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Mar 24, 2004
Southern Californians Commonly Misinformed About Beach Water Quality, Study Finds

Data Show State Warning System Fails 41 Percent of the

Feb 24, 2004
Toyota to Deliver Hydrogen-Fueled Vehicle to UCI

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Feb 11, 2004
Professor Grant Receives More Than $400,000 to Study how Storms Affect Fecal Indicator Bacteria

Feb 10, 2004
Ingenuity, Innovation and Fun Highlight National Engineers Week at UCI

Jan 27, 2004
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Jan 22, 2004
Fluor Engineer Joins Advanced Power and Energy Program

Ashok Rao joined the Advanced

Jan 5, 2004
Balsells Fellowship Program Achieves Major Milestone

California-Catalonia Partnerships Thrive and Mult

Dec 23, 2003
Engineering Graduate Students Receive ARCS Scholarships

Two engineering gra

Dec 3, 2003
Annual Alumni Career Night Attracts Record Number of Students

More than 150 stud

Dec 2, 2003
National Fuel Cell Research Center to Provide a Bridge for Nation's First Hybrid Electric Fuel-Cell Vehicles

Project to Develop Fuel Distribution System for Hydrogen

Nov 10, 2003
Gift From Parker Hannifin Enables Samueli School to Open New "Hands On" Lab for Student Education

The Henry Samueli School of Engineering at UC Irvine will create a new Motion & Control Lab, thanks to a gift from Parker Hannifin. The $100,000 gift was presented by Bob Barker, Parker aerospace group president, on November 10, 2003.

Nov 3, 2003
Ender Ayanoglu Named Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Communications

Oct 13, 2003
Henry Samueli Honored for his Induction into National Academy of Engineering

Dean Nicolaos G. Alexopoulos and Chancellor Ralph J. Cicerone hosted a gathering of distinguished academics and industry supporters on Tuesday, October 7, 2003 to honor Henry Samueli for his induction into the elite National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

Oct 7, 2003
UC Irvine Engineering Professor Receives $1.2 Million to Create Next Generation of "Phased Array" Antennas

Breakthrough Fabrication Technology Expected to Spur Wider Commercial Use of These Adjustable Directive Antennas

Irvine, Calif., October 7, 2003 — UC Irvine electrical engineering professor Franco De Flaviis has been awarded a $1.2 million grant from DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration) to fabricate lighter and less expensive "phased array" antennas that could be incorporated into commercial products.

Sep 29, 2003
NSF Awards Engineering Faculty $1.5 Million

Sep 23, 2003
Albert F. Yee named UCI Division Director of Cal-(IT)2

Albert F. Yee, an internationally renowned materials science professor,

Sep 2, 2003
Report from the 2003 International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering & Sciences

Professor Satya Atluri was honored and several

Aug 27, 2003
Materials Science Researchers, Students Take Honors at Conference

Researchers and students affiliated with the Materials Science Characterization Center (MC2), housed in The Henry Samueli School of Engineering, won three awards at the annual meeting of the Microscopy Society of America, held in San Antonio this month.

Wen-An Chiou, director of MC2, along with Reginald Penner and Qiguang Li, both from the UCI Department of Chemistry, won the Traveling Poster Exhibit Award for "Electron Microscopy Study of Molybdenum Disulfide Nanowires." Their poster was one of only five selected out of 200 submitted in the "physical" category.

Aug 26, 2003
UCI Leads Team That Receives $1.3 Million Grant To Help Advance Commercial Uses Of Nanocrystalline Materials

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Aug 13, 2003
UCI Biomedical Engineer Receives $1.8 Million To Study How Asthma Damages The Lungs

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