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When Quantum Systems Combine

Two teams of researchers led by Marina Radulaski, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently won University of California grants that promise to give scientists a better understanding of quantum information sciences—a rapidly-emerging technology that stands to transform the way society interacts with computers and technology.

Winter 2023 ECE Distinguished Seminar Series Schedule Announced

This winter 2023, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is proud to host many distinguished and accomplished individuals in its weekly seminar series scheduled for Fridays at 2:10-3 p.m. in Young Hall, room 198. Seminars are free and open to the public. More details are available on the department's calendar of events.

A Perfect Blend

When it comes to finding the perfect blend for advancing winemaking innovation, American entrepreneur Dr. T.J. Rodgers and his wife, Valeta, have found the answer—funding interdisciplinary research by establishing a fellowship to support electrical and computer engineering graduate students working on wine research at UC Davis.

Luqi Wang Awarded Quantum Technologies Initiative Scholarship from IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society

Luqi Wang has been awarded a 2022 Quantum Technologies Initiative Scholarship from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Antennas and Propagation Society, or IEEE AP-S. The $5,000 award from the AP-S Graduate Fellowship Program recognizes Wang’s demonstrated promise and interest in engineering electromagnetics with a focus on quantum technologies.  

Graduating Senior Man Yu ’22 – ‘Engineering Changes the World’

As a first-generation college student, Man Yu, a graduating senior in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, or ECE, knew he had to do something incredible to make his family proud. When he was in high school weighing his career pathway options, his parents encouraged him to choose ECE.

Club Spotlight: Quantum Computing at Davis

Quantum Computing at Davis (QCD) is a student research group that aims to educate undergraduate and graduate students in quantum information sciences by providing them with hands-on projects and workshops. They foster the quantum community at UC Davis through collaborations between faculty and students and facilitating the transition from top-quality coursework to publishable work. 

GraphBLAST Targets GPU Graph Analytics Performance Issues

“GraphBLAST” – developed by researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Davis – further enhances the performance of GraphBLAS, a popular collection of graph algorithm building blocks, by overcoming design and performance challenges specific to GPU processors.