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  • College Announces 2018 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Recipients

    Oct. 1, 2018 By College of Engineering Staff Each year, the UC Davis College of Engineering recognizes outstanding alumni whose professional and personal achievements bring special honor to the College. This year, the College is pleased to name JoeBen Bevirt (Mechanical Engineering, ’95), Cynthia Murphy-Ortega (Chemical Engineering, ’91) and Ken Ouimet (Chemical Engineering, ’90) as its 2018 ...

 

 

 


  • UC Davis Students Triumph at SAE Aero Design West
    The UC Davis Advanced Modeling Aeronautics Team (AMAT) took home two top awards at the 2014 SAE Aero Design West competition, held March 28-30 at Thunderbird Field in Fort Worth, Texas. The UC Davis student engineers took first place in the coveted Overall Advanced Class category, narrowly edging out competing teams from the University of ...
  • John Owens Receives NAE Grainger Grant
    The National Academy of Engineering has awarded a $30,000 Grainger Foundation Frontiers of Education (FOE) grant to John Owens, an associate professor in the UC Davis Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Owens and co-PI Tuhin Sahai, of the United Technologies Research Center in East Hartford, CT, will share the grant for their collaborative project, ...
  • UC Davis Joins Cybersecurity Research Alliance
  • Grad Student Kerry Seitz Works on CPU Efficiency
  • Grad Student Amanda Hildebrand Seeks Biofuels Solutions
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  • Welcome New Aggie Engineers
    Congratulations to all the admitted freshmen who just received offers of admission from UC Davis for fall 2014. When you say “yes” to UC Davis, you’ll join a vibrant community of living and learning at one of the world’s top public research universities, where you’ll receive an education that challenges you and provides unmatched research, internship and ...
  • UC Davis C-STEM Center and Yolo County Office of Education Share $1.5 Million Grant
    March 12, 2014, DAVIS, CA—The California Department of Education (CDE) has awarded a $1.5 million grant to the Yolo County Office of Education (YCOE), for the purpose of enhancing STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — education via a partnership with the UC Davis Center for Integrated Computing and STEM Education (C-STEM). The funds, administered ...
  • UC Davis Engineering Continues to Excel in Graduate Education
    The College of Engineering at UC Davis continues to rank high among the top engineering programs in the country for graduate education, according to the 2015 edition of America’s Best Graduate School Rankings released by U.S. News & World Report on March 11, 2014. Among public engineering schools, UC Davis College of Engineering ranking rose ...
  • Keck Foundation grant awarded to Angelique Louie
    The W.M. Keck Foundation’s Medical Research Program has presented a grant for $1 million to Angelique Louie, a professor and vice chair of the UC Davis Department of Biomedical Engineering. The grant will help fund her project “In Vivo 3D Imaging Using Bioluminescent Gene Reporters and MRI,” which she is undertaking in collaboration with Yohei ...
  • TSA awards $6.2 million contracts to UC Davis startup
    The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has awarded two contracts, worth a total of $6.2 million, to Stratovan Corp., a start-up that emerged in 2005 from the UC Davis Institute for Data Analysis and Visualization (IDAV). The contracts will help Stratovan develop enhanced automated explosive detection capabilities, while also standardizing the information exchange formats and ...
  • Stephen Cramer Receives Humboldt Research Award
    Thanks to a Research Award presented by Germany’s Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Stephen P. Cramer, a professor in the UC Davis Department of Chemistry, will spend up to a year collaborating with a research team at Germany’s Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) and Freie Universität Berlin. Cramer was nominated for the award by Professor Emad Aziz, who heads ...
  • Taylor Woehl Receives 2014 Munir Award
    The UC Davis College of Engineering Awards Committee has presented the 2013 Zuhair A. Munir Best Dissertation Award to Taylor Woehl, who obtained his doctorate in chemical engineering in September 2013. Woehl’s dissertation is titled Direct Observations of Colloidal and Nanoparticle Behavior in the Presence of External Fields. The committee also selected Anjul Patney, who obtained ...
  • M. Saif Islam Publishes Nanowires Research
    Several noteworthy developments have emerged recently from the UC Davis Integrated Nanodevices and Nanosystems (INANO) Research Group, headed by M. Saif Islam, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Islam and his team demonstrated the first 3D transistor array based on horizontally suspended silicon nano-bridges (nanowires). A high-throughput nano-manufacturing process was used to ...
  • Patrice Koehl to Direct New Data Science Initiative
    DAVIS, Calif.; Feb. 14, 2014 – Patrice Koehl, a professor in the UC Davis Department of Computer Science, has been named founding director of the campus’ new Data Science Initiative (DSI). Koehl will embrace this new responsibility in addition to his other appointments as Associate Director of Bioinformatics, at the UC Davis Genome Center; and ...
  • Theta Tau Names Amy Cunningham to All-Academic Team
    The professional engineering fraternity Theta Tau has named Amy Cunningham, a UC Davis undergrad majoring in civil and environmental engineering, to its inaugural All-Academic Team. She joins 90 other students selected by the Theta Tau Educational Foundation from Theta Tau chapters throughout the United States, based on a high grade-point average and active engagement in ...
  • Ultrasound Engineer Katherine Ferrara Elected to NAE
    February 11, 2014 Professor Katherine Ferrara, whose research has pioneered using ultrasound to image cancer and heart disease and who played a leadership role in establishing the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of California, Davis, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, the highest professional recognition for an engineer. “This is a tremendous ...
  • Alumna endows scholarship for women in STEM
    During an interview given to CNN in February 2011, Diane Bryant cheerfully admitted that she hadn’t planned to attend college.   “I was the prissy girl growing up; I won ‘best dressed’ in high school. My parents didn’t go to college, so there wasn’t any expectation that my sister and I would go either.” Money also was tight, ...
  • Kristi Anseth Lecture at UC Davis
    The College of Engineering at UC Davis will present a lecture by Kristi S. Anseth at 4 p.m. on Monday, May 5, in 1005 Auditorium in the Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility (GBSF) on the university campus. Admission is free. A distinguished professor and Tisone Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at ...