University of California, Riverside

Bourns College of Engineering


Latest Releases

  • New ANSYS software makes 'real-world' simulation training possible for Bourns College of Engineering students
    (December 22, 2014) Thanks to a generous donation by leading global software company ANSYS, Inc., Bourns College of Engineering students will now be able to use simulation software that enables high-end solving of complex design challenges.
  • Caterpillar, Inc. donates Diesel Particulate Filters for CE-CERT Research
    (December 9, 2014) Officials from UC Riverside's Bourns College of Engineering - Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) announced an in-kind donation by Caterpillar, Inc. of Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) to be used for CE-CERT's research purposes.
  • BCOE student leaders participate in 2014 MESA conference
    (November 25, 2014) Eleven Bourns College of Engineering students honed their leadership skills at 11th Annual Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Student Leadership conference in San Diego in November.
  • Zordan is co-founder of tech start-up
    (November 21, 2014) Victor Zordan, associate professor of computer science and engineering at Bourns College of Engineering, will launch a technology start-up with UC Riverside psychology professor Aaron Seitz as one of the first tenants of the Riverside ExCITE Incubator in downtown Riverside. The venture, called Fundamentals, will develop and distribute the latest in evidence-based research knowledge in the area of brain fitness and training through game applications on smart devices.
  • Keogh team tests 'PEG' smartphone game invention that is designed to reinforce good health habits
    (November 4, 2014) With the support of his third Gates Foundation Challenge grant, Eamonn Keogh and a team of interdisciplinary researchers will test their creative method of encouraging healthy behavior by using smartphone technology, game theory, incentive models, and anthropology. Conducting initial experiments with volunteers in the developed world-- then moving to thornier problems in third world communities--the team will use the 'PEG' system affectionately named after Keogh's late mother, Peggy "Peg" Keogh.
  • Shah Selbe '04 named UCR Alumni Association's Young Alumnus of the Year, headlines distinguished alumni event at BCOE
    (October 29, 2014) Bourns College of Engineering alumnus Shah Selbe '04 returned to campus recently to receive honors as Young Alumnus of the Year by the UCR Alumni Association and to speak to BCOE students about his role as a volunteer for Engineers Without Borders. Selbe works as a spacecraft propulsion scientist by day, but also was named by the National Geographic Society as one of their 2013 Emerging Explorers for his work as a conservation technologist. Selbe created FishNET, which helps monitor unregulated fishing worldwide.
  • BCOE hosts 2014 IOM3 international student competition
    (October 29, 2014) BCOE increases international status as host for 2014 IOM3 Young Person's World Lecture Competition
  • Wong wins prestigious R&D 100 Award for work with Sandia National Labs radiation detection development team
    (October 20, 2014) BCOE's Wong invention with Sandia National Labs named among top 100 technologies of the year by R&D Magazine
  • ECE lab equipment donation
    (October 7, 2014) ECE lab updates its benches through generous gift by B&K Precision.
  • Welcome New Faculty!
    (October 6, 2014) The Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) has added two new Full professors, five Assistant Professors, and one Professor of Graduate Division.
  • BCOE Students Develop Diaper Detective
    (September 12, 2014) A team of engineering students has developed an inexpensive, versatile pad that can be inserted into diapers to detect dehydration and bacterial infections in infants. The product, which recently won an award that included a $10,000 prize at a national engineering design contest, operates much like a home pregnancy test or urine test strip.
  • BCOE Faculty Awarded $1.7-million Grant to Study New Class of Ultra-thin Film Materials
    (September 3, 2014) A team led by Presidential Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering Alexander Balandin and including Professor of Electrical Engineering Roger Lake and Alexander Khitun, a research professor, was awarded a nearly $1.7-million grant from the National Science Foundation to characterize, analyze and synthesize a new class of ultra-thin film materials that could improve the performance of personal electronics, optoelectronic devices and energy conversion systems.

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University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Bourns College of Engineering
446 Winston Chung Hall

Tel: (951) 827-5190
Fax: (951) 827-3188