07/20/21 — Machine-learning breakthrough from Berkeley-based project could support action worldwide on climate, health and poverty
07/20/21 — Room-temperature 2D magnet could advance applications in computing and electronics
07/13/21 — Berkeley's Fire Research Group uses algorithms, machine learning, and simulation to improve fire prevention efforts.
06/17/21 — In an advanced circuit design course, 19 students with no prior experience in chip design went from basic introductions to tape-out by the end of a four-month period, resulting in a novel chip that will be manufactured this summer.
06/07/21 — Gifts will support construction of the Gateway, the planned hub for collaborative data science and computing education and research, and the creation of two new faculty positions
06/02/21 Forbes — How seven Berkeley artificial intelligence engineers who didn't want to make a cent are now worth billions
05/21/21 — The prestigious honor, one of the highest given by UC Berkeley, recognizes achievements that exceed the standards of excellence
05/13/21 — Professor Dan Klein and his Berkeley Natural Language Processing Group helped a computer win the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament
04/27/21 — Nine engineering teaching groups were honored for innovations in remote instruction
04/26/21 — Graduate student Gloria Tumushabe has launched Afro Fem Coders, a remote coding program for women in Africa.
04/09/21 Forbes — A conversation with co-founder and CEO Ali Ghodsi, whose Berkeley-born data analytics company is now valued at $28 billion.
02/25/21 — Berkeley engineers demonstrate new method of harnessing properties of lightwaves, enabling dramatic increase in the amount of data carried
02/16/21 — The two-year fellowships are one of the most competitive and prestigious awards available to early career researchers
02/11/21 Simons Institute — The L’Oréal-UNESCO honor for Goldwasser, director of the Simons Institute, comes on the International Day for Women & Girls in Science
02/10/21 BBVA Foundation — The UC Berkeley Turing laureate shares the prize, which includes 400,000 euros, with Stanford's John Hennessy for turning computer architecture into a science and designing the processors that power today’s devices.
02/03/21 — Gloria Tumushabe, a MasterCard Foundation Scholar in EECS, wanted to be more than an engineer; COVID gave her the chance
12/08/20 Quanta Magazine — EECS professor Jelani Nelson designs clever algorithms to remember slivers of massive data sets; he also teaches kids in Ethiopia how to code
10/29/20 — Advance could lead to new generation of ultrafast computer chips that retain data even when there is no power
09/28/20 — Five new faculty members are joining the College of Engineering as faculty fellows, with ample funding to equip labs, hire graduate students and get their research projects up and running.
09/23/20 — Graduate students from bioengineering, computer science and energy science are among more than 90 selected worldwide.