meet CARMEN, short for Cognitively Assistive Robot for Motivation and Neurorehabilitation–a small, tabletop robot designed to help people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) learn skills to improve memory, attention, and executive functioning at home.

Team Develops New “Attacker” Device to Improve Autonomous Car Safety

May 23, 2023

Researchers from the UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute and Jacobs School of Engineering have devised a novel algorithm to identify areas for improvement in autonomous vehicle security.

Accelerating Design Times for High-Performance Systems-on-Chip

July 27, 2016

Computer scientists and engineers from four U.S. universities led by UC San Diego professor Rajesh Gupta, were awarded nearly $5 million in funding from DARPA to speed design times for high performance systems-on-chips.

Engineering Students to Compete in International Maritime Robot Competition

February 17, 2022

…learning how robotics and autonomy can intersect with earth sciences. “I think it’s cool to be exposed to a different field of robotics,” said Szeto. “The maritime domain is not something I grew up with, but it’s super exciting to see different scientists and students be so passionate about saving…

Alumnus and Qualcomm Co-Founder Franklin Antonio Gives $30 Million to UC San Diego

November 17, 2017

University of California San Diego alumnus and Qualcomm co-founder Franklin Antonio is donating $30 million to the university in support of programmatic expansion of the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering.

Cognitive Science Alumnus Chris Fry Leads Twitter to New Heights

April 3, 2014

…people happy at work? Autonomy, mastery and purpose,” said Fry. “That’s why we started Twitter University—when team members develop a sense of expertise, it makes the organization stronger as a whole.” During his talk, Fry counseled students to take advantage of their time in graduate school. Although he only spent…

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