A UCLA research team led by Prof. Gaurav Sant has received a two-year, $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a process to convert carbon dioxide emissions into construction materials.
UCLA Samueli transitioned its annual Discover UCLA Engineering recruitment event to a comprehensive virtual experience for admitted students. Alina Haas, an academic counselor who led the effort, shares her experience.
These past few weeks have seen a whirlwind of changes that impact each of us at school, at work, in our homes and throughout communities around the globe. I am writing to share with you, especially our students and their parents, what we have been doing here at UCLA Samueli to adapt to this dynamic situation.
The online master’s degree program at UCLA Samueli School of Engineering is ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report in the publication’s 2020 list of best online engineering programs.
UCLA engineers led by Prof. Richard Wirz have designed a biplane-like blade that could lead to next-generation wind turbines.
On Oct. 29, 50 years to the day when the first message on the internet was sent from UCLA computer science professor Leonard Kleinrock’s lab, a packed Royce Hall saw dozens of tech pioneers, business leaders and activists share the stage to examine the history and current state of the internet, and offer ideas on how it can improve.
Join UCLA Samueli on Oct. 29 at Royce Hall as we celebrate 50 years to the day when Distinguished Professor of Computer Science Leonard Kleinrock’s team sent the first message over the Arpanet from 3420 Boelter Hall. That historic moment transformed his mathematical theory of packet-switching into what would become the modern internet.
An inspirational light show spanning 10 decades of UCLA’s history kicked off our centennial celebration this month. Distinguished Professor of Computer Science Leonard Kleinrock, alumnus Vint Cerf, and Gaurav Sant, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, represented the impactful research of UCLA Samueli.
This Women’s History Month, we profile electrical engineering professor Danijela Cabric, who shares an interest with iconic Hollywood glamour queen Hedy Lamarr: wireless communications.
Thanks to a recent five-year grant to the Center for Excellence in Engineering in Diversity, 42 UCLA Samueli undergraduates have received academic scholarships of up to $5,000 each.