David Patterson: Moore's Law is over
9/18/2018 IEEE Spectrum - David Patterson, Turing laureate and professor emeritus of electrical engineering and computer sciences, says the demise of Moore's Law is a golden opportunity for computer architects and software engineers.
Eight Berkeley engineers honored as Siebel Scholars
9/14/2018 - Eight Berkeley engineers — representing bioengineering, computer science and energy science — have been named to the Siebel Scholars Foundation’s 2019 class, recognized for their academic achievements and demonstrated leadership.
AI may not be bad news for workers
9/14/2018 The Economist - Countering fears that artificial intelligence will eliminate millions of jobs, a new report co-authored by Berkeley Engineering roboticist Ken Goldberg says AI may instead enhance job satisfaction for ordinary workers by taking over mundane tasks.
Berkeley Engineering holds steady in U.S. News ranking
9/10/2018 - Berkeley Engineering maintained its No. 3 position in the latest rankings of undergraduate engineering programs from U.S. News and World Report. The University of California dominated the overall rankings of public universities.
As Berkeley Engineering celebrates a century and a half of making our mark on history, we're highlighting people with the pioneering spirit, creative energy and social responsibility that characterize the college. This week: Chang-Lin Tien, inspirational educator and renowned engineer.