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DOE awards $300,000 to UCR professor for accelerating EV integration
UCR electrical and computer engineering team wins $300,000 prize from the U.S. Department of Energy for developing a data-driven planning platform for the nation’s largest electrical utility.
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Carbon capture
Electrochemical carbon capture shows promise in climate fight
The perspective of UCR electrical and computer engineering professor Mihri Ozkan about using electrochemical technology to fight climate change was featured in an online Voices segment of CHEM, a scientific journal focusing on chemistry and interconnected fields. 
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Ran Cheng receives NSF CAREER award on novel spintronics using magnetic topological materials
Assistant Professor Ran Cheng receives the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award for his project titled "CAREER: Monostructural Topological Spin-Insulatronics" with a total award of $615,000 for five years. The goal of this project is to develop a fundamental physical understanding of the subtle interplay between electrons and magnetism in magnetic topological insulators and other exotic phases of matter from a microscopic perspective. The knowledge gained from this project will not only broaden the current landscape of condensed matter physics but also enable potential electronic
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Engineering student professional organizations soar to success
Financial support from October’s annual BCOE Match Challenge helped drum up donations for student professional organizations, totaling the most donors in the challenge’s six-year history.
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Upcoming Events

Colloquium by Shawn-Hsiou Hsu
February 26, 2024 @ 11:00 am
WCH 205/206
Colloquium by Daniel Donaldson
December 13, 2023 @ 2:00 pm
WCH 205/206, Zoom
Title: "Embedding Consideration of Weather and Climate Into Power System Planning"
Colloquium by Shaolei Ren
November 27, 2023 @ 11:00 am
WCH 205/206
Title: "Towards Environmentally Sustainable and Equitable Computing"
Distinguished Colloquium by Kang Wang
November 20, 2023 @ 11:00 am
WCH 205/206
Title: Voltage-Controlled Spintronics Memory, Compute-in-Memory and Stochastic Information Processing Applications  

Final Defenses

Final Defense of Dissertation: Yinglun Li

Final Defense of Dissertation: Wang Hu

Final Defense of Dissertation: Jacqueline Garrido

Final Defense of Dissertation: Amel Dechemi

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At a Glance

New research grants in FY2020/21
Top 20
US News 2021 Best Public Global University
200+, 400+
Total graduate and undergraduate students
14, 13
Fellows of IEEE, NAI and other organizations; NSF CAREER and Young Investigator Awards