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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.

Metabolism of Autism Reveals Developmental Origins

May 10, 2024

New insights into the metabolism of autism from researchers at UC San Diego could help inform early detection and prevention strategies for the disorder.

UC San Diego Appoints Two Vice Chancellors

January 16, 2014

…leadership positions: Department of Communication faculty member Carol Padden has agreed to serve as interim vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion, effective Jan. 6, to ensure a smooth transition of EDI leadership. Steve Gamer, a fundraising trailblazer from UCLA, has been appointed vice chancellor - advancement with responsibility for…

Continuing the Mission to Democratize ‘ACCESS’ to Cyberinfrastructure

April 25, 2022

Science and engineering research and education depend on a complex and distributed ecosystem of cyberinfrastructure (CI). This ecosystem is made up of research labs, campuses and national resources.

Nine UC San Diego Professors Named 2011 AAAS Fellows

December 9, 2011

Nine professors at the University of California, San Diego have been named 2011 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the nation’s largest scientific organization.

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.

Minding Time

April 18, 2019

…and values of empirical science. Mandell stepped down as chair in 1977 and later moved to the Cielo Institute, a North Carolina-based center for biophysical theory and applications, though he retains professor emeritus status at UC San Diego. He was succeeded by one of his first recruits, Lewis Judd, M.D.…

Chemists Work ‘In Between’ Light, Matter and Imaginary Cat to Improve Technology

May 9, 2018

…Wei Xiong studies the science of “in between.” Specifically, the physical chemist studies mixed states of light and matter in order to better understand how the two forms of energy interact and communicate. Xiong does this by mixing light and matter to create hybrid quantum combinations whose properties he and…

Meet Carol Padden, Dean of Social Sciences

February 5, 2015

…Padden, Dean of Social Sciences Photo by Erik Jepsen, UC San Diego Publications Carol Padden, Dean of Social Sciences, Sanford I. Berman Chair in Language and Human Communication A longtime member of the UC San Diego community – first as a graduate student, then as a faculty member and, most…

Imagination Gets a Boost with $1 Million Gift

November 21, 2013

…Diego-based satellite and digital communications innovator ViaSat Inc. (VSAT) that will continue Clarke’s greatest legacy: imagination. In recognition of this charitable donation, ViaSat has been named Founding Partner of the Clarke Center. Clarke Center Events Dec. 3 Becoming Galactic: Citizens of the Galaxy Dec. 7 Galaxy Garden Workshop “ViaSat’s co-founders…

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