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A New Neuromorphic Chip for AI on the Edge, at a Small Fraction of the Energy and Size

August 17, 2022

An international team of researchers has designed and built a chip that runs computations directly in memory and can run a wide variety of AI applications–all at a fraction of the energy consumed by computing platforms for general-purpose AI computing.

Time Bender

May 22, 2012

…favorite digital device showing battery power. The number line and its cousins—notations that map numbers onto space and often represent magnitude—are everywhere. Most adults in industrialized societies are so fluent at using the concept, we hardly think about it. We don’t stop to wonder: Is it “natural”? Is it cultural?…

Getting to a Zero Carbon Future

October 13, 2016

…exploring alternative fuels and battery storage for the entire transportation system. And they’re addressing the ever-increasing demand of providing clean energy for the entire planet, helping to grow access to fuel while drastically cutting pollution. “UC San Diego is stepping up to help guide the difficult process of decarbonizing world…

Studying Abroad Without Leaving Home

October 25, 2018

…get by when the batteries die.” La Posta Tribal Archaeologist Bobby Bolger lands a drone in his hand – drones are revolutionizing field archaeology. Goldstein and Bolger are a bit of an odd couple, perfectly matched. Goldstein likes to draw in the field. Bolger prefers newer technologies. Goldstein is a…

Making Mental Health Priority No. 1 in the Month of May

May 7, 2020

…are like cars with batteries, which need to be driven or we run out of the spark.” When you and everyone you know is impacted and stressed out by the virus, it can be draining, even if you have not left the house for days. In addition, dire current events…

UC San Diego Announces 2022 Undergraduate Library Research Prize Winners

September 1, 2022

…the problems associated with battery energy density or solar cell chemical stability. The knowledge I’ve gained from the Library has allowed and continues to allow me to exercise my passion and begin forming a career in clean and renewable energy systems.” For more information about the Undergraduate Library Research Prize,…

Passion and Persistence Fuel Biotech Startup

November 15, 2022

The startup AquilX seeks to commercialize a wearable device that offers a “lab under the skin.” But for Farshad Tehrani, the firm represents so much more.

Shooting for the Moon

January 21, 2021

…to replace a faulty battery charger. Photo courtesy of NASA. During her time in space, Meir also conducted hundreds of scientific experiments to study the physiological effects of long-duration human spaceflight—essential research to help NASA prepare for the Artemis program. Now, she’s looking forward to expanding that work as a…

Schmidt Futures Fellows Seek to Expand Promise of AI in STEM Fields

March 23, 2023

Ten UC San Diego postdoctoral scholars are applying artificial intelligence (AI) methods to their research in a range of fields thanks to support from the Eric and Wendy Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellowship, a program of Schmidt Futures.

Hari Garudadri: Improving the World Through Signal Processing, Step by Step by Step

July 24, 2014

Throughout Hari Garudadri’s career, three things have remained constant: A fascination with signal processing, a love for work with a humanitarian focus and (fittingly) the number three.

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