Content Tagged with: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

DOE awards $300,000 to UCR professor for accelerating EV integration

UCR electrical and computer engineering team wins $300,000 prize from the U.S. Department of Energy for developing a data-driven planning platform for the nation’s largest electrical utility.

By David Danelski |

Electrochemical carbon capture shows promise in climate fight

The perspective of UCR electrical and computer engineering professor Mihri Ozkan about using electrochemical technology to fight climate change was featured in an online Voices segment of CHEM, a scientific journal focusing on chemistry and interconnected fields.

By David Danelski |

UCR professor’s insights featured in major scientific journal

The insights of UCR professor Mihri Ozkan are featured this week in an online edition of a highly respected scientific journal.

By David Danelski |

$1.2 million grant awarded for robotics software development

A $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation will allow UCR to develop better software architecture for robotics and other autonomous systems.

By David Danelski |

Professor Ozkan wins prized Selcuk Yasar Award in Turkey

Mihrimah Ozkan, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at UC Riverside, is recognized in Turkey for her work in addressing climate change by receiving the Selcuk Yasar Award.

By David Danelski |

Addressing the nation’s need for strong domestic semiconductor industry and infrastructure

Last year, UC Riverside scientists Shane Cybart and Ludwig Bartels and colleagues at UC Irvine received $5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy , or DOE, to team up with Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in building a diverse educational pipeline in the field of microelectronics. Developing expertise and infrastructure in...

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

UCR research “blew our minds,” says Scientific American

Recognition keeps coming in for UCR assistant research professor Hossein Taheri for his work with “time crystals,” which are being studied as a new state of matter. Scientific American last month named Taheri’s work as one of “6 Times Quantum Physics Blew Our Minds in 2022.” The article is an end-of-year wrap up that summarized a more detailed...

By David Danelski |

Teaching professor receives Regents Faculty Fellowship

J ia Chen , an assistant teaching professor of electrical and computer engineering , has been awarded a Regents Faculty Fellowship by the UCR Academic Senate’s Committee on Research to support her design and development of new models that can improve our ability to handle heterogeneous data used in machine learning and data science. The one-year,...

By Iqbal Pittalwala |

Engineering faculty join center to improve STEM pipeline for underrepresented students

Jia Chen and Vagelis Papalexakis collaborate with UT Rio Grande Valley on project

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 |

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 |

Jay Farrell named new endowed chair

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

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 |

Electro-magnetic capacitors could eventually rival gasoline for energy storage

Incorporating a magnetic field could help capacitors store more energy without breaking down

By Holly Ober |

Two BCOE professors join DOE Energy Frontier Research Center

Alexander Balandin’s Phonon Optimized Engineered Materials Center will contribute to the Ultra EFRC’s research efforts by investigating acoustic phonons and thermal conduction in wide-band gap materials

By Holly Ober |

Mihri Ozkan elevated to National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Ozkan is the first woman in the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering and the fifth UC Riverside professor to join the National Academy of Inventors.

By Holly Ober |

Data-driven discovery of one-dimensional materials

Balandin and Bartels receive $1.12 million grant to discover new van der Waals materials

By Holly Ober |

Electrical engineer receives the Faculty Research Lecturer Award

Bir Bhanu is a distinguished professor of electrical and computer engineering and the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns Endowed Presidential Chair in Engineering

By Holly Ober |

New group of light pulses for a faster internet

Dissipative pure quartic solitons carry similar amounts of power at different frequencies, making them particularly suitable for power-efficient high-data-rate optical communication

By Holly Ober |

Balandin receives Brillouin Medal for graphene phonon research

Alexander Balandin, a distinguished professor of electrical and computer engineering at UC Riverside, has received the Brillouin Medal from the International Phononics Society

By Holly Ober |