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A better way to measure progress in semiconductors: Four EECS professors are featured in an IEEE Spectrum article about efforts to replace Moore’s Law with a metric to more effectively measure progress in semiconductors well into the future.
UC Berkeley to lead $25 million quantum computing center: National Science Foundation grant aims to establish a multi-university institute focused on speeding the development of quantum computers.
In celebration of 150 Years of Women at Berkeley, Sheila Humphreys tells the story of Women in Computer Science and Engineering, a student organization launched in the 1970s.
Fung Institute responds to COVID-19: How various members of the Fung Institute community take initiative to support COVID-19 response.
Avideh Zakhor (Ph.D.’87) has parlayed her interests in the theories and applications of signal, image and video processing as well as 3D computer vision into several successful startups. She holds the Qualcomm Chair in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
During COVID-19 Girls in Engineering camp gets creative online.
Berkeley team creates respiratory devices from sleep apnea machines: Resourceful and affordable, about 600 apparatuses from Grace O’Connell’s lab head to Ecuador this month.
Light shows the way to build ‘smart’ infrastructure: Kenichi Soga, Chancellor’s Professor in civil and environmental engineering, is using fiber-optic cables to monitor structures ranging from tunnels to building foundations.
Berkeley bioengineers discover how tumor cells can mimic Velcro: Long, membranous microtentacles help tumor cells work their way through brain tissue.
A multidisciplinary group of UC Berkeley researchers are working with the East Bay Municipal Utility District to accurately track COVID-19, measuring levels of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in wastewater to determine how it circulates in communities.
Researchers at UC Berkeley create game-changing metalens that breaks records in performance. . Image: Schematic of the fishnet metalens and a closeup (R) of its unit cell. The metalens is made of titanium dioxide. (PC: Kante Lab image)