2021 News

May 7, 2021

Yogananda Isukapalli, an associate teaching professor in the ECE department, has been named co-recipient of the Northrop Grumman Excellence in Teaching Award

May 6, 2021

Two Electrical & Computer Engineering students, Athith Krishna (Tesserol) and Mihir Shevgaonkar (Solaris) reach the finals of the UCSB Technology Management Program's New Venture Competition (NVC)

May 4, 2021

Kerem Camsari, an ass't. prof. of ECE, and colleagues conceive a device usually associated with stable information storage can be modified to be extremely sensitive to thermal noise, offering a source of randomness for probabilistic computing

May 3, 2021

ECE Ass't. Prof. Kerem Camsari receives the award for contributions to the theory and practice of low barrier nanomagnets for probabilistic computing

April 16, 2021

ECE's Shabnam Larimian honored by UCSB’s Academic Senate for excellence in teaching

April 16, 2021

ECE's Dr. Yogananda Isukapalli honored by UCSB’s Academic Senate for excellence in teaching

April 14, 2021

ECE’s Galan Moody receives the award in support of his effort to develop a new quantum photonic platform that allows for chip-scale quantum information processing with light

April 9, 2021

Rey and David Henke ’78 help diversify the field of engineering with their involvement in the Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA)

March 18, 2021

New names honor African American, Hispanic and Native American astronauts, and one cosmonaut to inspire the next generation.

March 8, 2021

“As a field, we look at the computing problems we can’t solve yet and think, ‘There’s digital computing, there’s quantum computing – what else is there?’” says Ass't. Prof. Kerem Camsari