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Computer Science Professor Rajesh Gupta Receives One of Computing’s Most Prestigious Honors

April 2, 2019

Rajesh Gupta, a professor of computer science and engineering at University of California San Diego, has been awarded the IEEE Computer Society 2019 W. Wallace McDowell Award for his “seminal contributions in design and implementation of microelectronic systems-on-chip and cyberphysical systems.”

New Mandeville Art Gallery Director Ceci Moss Takes UC San Diego Into the Next Era

January 19, 2023

The UC San Diego Mandeville Art Gallery will open its doors March 4 under the guidance and direction of a new, dynamic leader: Ceci Moss, who joins the university poised to take arts education and outreach to new heights, building on the gallery’s expansive, 57-year history.

International Symposium at UC San Diego to Highlight Indigenous Voices

February 12, 2020

The greater San Diego-Tijuana region will get a rare opportunity to engage with contemporary Indigenous writing and poetry, part of an international symposium addressing the importance and impact of Indigenous language and literature.

Through the Looking Glass

February 16, 2017

…independence, thanks to the autonomy provided by the agents. Although an agent is assisting the Aira user, the ability to communicate with an agent allows the user to explore new territory. “Whenever I try to explain the concept of Aira—especially to a visually impaired person—it is hard for them to…

Qualcomm Institute Gallery Harvests Art from Noise of 3D Laser Scanning

April 10, 2015

An upcoming exhibition at the University of California, San Diego’s Qualcomm Institute will showcase art works derived from large-scale laser scans of buildings, landscapes and the environment. Autonomous Sensing ScanLAB opens April 16 in Atkinson Hall’s gallery@calit2, with a 5pm panel discussion with speakers Thomas Pearce and Matthew Shaw from…

UC San Diego Alumni Power San Diego Robotics Ecosystem

November 14, 2019

…panels on empowering people; drones for security and defense; autonomy in transportation; and artificial intelligence at the edge. Graduate students from many robotics labs demoed various technologies in a wide range of fields, from healthcare robotics, to soft robotics, to drone and autonomous vehicles.

Education at Top of Agenda at Mexico Moving Forward Symposium

November 5, 2015

…education, and by school autonomy and participation. Positive steps taken so far under the government reforms, he said, include mandatory exams for potential teachers followed by regular assessments and professional development, an autonomous evaluation organization for schools and teachers, and the creation of the nation-wide System for Education Information and…

Bringing Power of Prevention, Diagnosis to the People

October 22, 2012

“A Mercedes Benz isn’t designed to function in the Sahara Desert,” notes Dr. Eliah Aronoff-Spencer of the University of California, San Diego. “So why are we designing medical equipment for developing countries the same way we do for developed ones?”

UC San Diego Alumnus Gives $30 Million to UC San Diego

November 30, 2017

…the toughest health, energy, autonomy and security challenges facing society. Franklin Antonio Hall is scheduled to open by fall of 2021. Slated to be LEED Platinum or equivalent, Franklin Antonio Hall will provide the Jacobs School of Engineering with collaborative research, education and industry-interaction spaces that are critically needed to…

UC San Diego Announces Historic $312 Million Fundraising Year

August 9, 2018

More than $312 million was raised during fiscal year 2017-2018—a record-breaking amount for any San Diego institution of higher education in a single year. The funds go toward the university’s $2 billion goal as part of the Campaign for UC San Diego. Since the campaign was launched in 2012, $1.6…

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