From easier health monitoring to better batteries–the future of wearable tech.
Can machine learning create your next look?
Y.C. “Bert” Fung celebrated his 100th birthday with students and researchers at UC San Diego.
Haptics is being used in a variety of modern engineering applications, and students are eager to enter the field.
Professor Olivia Graeve ’95 develops materials that can withstand a variety of extreme conditions at the Jacobs School of Engineering.
Janelle Shane, PhD ’14, has used neural networks, or artificial intelligence, to create names for guinea pigs, knock-knock jokes, even pies and ice cream flavors.
UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering researchers are developing a glucose monitoring patch without the prick.
UC San Diego’s Debashis Sahoo is one of 21 semi-finalists in the $1 million Anu & Naveen Jain Women’s Safety XPRIZE, which challenges competitors around the world to develop technological solutions to improve women’s safety in instances of violence or harassment.
Team aims to give “creative machine thinking” abilities to leading cognitive computing systems.
Ameesh Paleja, ’01, is revolutionizing the movie industry with Atom Tickets.
With driverless cars on the horizon, UC San Diego researchers are making sure there’s someone—or something—looking out for you.
Medicine’s next frontier is a world unto its own — how the nanomedical revolution makes a universe of us all.
You know R2-D2, C-3PO and all the rest in that galaxy far, far away; now meet the real-life robots of UC San Diego.
Is San Diego the next tech hub? Could it be even better?
Bioengineer Jonathan Sorger, Revelle ’97, presents the future of medical robotics at the Contextual Robotics Forum on campus Oct. 30.