2011 News

Aug 1, 2011
Elliot Botvinick Receives a 2011 Pilot Grant from ICTS

Grant for “A bloodless laparoscopic cutting tool"

Jul 29, 2011
Five Students Earn Graduate Division Fellowships

Samueli School students earn fellowships

Jul 26, 2011
An App a Day

Open wide and say “Aah.” Not your mouth – your smart phone or laptop.

Mobile health applications are multiplying like cells in a petri dish. Consumers will soon have 600 million to choose from, analysts say. By 2015, more than a third of the nation’s 1.4 billion smart phone users will run some type of medical app.

At the UC Irvine division of the California Institute for Telecommunications & Information Technology, researchers, computer scientists, engineers, biologists, chemists and game developers in the new eHealth Collaboratory meld their expertise to produce these applications for healthcare consumers as well as providers.

Jul 25, 2011
Student Group Participates in 2011 WEF Wastewater Challenge and ASCE Pacific Southwest Conference

Group finishes second in both environmental events

Jul 22, 2011
Gregory Washington Named Dean of The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

Professor Washington comes to UC Irvine from The Ohio State University

Jul 18, 2011
Recent Graduate Geoff Klinge Wins UC Irvine Writing Award

Klinge wins award for Excellent Academic Writing in Science and Technology

Jul 18, 2011
Port-wine stain masters

Beckman Laser Institute clinic leads the way in research, treatment of vascular birthmarks

Most people have some sort of birthmark, a small skin blemish easily hidden under clothing or hair. But three out of every 1,000 American children are born with a larger type of birthmark called a port-wine stain that can significantly affect their quality of life.

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s forehead hosts perhaps the world’s most famous port-wine stain. These disfiguring vascular birthmarks — which literally look like red wine splashed on the skin — can cover large areas of the face, neck and upper body and left untreated can darken and swell into hard lumps, leading to bleeding and infections.

Jul 15, 2011
Commencement 2011 Celebrated by The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

Samueli School honors graduates

Jul 11, 2011
Jasper Vrugt Awarded Donath Medal

Vrugt receives Young Scientist Award from Geological Society of America

Jul 7, 2011
Farghalli Mohamed Awarded Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching

Mohamed honored by Academic Senate

Jun 27, 2011
Farzin Zareian Honored with “Celebration of Teaching” Award

Honored for excellence in undergraduate teaching

Jun 23, 2011
Maria Feng Receives Best Paper Award from European Conference on Antennas and Propagation

Feng co-authored award winning paper with visiting graduate student
 

Jun 21, 2011
Building better lives

When four members of the UC Irvine student chapter of Engineers Without Borders headed to Endana, Kenya, last August to see how they could best help the rural community, it proved to be a real-life pass/fail test in leadership.

"We didn't know what we were getting into," recalls Morgan Bailey, EWB chapter president and a doctoral candidate in environmental engineering. "Up to 70 percent of the people are unemployed. Many have tuberculosis. They drink mud for water. You find yourself asking, 'What can I do?' It kind of overwhelms you."

Jun 13, 2011
CEE Graduate Student Selected for Summer Policy Colloquium

Nasrin Nasrollahi to participate in 2011 American Meteorological Society Colloquium

Jun 10, 2011
Two Graduate Students Receive Graduate Research Fellowship Program Honorable Mentions

Iris Fu and Jonathan Pegan given National Science Foundation honors

Jun 9, 2011
In Memoriam: Samueli School Professor Kwang H. (Kane) Kim

Remembering a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Jun 3, 2011
Congratulations to Engineering Staff Service Award Honorees

Samueli School staff members honored for continued service to UC Irvine

May 31, 2011
Taking the ‘Waste’ Out of Nuclear Waste

Chemical engineer advocates recycling uranium, plutonium and other radioactive byproducts

While spent nuclear fuel continues to pile up by the ton across the United States, UC Irvine’s Mikael Nilsson says the solution is clear: recycle it at the commercial nuclear power plants that create it.

More than 96 percent of the waste – namely uranium and plutonium – can be used again, says the assistant professor of chemical engineering & materials science, and plants in Europe and Asia are doing just that. Nilsson’s laboratory research is focused on how to recycle or destroy the remaining 3 to 4 percent.

May 31, 2011
In Memoriam: Samueli School Distinguished Adjunct Professor Daniel D. Joseph

Remembering a Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

May 24, 2011
2011 UCI Medalists Are Announced

Engineering Leadership Council member among those honored

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