05/06/21 — Jordan is among 10 foreign members, 52 fellows and one honorary fellow elected to the academy.
04/27/21 — Nine engineering teaching groups were honored for innovations in remote instruction
04/26/21 — A wearable device that uses biosensors and AI can recognize hand gestures based on electrical signals detected in the forearm.
04/14/21 — Ultrasound-powered device offers minimally invasive way to monitor organs or tissue
04/13/21 — Pixar director of engineering and BE alumna Hayley Iben has won a Scientific and Technical Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
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.
03/25/21 — UC Berkeley researchers have invented a computer algorithm that uses deep learning to integrate gene and protein data about single cells
03/13/21 Fortune — ITS Director Alex Bayen explains how autonomous vehicles can help traffic flow more smoothly.
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
02/16/21 Calbears.com — Investor Pete Sonsini focuses on companies created at Cal, particularly data engineering startups
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
12/21/20 — The armband, which combines wearable biosensors with artificial intelligence, could be used to control prosthetics or interact with electronic devices
12/10/20 — Project proposes a novel approach that blends AI and machine learning with guidance from human and computational oracles
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
11/18/20 — Combining neural networks with motion planning software gives robots the speed and skill to assist in warehouse environments
11/05/20 — In a breakthrough in the field of ferroelectricity, researchers have made an ultrathin material that powers the smallest of devices with lower amounts of energy.
11/05/20 — An ultrathin, flat optical metalens could lead to new advances in solar energy, virtual reality and medical imaging.