UCLA-led Research Unearths Obscure Heat Transfer Behaviors Led by Yongjie Hu, an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, UCLA researchers and their colleagues have discovered a new physics principle governing how heat transfers through materials, and the finding contradicts the conventional wisdom that heat always moves faster as pressure increases.
Wearable Sensor Could Guide Precision Drug Dosing A UCLA research team led by electrical and computer engineering associate professor Sam Emaminejad has developed a wearable patch to analyze the fluid between cells less than 1 millimeter underneath the skin and continuously record concentrations of medicine in the body.
Go Ahead: Tell Gaurav Sant His Ideas Won’t Work Civil and environmental engineering as well as materials science and engineering professor Gaurav Sant is breaking the mold of what it means to be in academia. As the director of the UCLA Institute for Carbon Management, he is developing technologies that turn the tide of climate change.
UCLA Engineering Dedicates Boelter Hall Penthouse in Memory of William Klug More than six years after the death of former mechanical and aerospace engineering professor William Klug, the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has completed the renovation of 8500 Boelter Hall and renamed it the William S. Klug Memorial Seminar Room in honor of his lifelong dedication to teaching and his passion for seminars.