March 23, 2015
…213 reasons to attend Research Expo at the University of California, San Diego on April 16. That’s because 213 graduate students in engineering and computer science will present their research at the Research Expo poster session. This UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering event includes four 20-minute faculty talks…
February 25, 2015
…Professors leading four new research centers at the University of California, San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering will speak at Research Expo on April 16, 2015. The faculty talks will focus on cutting-edge research in wearable sensors, extreme events research, sustainable power and energy, and visual computing. Learn more about…
May 1, 2023
Ross Greer, an electrical and computer engineering graduate student at UC San Diego, won the grand prize at Research Expo 2023 for his work on a technology that could enable vehicles to drive more autonomously and decide when the driver is prepared to take back control of the wheel.
April 4, 2013
…See the Future? Attend Research Expo Time machines? Not yet. But at Research Expo on April 18, you can talk to Jacobs School of Engineering graduate students who are working on the future. They’ll present advances on tattoo sensors for health monitoring, fire-fighting robots, solar forecasting, video games designed to…
April 8, 2013
…Engineering graduate students that will be on display at Research Expo on April 18 at the University of California, San Diego.
March 7, 2013
…UC San Diego. Briggs researches plant cell biology and focuses particularly on plant immune systems. Aside from being a main source of food, livestock feed, clothes and building material, plants also “give us medicine and natural beauty,” he says. As chief scientist of the 2013 San Diego Festival of Science…
April 19, 2022
Nanoengineering master’s student Tala Sidawi had her time in the sun at the 2022 edition of Research Expo. Sidawi took home the grand prize for her work to model how solar panels “breathe” water in real time.
April 7, 2014
University of California, San Diego bioengineer Karen Christman’s new injectable hydrogel, which is designed to repair damaged cardiac tissue following a heart attack, has been licensed to San Diego-based startup Ventrix, Inc, which is planning the first human clinical trials of the technology. Christman is a co-founder of Ventrix.
March 12, 2012
New green methods for making hydrogen fuels. Microrockets that can circulate in the human body without external fuel. Improved seismic safety in hospitals and other structures. New approaches to help utilities integrate solar power into the energy grid.
June 12, 2014
…the 2013 Supplier Diversity Expo at UC San Diego A Big Boost for Small Business Helping small, diverse suppliers work with UC San Diego From lab coats and Bunsen burners to carpet in a cubicle, it’s no surprise that a billion dollar research university like UC San Diego requires a…