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Upcoming Events

Distinguished Speaker Series: Ann R. Karagozian
March 01, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
Winston Chung Hall 205-206
Exploration and Control of Transverse Jet Shear Layer Instabilities Ann R. Karagozian, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor, UCLA Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department Complex flow phenomena are widely present in systems involving energy generation and propulsion, and control of such fundamental phenomena is key to…
Colloquium: Wayne King
February 01, 2019 @ 11:10 pm
Winston Chung Hall 205/206
Achieving “Just Press Print” for Metal Additive Manufacturing Wayne King, Ph.D. Project Leader of the Accelerated Certification of Additively Manufactured Metals Project at LLNL Part qualification for critical applications can be costly and take a long time—attributes that offset the speed, versatility, and adaptability of…
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Distinguished Speaker Series: Diran Apelian
January 25, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
Genomics Auditorium 1102
Industry 4.0 - An Emerging Era for Materials Processing Diran Apelian, Ph.D. Alcoa-Howmet Professor of Mechanical Engineering Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) It is well accepted that the 21st Century is the century of the 4th industrial revolution (IR). Construction of railroads and the invention of the steam engine;…
Colloquium: James M. Sands
January 18, 2019 @ 11:10 am
WCH Room 205/206
Army Composite Materials Technology Supporting the Future Soldier James M. Sands, Ph.D. Chief, Composite and Hybrid Materials Branch Materials & Manufacturing Science Division U.S. Army Research Laboratory As the U.S. Army establishes the Army Future's Command and the obligations associated with this new leadership structure…

Department News

Engineering Graduate Student is Ford Foundation Fellow
Vicente Robles has received a Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship to support his effort to develop a new method to deliver therapeutic agents, such as drugs or genes, directly into living cells.
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From Graphene to Diamonds, the HPHT Lab is Driving Materials Research Forward
Metals are one of the most widely used materials in the world, serving as one of the elemental building blocks of society and technology...
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UCR Researchers are Advancing Progress on the “Window to the Brain” Skull Implant
Researchers from the University of California, Riverside have advanced their progress for the “Window to the Brain” (WttB) transparent skull implant.
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Welcome back Highlanders! Are you ready to Spring forward into the new quarter and end the year strong?! . . . . . . #california #research #meatucr#ucrhiglander #ucr #lifeatucr #collegelife#iamanengineer #stem #engineering#science
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​I​n support of the Smithsonian Institute and Awesome Con, and in collaboration with the U.S. National Science Foundation, Prof. Suveen Mathaudhu ​recently ​organized three panels at the intersection of science, technology and pop culture. An example panel included the “Tech of the Batmobile” panel which reviewed then engineering and technological advancements of the iconic batmobile over time. . . . . . #california #research #meatucr #ucrhiglander #ucr #lifeatucr #collegelife#iamanengineer #stem #engineering#science #batman #batmobile
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