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Wireless devices used by casual pilots vulnerable to hacking, computer scientists find

November 10, 2014

…5 at the 21st ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Facebook Beats Books - and Faces - in Memory Test

January 17, 2013

…standard in informal digital communication – emoticons, all-CAPS, multiple exclamation points and the like – in case these were providing a mnemonic advantage. Still and still, Facebook posts were significantly more memorable. Nicholas Christenfeld “Not only is the ‘Facebook effect’ on memory strong,” said Harris, “but we replicated the effect…

Network Calculus Pioneer, UC San Diego Professor Rene Cruz, Dies at 54

July 9, 2013

Rene Leonardo Cruz, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of California, San Diego, and a distinguished scholar in the field of communication networks, died at his home from complications of pancreatic cancer on Saturday, June 29. He was 54.

Beaver Hydrologists, Mobiles and Chaos: 20th Anniversary Art Show Highlights

August 8, 2023

Anyone can be an artist: a doctor, a mathematician, a communication specialist. Compelling artwork by members of the UC San Diego community—staff, students, faculty, emeriti, retirees and alumni—are now on display as part of the Visual Arts Group’s 20th Anniversary Art Show.

Integrated optics pioneer, UC San Diego professor emeritus William Chang, dies

May 5, 2015

William S. C. Chang, who helped usher the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering into the electronics era, passed away April 25, 2015 in La Jolla. He was 84.

Facebook Beats Books - and Faces - in Memory Test

January 15, 2013

If this were a Facebook post, you would remember it – better than a stranger’s face or a line from a published book.

UC San Diego Professor Wins Top Information Theory Award

August 1, 2012

Using powerful mathematical techniques from information theory, linear systems theory, convex optimization, and functional analysis, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of California, San Diego resolved a 40-year-old open problem in the field of communication.

Complex Learned Social Behavior Discovered in Bee’s ‘Waggle Dance’

March 9, 2023

Researchers have discovered early social learning in insects. They found signaling communicated by honey bees about food sources—transmitted through a “waggle dance”—is an intricate form of social learning and one of the most complex known examples of non-human spatial referential communication.

Hungry for Love: Gut Molecule Discovered that Flips the Feeding-to-Mating Switch

February 9, 2022

Scientists have identified a molecule released from the fruit fly gut after a protein-rich meal that switches their focus from eating to courtship. The discovery of Dh31, a type of chemical messenger, opens the door to unexplored areas of gut-to-brain communication.

Spotlight on Faculty Research: Center for Human Development

May 16, 2011

…psychology and the behavioral sciences. More… Leslie Carver Leslie Carver is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology. She studies the brain basis of cognitive and social developmental change in the transition from infancy to the early toddler years. More… Christina Chambers Christina Chambers is an associate professor at…

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