Content Tagged with: Bourns College of Engineering

UC Riverside receives NSF grant to improve equity and inclusion in engineering

The project will create a network of leaders across the UC system committed to achieving equity for women faculty in engineering

By Holly Ober |

Can this rare type of ultraviolet light destroy PFAS “forever chemicals” in water?

UC Riverside engineers received a $400,000 NSF grant to find out

By Holly Ober |

Fourteen UC Riverside professors receive NSF CAREER Awards

The number shatters UCR’s record for CAREER Awards set only last year

By Holly Ober |

Multimodal sensing and learning project receives Air Force Office of Scientific Research grant

Salman Asif will develop a new framework to co-design sensing and learning algorithms to capture and efficiently process only the most essential data

By Holly Ober |

Work to improve event-based programming receives $1.2 million grant

UC Riverside and New Jersey Institute of Technology split funds to work on the joint project

By Holly Ober |

Grant supports development of diesel smoke-scrubbing device for marine vehicles

Marine diesel engines spew excessive particulate matter due to absence of proper control technology and less stringent rules

By Holly Ober |

Giulia Palermo Wins the 2020 Corwin Hansch Award

The award honors a scholar under the age of 40 for significant contributions to the field of computational drug design

By Holly Ober |

Professor Mona Eskandari awarded prestigious Hellman Fellowship

Award supports development of a patent-pending technology to quickly diagnose and monitor respiratory diseases

By Holly Ober |

Will Brillouin spectroscopy become as indispensable for science as Raman spectroscopy?

Review paper identifies new twists and turns in light scattering spectroscopy

By Holly Ober |

Ultrasound mind reading machine could improve assistive robotics

Less invasive interface maps brain activity to predict movements

By Holly Ober |

Luat Vuong receives DARPA Director’s Fellowship of the Young Faculty Award Program

Vuong’s unique image processing technology combines arthropod-inspired vision system and artificial intelligence algorithms

By Holly Ober |

Jay Farrell named new endowed chair

The KA Endowed Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering established through $1 million gift

By Holly Ober |

UCR’s School of Medicine ranked No. 6 for diversity

UC Riverside’s School of Medicine is ranked No. 6 for diversity in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Grad School rankings released Tuesday, March 30. It was among several UCR programs that did well in the rankings, which are separated by discipline into different lists. Education, engineering, and social sciences moved up in their rankings or...

By Imran Ghori |

Cyber Defense Team takes first place in qualifier round, moves on to Regionals

The team bested a cyber defense scenario designed to test their information technology mettle

By Holly Ober |

UC Riverside student-led startup vies for $25,000 in national pitch competition

Saru Recycling will compete in LaunchPad’s annual competition at Startup Grind’s Global Conference

By Holly Ober |

Nael Abu-Ghazaleh made ACM Distinguished Member

The Association for Computing Machinery recognized him "For Outstanding Scientific Contributions to Computing.”

By Holly Ober |

Bir Bhanu named a National Academy of Inventors fellow

Bhanu holds 18 U.S. and international patents with several others pending

By Holly Ober |

Suveen Mathaudhu receives Brimacombe Medal

The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society conferred the award for exemplary contributions to the science of nanocrystalline materials, education of the public, and service to the profession

By Holly Ober |

Poorest Inland Empire communities have highest fine particulate matter exposure

San Bernardino study participants had highest exposure to PM2.5 in their own homes

By Holly Ober |

Cengiz Ozkan receives Turkey’s highest scientific award

The TUBITAK Scientific Research Award is given for pioneering accomplishments

By Holly Ober |