UCLA Engineers Bend Light to Enhance Wavelength Conversion Electrical and
computer engineering Prof. Mona Jarrahi led the effort to develop a more
efficient way of converting light from one wavelength to another,
opening the door for improvements in the performance of imaging, sensing
and communication systems. The study is featured in this Phys.org article.
UCLA Mechanical Engineer Receives NSF CAREER Award Mechanical and
aerospace engineering assistant professor Lihua Jin has received a
National Science Foundation CAREER award, the agency’s highest honor for
faculty members in the early stages of their teaching and research
WE@UCLA Director Honored for Campus Diversity Efforts Audrey Pool O’Neal, an
adjunct associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and
the founding director of UCLA Women in Engineering, has received the
UCLA Academic Senate’s 2020-2021 Staff Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Graduate Students Receive Prestigious NDSEG Fellowship Two electrical and
computer engineering graduate students, Mohammad Shahili and Benjamin
Domae, have been selected to receive the prestigious Department of
Defense National Defense and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
The Extinct Species Within The Scientist mentioned
computer science assistant professor Sriram Sankararaman in a feature on
how animals have the DNA of other related species, now extinct in their
genome. The knowledge could help piece together evolutionary puzzles
and address agricultural challenges.
Stretchy Hydrogel Mimics Motions of Living Organisms New heat- and
light-responsive polymeric material could prove useful for soft robots
in an article published in Materials Today on research led by materials
science and engineering assistant professor Ximin He.