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Illustration of wave-scattering phenomenon with EM coupling. (Image courtesy of the Gu Lab)
Berkeley Engineering Master of Translational Medicine is a 10-month program offered in collaboration with UCSF, trains students in the technical, business, and clinical aspects of new medical technology
Researcher Michael Yartsev and his team found that the GPS-like neural codes within bats’ brains remain unchanged over time, enabling the bats to remember — and navigate — familiar flight paths (simulated in blue and yellow) with high precision. (Photo by Adam Lau/Berkeley Engineering)
The Transfer-to-Excellence Summer Research Program is now accepting applications for summer 2023. This is a great paid opportunity for California community college students in STEM.
Congratulations to ROAR Racing and ROAR Academy for winning the silver medal at the Indy Autonomous Challenge Dallas Race. Check out Dr. Allen Y.
Congratulations to Berkeley Engineering alum Colin Parris (M.S.’87, Ph.D.’94 EECS) who has been awarded the Black Engineer of the Year Award for his work in digital transformation and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts
https://analytics.berkeley.edu/The Berkeley Engineering Master of Analytics is an 11-month program that trains students in data-driven analytical methods & tools for optimization, statistics, simulation, & risk management. Applications due January 6
Congrats to Gridware, whose fault-detecting network was among TIME’s Best Inventions of 2022! Gridware co-founders are Berkeley Engineering EECS alums Tim Barat and Zhenhao Chen, Prof. Prabal Dutta, and UC Berkeley College of Chemistry alum Abdulrahman Bin Omar.
A patient who lost the ability to speak due to severe paralysis uses a brain-computer interface to silently spell out sentences from a vocabulary of more than 1,000 words. (Image from video courtesy of UCSF)
Looking for a professional masters degree? This week we are highlighting the Berkeley Engineering Master of Design (MDes). A three-semester program with an interdisciplinary curriculum that connects technical rigor, design theory, and social practice and prepares students for a broad range of creative and technical roles.
UC Berkeley continues as the No. 1 public school for startup founders in the 2022 Pitchbook rankings!
Register for the remaining community college webinars.
Learn more about Bhttps://engineering.berkeley.edu/academics/graduate-programs/professional-masters-programs/erkeley Engineering professional master’s programs. They prepare students with the skills needed to join the workforce as engineering leaders immediately after graduation. Applications are open now
Experiments in IEOR Professor Ken Goldberg’s lab at at Berkeley Way West in Berkeley, Calif. on Friday, Feb. 25, 2022. (Photo by Adam Lau/Berkeley Engineering) Lars Berscheid – firstname.lastname@example.org Yahav Avigal – email@example.com
Aaron Streets, professor of bioengineering, gives a presentation at Berkeley Engineering’s 2022 Homecoming reception and panel. (Photo by Adam Lau/Berkeley Engineering)
Berkeley researchers Hannah Stuart and Laura Treers demonstrate EMBUR, a burrowing robot modeled on mole crabs, at Stuart’s Embodied Dexterity Lab at UC Berkeley. (Photo by Adam Lau/Berkeley Engineering)