05/17/23 — A new brain-computer interface allows users to silently spell out words in real time with near-perfect accuracy.
05/17/23 — Two research teams have developed cutting-edge approaches that shorten training times for quadruped robots.
05/17/23 — To identify climate-friendly farming practices for biofuel crops, scientists are devising a tracking system that uses inexpensive printed sensors.
05/17/23 — Researchers measured the highest toughness of any material ever while studying an alloy made of chromium, cobalt and nickel.
05/17/23 — Updates about Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
05/17/23 — Ionocaloric cooling, a new method developed by Berkeley engineers, could help phase out HFC refrigerants that emit greenhouse gases.
05/17/23 — A device from Gridware, founded by engineering alums, uses harmonics from power poles to evaluate grid integrity and hazard risks.
05/17/23 — Computer scientists have created an innovative approach to machine learning that preserves privacy.
05/17/23 — Obituaries for Berkeley Engineering alumni, faculty and students.
05/17/23 — Berkeley engineers have demonstrated the first proven approach to creating fairer algorithms.
05/17/23 — The Space Enterprise at Berkeley student team launched a liquid-fueled rocket that reached 11,000 feet in altitude.
05/17/23 — Funding for faculty fellowships will ignite the most important discoveries of the future.
05/17/23 — A traffic experiment suggests that just a few AI-equipped vehicles on the road can ease traffic jams and reduce fuel consumption.
05/17/23 — Abigail De Kosnik and Joshua Hug are among this year’s recipients of the prestigious honor.
05/10/23 — With limitless colors, device may lead to advances in spectroscopy
05/08/23 — Five faculty members to develop 'foundational technologies in learning and reasoning'
05/04/23 — EECS professor is recognized for fundamental achievements in AI
05/04/23 — Successful water treatment technologies require a deeper understanding of users’ challenges
05/02/23 — Honors for Gireeja Ranade and Yakun Sophia Shao are among the agency’s most competitive for early career professionals
05/01/23 — In latest AI lecture, EECS professor Sergey Levine discusses how advances in offline reinforcement learning can enable machine learning systems to learn to make more optimal decisions from data