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

May 23, 2011
ChEMS Student Selected to Speak at Cal Poly Pomona ADVANCE Distinguished Doctoral Student Seminar Series

Shehreen Dheda to present seminar featuring titanium research

May 16, 2011
EECS Alumnus Named 2011 Lauds & Laurels Distinguished Alumnus for Engineering

Dr. Paramesh Gopi honored for contributions to business community

May 12, 2011
Samueli School Honors Four Faculty Members at Annual Dinner and Awards Banquet

Engineering faculty recognized for their contributions to research and teaching

May 2, 2011
BME Student Wins μTAS Art in Science Award

Nicholas Gunn’s photo used as cover for the journal, Lab on a Chip

Apr 26, 2011
Engineering World Health Arrives at UC Irvine

Newly founded organization looks to make impact in developing nations

Apr 22, 2011
Dr. Albert Starr Speaks at Edwards Lifesciences Center Event

Co-creator of first artificial heart valve presented his role in the evolution of the valve

Apr 21, 2011
Sharper Images

Ophthalmology chair and BME professor is a pioneer in laser eye surgery

Apr 20, 2011
Engineering a Better Future

Doctoral candidate snags fellowship for work assessing infrastructure vulnerability to natural disasters

On the night of June 20, 1990, 8-year-old Behrouz Shafei was up late watching soccer on TV when his world suddenly convulsed. A 7.4 magnitude earthquake centered some 150 miles from his home in Tehran claimed more than 40,000 lives.

“It was my first inspiration to study natural hazards,” Shafei says. “Like California, Iran is a high-seismic area. I wanted to contribute to society in a meaningful way that crosses borders and nationalities. Natural disasters do not recognize manmade boundaries.”


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