Larry Smarr will step down as the director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) and retire as a distinguished professor from the Jacobs School of Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Department at the end of this month.
A collaboration between researchers at the University of California San Diego and the University of Washington that demonstrated the ability to hack a car is honored for its lasting impact
Scientists with UC San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering and the Qualcomm Institute have developed a new gene prediction algorithm, called MINING-D, that could help researchers investigate the genetic clues behind the variation of symptoms shown in COVID-19 patients.
An Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department program at UC San Diego designed to motivate and empower undergraduate students has found a creative way to challenge young people to think outside the box by first asking them to dive into one.
Dr. Pradipta Ghosh, Soumita Das, Larry Smarr and Jürgen Schulze—researchers in diverse disciplines at the University of California San Diego—have been granted a total of $4.7 million from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to improve surgical outcomes and therapeutics for patients…
The Qualcomm Institute at UC San Diego and the San Diego Art Institute announced the formation of a new alliance that will fuse cutting-edge technology and contemporary art in the heart of Balboa Park.
Drugged driving has joined drunk driving and distracted driving as a leading cause of motor vehicle collisions. As roadway safety remains a pressing public health concern in California, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and the Qualcomm Institute have received funding…
A coalition of students, grassroots organizations, human trafficking survivors and local and global leaders will gather at the University of California San Diego for the Third Annual Global Empowerment Summit on October 6, 2018.
A program at the University of California San Diego designed to increase retention of underrepresented groups studying computer science will get a roughly $2 million boost from the National Science Foundation over the next five years.
The Qualcomm Institute at the University of California San Diego has launched its sixth annual invitation to faculty and students to propose residencies culminating in performances or presentations of works and research in visual arts, music, theatre and dance, as well as technology disciplines.