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A stream of mezcal making bubbles in a bowl
Making mezcal is an art; science shows us why
Experiments show how bubbles indicate alcohol value
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Computer science and engineering professors secure NSF award for simulations of fluids
Craig Schroeder and Tamar Shinar will develop new methods for simulating multiphase fluids, surface tension and solid-fluid coupling
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Q&A with Quynh Nguyen, Cloud Services Engineer at Adobe
Quynh Nguyen, a ’18 computer science alumna, is now a cloud services engineer at Adobe. At BCOE, she was actively involved on campus and served as an officer for Gamespawn and Student Homeless Aid Relief Project (S.H.A.R.P.). In this summer edition of the Career Corner Q&A, Nguyen shares advice for what engineering students should be doing now to prepare for the new academic year, and how they can set themselves apart when applying for fall internships. 1. How did BCOE prepare you for your current role as a Cloud Services Engineer at Adobe? BCOE had a lot of opportunities for me to learn. I
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Improving treatment of spinal cord injuries
Osmotic therapy device reduces swelling to prevent secondary injuries in rats
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plastic bottle waste
Upcycling plastic waste toward sustainable energy storage
Simple process transforms PET plastic into a nanomaterial for energy storage
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UC Riverside summer coding camp for high school students goes virtual
The University of California, Riverside’s Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) hosted its fourth annual CS4ALL CODE CAMP, a free intensive program that teaches high school students computer coding skills and introduces them to career possibilities in computer science. UCR computer science experts, lecturer Kelley Downey and assistant professor Mariam Salloum, created the camp to encourage women and underrepresented minorities to gain interest in these computing careers. The program addresses a unique challenge in the computing workforce, which is one of the highest paying
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Electrical and computer engineers receive $497,455 from Department of Energy to investigate electric-bias control of quantum materials
Alexander Balandin leads project that is expected to influence quantum communications and radiation therapy
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UC Riverside joins new NSF center for the preservation of biological systems
The grant is the campus’ first successful bid for an NSF Engineering Research Center
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UC Riverside computer scientists receive grant to improve security of visual artificial intelligence
Amit Roy-Chowdhury leads project that will develop robust context-aware machine vision for computers
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Fariborz Kargar uses the Brillouin spectrometer system
National Science Foundation MRI Grant to Fund Development of Unique Spectroscopy System
UC Riverside researchers earn NSF grant to advance understanding of nanoscale materials and expand phononic research capabilities at UCR.
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UC Riverside research team fuels the hemp revolution
A new hemp pulping method that converts 100% of the plant to useful components moves toward commercialization
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UC Riverside partners with City of Riverside on Eastside revitalization project
CE-CERT will track greenhouse gas reductions, indicators of public health, and economic impacts from the $31 million dollar project
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