UCLA Computational Biologist Named ISCB Fellow Eran Halperin, UCLA
professor of computer science, human genetics, computational medicine
and anesthesiology, has been elected as a fellow of the International
Society for Computational Biology, a leading professional organization
for computational biology and bioinformatics.
Professor Featured in Wall Street Journal on Work-From-Home Tech Xiang “Anthony” Chen,
an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering whose
research centers on how humans interact with computers, was highlighted
in a March 9 Wall Street Journal article on the evolution of laptop
technologies for the work-from-home era.
UCLA Research on Deep Learning Enables Single-Shot Autofocus in Microscopy Applications A research led by
Prof. Aydogan Ozcan, an associate director of the UCLA California
NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) and the Volgenau Chair for Engineering
Innovation at the electrical and computer engineering department at
UCLA, opens up new opportunities for rapid microscopic imaging of large
sample areas, reducing the photon dose and phototoxicity on the sample
as detailed in this LaserFocusWorld article.