Visitors to the gallery@calit2 on the University of California San Diego campus will be treated to a mind-expanding yet dystopic art show that asks a simple question: If life started today in our plastic debris-filled oceans, what kinds of life forms would emerge out of the contemporary primordial…
The student group Graduate Women in Computing at UC San Diego will use an award from the National Center for Women and Information Technology to create an academic mentorship program for graduate and undergraduate women in computer science.
On January 12, graduate students from UC San Diego will stage MACHINAL, a live performance and interaction with live audience to explore how technology and machines have changed the landscape of human interactions..
UC San Diego professor of anthropology Thomas E. Levy, who directs the Qualcomm Institute’s Center for Cyber-Archaeology and Sustainability, spent a week in the Indian state of Telagana visiting 10 ancient sites, including one of the largest groups of ‘standing stones’ thousands of years old. Levy…
The leading computing society in the world, ACM, named UC San Diego computer science and engineering professor Rajesh K. Gupta to be an ACM Fellow. He’s the only University of California professor honored by ACM in the class of 2016.
Composer and multimedia artist Katharina Rosenberger, a professor in the Department of Music at the University of California San Diego, has been appointed composer-in-residence at the Qualcomm Institute (QI), the UC San Diego division of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information…
Cheryl Hile, a fund manager at UC San Diego, has embarked on an ambitious effort to become the first patient with multiple sclerosis to run seven marathons on seven continents in a single year, including races in Hawaii this month and Antarctica in January.
The new performance-exhibition, “The Pawel Norway Dream Machine”, will premiere next Thursday, November 17, at the Calit2 Theater in Atkinson Hall on the UC San Diego campus from 5-7 p.m.
Mansi Malik, a second-year graduate student in Computer Science at UC San Diego, was among the 35 UC San Diego students (including nine grad students) and 15,000 people overall attending the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing October 19-21 in Houston, TX.
The University of California San Diego is organizing the 2016 Global Empowerment Summit jointly with the nonprofit Alliance4Empowerment to share best practices, connect, brainstorm and come up with solutions for social impact and innovation.