UCLA Samueli developing tougher glass

A computational materials scientist at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has received three major federal grants totaling $1.3 million to develop tougher glass that can safely immobilize nuclear waste, as well develop new types of glass, for practical uses, that would be more resistant to breaking and scratching.

Samueli Startups: Engineering Entrepreneurship

At UCLA Samueli, there is no single path to follow. There are a thousand different ways you can engineer change. At a school named for one of the great entrepreneurs of the 20th century, entrepreneurship is just a part of everyday life.

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Honoring Dragonman, Tatsuo Itoh

Serene and soft-spoken, one would not, at first glance, assume that Tatsuo Itoh, distinguished professor and the Northrop Grumman Chair in Electrical Engineering at UCLA Samueli, is known as “Dragonman.”

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Class of 2018 celebrated at commencement

The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering held its 2018 commencement on Saturday, June 16, at Pauley Pavilion. Approximately 770 bachelor’s degrees, 425 master’s degrees, and 110 doctoral degrees were conferred at the ceremony. More than 9,000 family members and friends of the graduates attended.

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UCLA Blockchain Video Series

This first episode is an introduction to the UCLA Blockchain video series. It introduces the UCLA Blockchain community along with UCLA professor Villasenor’s blockchain efforts

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2018 UCLA Samueli Commencement Awards

Each year the seven departments of the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, and the school as a whole, bestow honors on graduating students who have had distinguished accomplishments and made special contributions .

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