EECS researcher creates controllable flying insects using TI technology
9/12/2014 Texas Instruments - EECS associate professor Michel Maharbiz spends his days studying the "beautiful systems" of the insect world, and applying that knowledge to building the tiniest of flying objects.
Defining development engineering
9/12/2014 - Development engineers elude easy definition, but they are trained as multi-tooled tacticians creating holistic solutions to technical challenges that are interlaced with social and political...
8 grad students named Siebel Scholars
9/11/2014 Siebel Scholars Foundation - Eight Berkeley Engineering graduate students — five from bioengineering and three from EECS — have been selected as Siebel Scholars for 2015, joining a class of 83 of the most talented students from...
Bakar research fellows make their case in Silicon Valley
9/9/2014 - Sixteen Bakar Fellows, including several Berkeley Engineering faculty members, recently presented their research ideas to a a packed room of potential investors on Sand Hill Road.
UC helps build resources, revenue at private Armenian university
9/8/2014 San Francisco Chronicle - American University of Armenia, an unusually open institution in a typically authoritarian region, gets lots of support from the University of California, including AUA's new president, Armen Der...
UC Berkeley and Tsinghua University launch research and graduate education partnership
9/6/2014 - UC Berkeley and Tsinghua University have signed an agreement to establish a joint institute in the city of Shenzhen in South China to promote research collaboration and graduate student education...
Berkeley students launch health tech incubator
9/5/2014 Daily Californian - A group of UC Berkeley students, led by co-founders Taner Dagdelen and Zachary Zeleznick, both bioengineering juniors, have launched what they call the first-ever student-run health tech incubator.
Innovator aims to combat global warming from the rooftops down
9/4/2014 California magazine - George Ban-Weiss (Ph.D. ’08 ME) is all about being cool: Not only does coolness figuratively define his work as a professional jazz bassist, it almost literally defines his career as a scientist.
Welcome new students
9/3/2014 - The excitement mixed with trepidation at the RSF gym and on Memorial Glade can mean only one thing: A new academic year is underway.
‘HackTheHearst’ to expand public discovery of ancient treasures
9/3/2014 - The Hearst Museum of Anthropology is seeking participants for a hackathon this month that will create apps or web interfaces to enable easier, open-source exploration of the museum’s digitized...
Great careers and smartphones – enabled by lasers
2014-09-17, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm | Cory Hall 293
A technical and career advice talk by executive vice president of COHERENT - a prominent laser systems manufacturer
Digital Agenda for Europe
2014-09-17, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Sutardja Dai Hall 310, Banatao Auditorium
EECS Masters Programs Information Session
2014-09-17, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm | Soda Hall 405
TRUST Security Seminar
2014-09-18, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Sutardja Dai Hall 250
Mapping the Relationship between Online Trolling and Mainstream Culture