On January 13th, MAE held a workshop in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of its Dynamic Systems and Control Program. This program’s achievements over the last 20 years include over 80 PhD students graduated, 23 books published, and 15 elections to Fellow of learned societies.
Professor Beg's group won a UCOP Lab Fee Award to establish a Center in Frontiers in High Energy Density Science. The Center is a collaboration between five UC campuses and two national laboratories.
Professor Miroslav Krstic has received the biennial Henry M. Paynter Outstanding Investigator Award at the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference. This award is given by the Dynamic Systems and Control Division of ASME to a DSCD member who has demonstrated sustained outstanding research contributions, either basic or applied, as a mechanical engineering professional to fields of interest to the DSCD.
Each year the Charles Barrett Medal award honors a selected outstanding engineer, scientist or professor whose contribution has had a significant impact in the materials and metallurgy development.
San Diego, Calif., Sept. 7, 2016 -- A team of researchers has built a mathematical model that describes the molecular events associated with the beginning stage of learning and memory formation in the human brain. Read more
Nate Delson's MAE 3 students competed with robots that they designed and built themselves in the Robolympics.
Congratulations to The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) Cubesat Team for placing third in a NASA satellite design competition. Read this exciting story here.
Congratulations to Professor Frank Talke for being invited to join this prestigious academy!
Congratulations to William McEneaney who was recently elected a 2016 Fellow of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics “for his distinguished contributions to the disciplines of applied mathematics, computational science and related fields.”
The 2015 Engineering Design Graphics Division Chair's Award for Outstanding Technical Paper was awarded to Nate Delson and Lelli Van Den Einde for Tracking Student Engagement with a Touchscreen App for Spatial Visualization Training and Freehand Sketching