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Engineering

  • UCSB computer science professor Elizabeth Belding is recognized for her efforts to bring wireless internet access to remote places
  • Researchers at UCSB develop a method for  three-dimensional through-wall imaging using drones and WiFi signal
    Researchers at UCSB develop a method for three-dimensional through-wall imaging using drones and WiFi signal
    UCSB researchers have proposed a new method for 3D through-wall imaging that utilizes drones and WiFi
  • UCSB materials scientist Omar Saleh receives the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award
  • While training tomorrow’s engineers, professors in the College of Engineering also take time to address global issues
  • Herbivore gut fungi hold a lot of promise. Just ask Michelle O’Malley.
  • With $3 million DoD fellowship, Tresa Pollock will develop a platform for printing with new extreme-use materials

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