Engineering Videos

Understanding Human Evolution

Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Marco Rolandi is researching the use of technological devices to mimic biological processes.

Professor of Computational Media, Katherine Currie Isbister and her students use games to explore how technology can influence human's emotional experiences.

Professor Ricardo Sanfelice and his Hybrid Systems Lab works to develop Cyber Physical Systems that incorporate networks, computers, and physics. applied to aerial vehicles and systems that operate in complex environments.

Finding the Common Ancestor of Birds and Crocodilians. Read more: http://genomics.ucsc.edu

Late Professor Joel Kubby used adaptive optics for biological imaging, applying technology originally developed for astronomy to enable deeper imaging of tissue at higher resolutions.

Professor Holger Schmidt gives a tour of his labs and discusses his research in optofluidics. By working together, Schmidt and his UC Santa Cruz colleagues have discovered important biomedical applications for this technology.

Applied mathematics and statistics are disciplines devoted to the use of mathematical methods and reasoning to solve real-world problems of a scientific or decision-making nature in a wide variety of subjects, principally (but not exclusively) in engineering, medicine, the physical and biological sciences, and the social sciences.

Sri Kuniawan, Associate Professor of Computational Media and Computer Engineering, is leading her student to research and develop games and applications to help people with special needs.

The BSOE Statistics faculty is the considered one of the best applied Bayesian departments in the world. The faculty collaborate with other departments across campus to use statistical models to create real world applications from massive amounts of data.

The Center for Research in Storage Systems in a University/Industry cooperative center that is partially funded by the National Science Foundation and primarily funded by industrial partners.

Phil Berman, a veteran vaccine researcher now at the University of California, Santa Cruz, explains why he is optimistic about the prospects for an effective AIDS vaccine. Berman's lab has developed new vaccine candidates that he thinks are promising enough to consider advancing into clinical trials within the next two years. For more information, see http://news.ucsc.edu/2015/05/aids-vac....

Faculty and students in the BSOE Computer Engineering Department are researching and developing applications that will enable the internet to evolve and get to the next level.