ECE News

September 20, 2023

From impact to academics to outcomes, UC Santa Barbara ranks among the nation’s top universities

September 18, 2023

A new Amazon film and a People magazine article focus on the story of ECE alumnus and NASA astronaut José Hernández's journey into space

September 11, 2023

Researchers in ECE professor Yasamin Mostofi’s lab have proposed a new foundation that can enable high-quality imaging of still objects with only WiFi signals

August 31, 2023

ECE's Prof. Dan Blumenthal conducts NSF-funded research to pursue quantum-scale sensor technologies

August 31, 2023

ECE's Prof. Galan Moody and scientist Paolo Pintus conduct NSF-funded research to pursue quantum-scale sensor technologies

August 30, 2023

Unite to Light, co-founded by ECE Prof. John Bowers, partners with Direct Relief to send 600 solar Chandler Chargers and 150 solar-powered Luke Lamps to Lahaina, HI

August 11, 2023

ECE Prof. Kaustav Banerjee receives a UCSB Academic Senate 2023 Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award

August 7, 2023

ECE Prof. John Bowers and his lab researchers have spent several decades advancing photonic integrated circuits (PICs) – and now, along w/ Caltech and Anello photonic colleagues, they have achieved a significant breakthrough

ECE Spotlights

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Electrical and computer engineering students hold their second annual video game showcase
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"A Collaboration Aimed at Precision" with Professor Denise Montel and PhD student, Allison Gabbert from the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
ECE students demonstrate their software skills at a Video Game Showcase
ECE Professor Spencer LaVere Smith develops complex quantum mechanical imaging systems to precisely reverse engineer how the brain works
ECE Research Area: Nonlinear Control, Hybrid Dynamical Systems