ECE News

June 11, 2022

A new paper in Nature validates technology developed by ECE Professor John Bowers, Lin Chang and collaborators

June 11, 2022

Collaborative research with ECE Professors Çamsarı & Luke Theogarajan and John Martinis (Physics) published in Nature Electronics shows promise of probabilistic computers

June 10, 2022

Graduating seniors in every undergraduate degree program in UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering recognize a faculty member each spring and the Class of 2022’s COE Outstanding Faculty in Computer Engineering is Professor Yoga Isukapalli

June 10, 2022

Graduating seniors in every undergraduate degree program in UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering recognize a faculty member each spring and the Class of 2022’s COE Outstanding Faculty in Computer Engineering is Professor Spencer L. Smith

June 10, 2022

Faculty at UCSB seeking to develop breakthrough energy-efficient software will have the opportunity to receive seed funding due to a new $450K gift to the COE's Institute for Energy Efficiency (IEE) from the Investment Group of Santa Barbara (IGSB)

June 9, 2022

Graduating students in each undergraduate degree program within UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering select one outstanding teaching assistant (TA) to recognize for his or her service and dedication to student success with Electrical Engineering Swetha Pillai receiving the recognition

June 9, 2022

Graduating students in each undergraduate degree program within UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering select one outstanding teaching assistant (TA) to recognize for his or her service and dedication to student success with Computer Engineering TA Connor Sanchez receiving the recognition

June 9, 2022

Every spring, the College of Engineering recognizes the graduating seniors who have the highest cumulative grade point average (GPA) from each degree program. This year’s Outstanding Senior in Electrical Engineering is Cheng-Yi (Arthur) Wang

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