Dean Murthy Shares Journey as Woman Engineer in Interview with Alma Mater In a recent episode of
Destiny of Her Own, a webinar series featuring interviews with some of
the most accomplished alumnae of the Indian Institute of Technology,
Kanpur, (IITK), Murthy detailed the not-always-easy path she’s taken
from pursuing her degree to working in both industry and academia.
UCLA Awarded $3 Million NSF Quantum Science and Engineering Grant The five-year Ph.D.
traineeship grant from the National Science Foundation will aim to
advance the interdisciplinary frontiers of quantum science and
engineering. Prof. Chee Wei Wong of electrical and computer engineering
is the principal investigator. Prof. Ken Wang of electrical and computer
engineering and Prof. Ed Hudson of physics are co-principal
New Research Hub at CNSI to Focus on Quantum Biology Led by electrical and
computer engineering assistant professor Clarice Aiello, the Quantum
Biology Center in the California NanoSystems Institute is dedicated to
interdisciplinary research on the possible quantum underpinnings of
CNSI Awards Noble Family Innovation Fund Grants The new UCLA fund for
high-risk, high-reward interdisciplinary investigations has awarded its
first set of grants to, among others, chemical and biomolecular
engineering Prof. Yi Tang and Tim Fisher, chair and professor of the
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department.
Amazon AWS's AI team seeks the profound in the industrial Computer science
professor Stefano Soatto, who also runs applied AI at Amazon Web
Services, was featured in ZDNet for his transformational work in the
artificial intelligence sphere that combines academic and industry
Myles Johnson Might Make it to the NBA. But He Wants a Legacy Beyond Basketball The Los Angeles Times
featured Myles Johnson, a new center for the currently #2-ranked UCLA
men's basketball team, who said he chose UCLA Samueli for his electrical
engineering graduate study because of its top program. Johnson is also
the founder of BLKdev, a nonprofit he created to encourage more Black
students to pursue a career in STEM.