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Cubic and the Jacobs School of Engineerint at UC San Diego to Collaborate On...

The San Diego Union Tribune ran news of the new research partnership between  Cubic Transportation Systems (NYSE:CUB) and the Jacobs School of Engineering here at UC San Diego.  Cubic will contribute...

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From Garage Band to Facebook Game to PNAS Paper

  Ian B. Murphy over at DataInformed wrote a great article charting the course of some interesting music research from electrical engineering here at the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego....

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Shake, Rattle and Roll

Jacobs School researchers put a five-story building through motions from the 7.9 earthquake that took place in 2002 in Denali, Alaska. The results were quite impressive. See for yourself in the video...

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Robotic Mice Take Over Qualcomm Center at Jacobs School Sunday

Don't worry, these mice don't bite. They're really robots designed to find the center of a maze as soon as possible, without needing cheese as a reward. In all, 28 teams, and their micromice, will...

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Jacobs School Students Win Micromouse Competition--Again

For the second year in a row, a team led by Alex Forencich, a fifth-year student at the Jacobs School, took first place at the California Micromouse competition, held on campus May 20. Forencich...

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Vote for CSE grad student Andrew Huynh and the search for Genghis Khan’s Tomb

Today NSF launched its three-day 2012 IGERT Online Video and Poster Competition, which is live online at http://igert.org/competition2012. One student from each of the 114 IGERT programs is selected to...

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Cubic Transportation / Jacobs School of Engineering Research Partnership

A description of the new research partnership between Cubic Transportation and the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego appeared in the San Diego Metro Magazine. Read the original press release...

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Congrats Hellman Faculty Fellows

Congratulations to the three Jacobs School of Engineering faculty who have been named Hellman Faculty Fellows for 2012-2013. Kamalika Chaudhuri, computer science and engineering Juan C. Del Alamo,...

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Jacobs School of Rock is this Friday / June 8

The Jacobs School of Rock is this Friday, June 8. It's the Jacobs School's annual rock concert, and all the bands have a connection to the Jacobs School. When: Friday June 8, 2012, 6PM to...

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UCSD Graduate Students Present at Broadcom Foundation University Research...

University of California San Diego graduate students Jayadev Acharya and Nevena Rakuljic presented their research at the inaugural Broadcom Foundation University Research Competition that took place...

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Medical Technologies dominate Entrepreneur Challenge

The pitches included technologies to cure cancer, brain computer interfaces for patients without speech, an automated portfolio management system, sensor assisted orthopedic surgery, garbage...

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Ring Ceremony Photos / Jacobs School of Engineering

Congratulations to all the Jacobs School of Engineering students who graduated last year. Check out the photos from our Ring Ceremony on the Jacobs School Facebook page. A short story highlighting the...

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UC San Diego Students Rock Concert at The Loft

FoXXy Chancellor, Marlena and The Wang and SO3, led by computer science professor Serge Belongie, were some of that bands that took over The Loft at the Price Center June 9 for the 2012 edition of the...

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Computer Scientists with Ties to Jacobs School Win Prestigious Prize

Christos Papadimitriou and Elias Koutsoupias have won the 2012 Gödel Prize. Papadimitriou is a former computer science faculty member and was Koutsoupias' adviser when he received his Ph.D. in 1994....

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Biz leaders, researchers, SBA advocate look for solutions to keep...

Winslow Sargeant, chief counsel for advocacy at the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy, was on campus this week for a roundtable discussion with entrepreneurs and researchers...

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UC San Diego's Smart Grid Highlighted by California Energy Commission

The California Energy Commission puts UC San Diego's smart grid in the spotlight in this video. The video explores the benefits of UC San Diego's microgrid system and how it is helping energy...

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Bioengineering Professor Has Asteroid Named After Him

Bioengineering emeritus professor Y.C. Fung, widely recognized as the father of biomechanics, can add an usual honor to the long list of accolades he has received: an asteroid has been named after...

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Computer Science Professors Receive $500 NSF Award

This just in from the CSE Monthly Newsletter: "Steve Swanson and Yannis Papakonstantinou combine their hardware architecture and database expertise in the project "Re-engineering Database Systems for...

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Pattern Insight

UC San Diego computer science professor YY Zhou co-founded Pattern Insight with her research team, back when she was a prof at UIUC. The big news this week: "Pattern Insight today announced that it...

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Jacobs Legacy Videos on YouTube

We recently posted our Jacobs Legacy videos to the Jacobs School YouTube channel.  This series of videos represents a video biography of Irwin M. Jacobs, prepared on the occasion of his 70th birthday...

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Renewable Energy Program Pushes Novel Concepts Forward

Joshua Windmiller, a postdoctoral researcher working in the lab of UC San Diego nanoengineering Professor Joseph Wang, is working on a commercially viable printed biofuel cell that could derive power...

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Robotic Hat Project Inspires Girls

 It’s not often you hear a room full of tween and teen-age girls discussing breadboards, LEDs and Arduino servos like they were the latest hot fashion accessories from Forever 21. Congratuations to...

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New URL for the Jacobs School Blog

The Jacobs School of Engineering blog has a new URL:http://jacobsschoolofengineering.blogspot.com/All the previous posts will remain accessible via this original URL.  Happy reading. You can also...

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International Conferences Chooses Jacobs School Paper as Top 5 in Past 30 Years

The International Conference on Computer Design chose a paper coauthored by Dean Tullsen, a computer scientist at the Jacobs School of Engineering, and George Cai, of Intel, as one of the five mostly...

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'Rack-on-Chip’ Design Proposed to Meet Traffic Demands of Global Cloud Computing

In its Global Data Cloud Index released Oct. 15, Cisco forecasts that global cloud traffic will grow 4.5-fold, a 35 percent combined annual growth rate, by 2017. Today’s data centers in which rows of...

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