There is perhaps no better time to hear from the man who contributed to the creation of internet than the present, when most of us are relying on the technology to connect with our communities, stay informed and access our school and work.
Each year the individual departments of the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, and the school as a whole, bestow honors on graduating students who have made special contributions and have distinguished accomplishments . Below is an overview of this year’s school-wide recipients.
Abigail Edwards graduated winter quarter with a bachelor’s in civil engineering. Now she’s looking for a job amid a global health crisis that has left millions unemployed.
Established in 1986 by the Ellis Island Honors Society, the Ellis Island Medal of Honor is awarded annually to a group of distinguished U.S. citizens who exemplify a life dedicated to community service.
Founding one successful company is enough to last most people a lifetime. Recently, UCLA students got the opportunity to hear from a man who’s started five.
Bioengineers from UCLA and University of Tokyo have significantly increased the speed at which large liquid droplets, potentially containing individual live cells, can be sorted intact and in bulk.
When UCLA announced that the spring 2020 quarter would be moved to remote instruction due to COVID-19, student leaders across campus scrambled to process the news and adjust their plans.
A research team led by Pirouz Kavehpour, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering in the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, is developing an inexpensive and fast breathalyzer-like diagnostic tool to test for the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
A machine-learning model developed at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering is helping the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predict the spread of COVID-19.