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Enhancement on spacecraft propulsion technology “solar sails” will likely lead to novel interstellar missions. UCLA Engineering professor Artur Davoyan led a team of scientists
Two assistant professors of computer science at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, Kai-Wei Chang and Cho-Jui Hsieh, have each received a $60,000 award from Google’s
Two UCLA civil and environmental engineering graduate students — Onja Davidson and Renan Valenca —have received the 2021-2022 Science Fellowships from the Los Angeles
As part of a renewed commitment to increase equity and diversity in the fields of engineering and computer science, the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering hosted in spring
UCLA computer science alumna Nithya Ramanathan, Ph.D. ’08 has been selected as a 2021 TED Fellow for her leadership in using data and technology to improve the health of people around the world.
Dylan Dickstein, a Ph.D. candidate in aerospace engineering, is back to everyday life on Earth after leading a two-week Martian simulation experiment this past spring.