06/13/23 — UC Berkeley among 13 universities partnering with government and industry “to expand the educational opportunities for students to graduate with the skills and knowledge needed to meet this moment in our nation’s history”
06/07/23 — Technology could reliably feed quantum networks, untangle possibilities like quantum cryptography (PDF)
06/01/23 — CITRIS: Startups founded by Berkeley engineers work to combat climate change, improve energy efficiency and develop more sustainable solutions
05/24/23 — Hannah Stuart and Grigory Tikhomirov recognized for research with real-world impact
05/17/23 — Two research teams have developed cutting-edge approaches that shorten training times for quadruped robots.
05/17/23 — To identify climate-friendly farming practices for biofuel crops, scientists are devising a tracking system that uses inexpensive printed sensors.
05/17/23 — A device from Gridware, founded by engineering alums, uses harmonics from power poles to evaluate grid integrity and hazard risks.
05/17/23 — Computer scientists have created an innovative approach to machine learning that preserves privacy.
05/17/23 — A traffic experiment suggests that just a few AI-equipped vehicles on the road can ease traffic jams and reduce fuel consumption.
05/10/23 — With limitless colors, device may lead to advances in spectroscopy
05/08/23 — Five faculty members to develop 'foundational technologies in learning and reasoning'
05/04/23 — EECS professor is recognized for fundamental achievements in AI
05/02/23 — Honors for Gireeja Ranade and Yakun Sophia Shao are among the agency’s most competitive for early career professionals
05/01/23 — In latest AI lecture, EECS professor Sergey Levine discusses how advances in offline reinforcement learning can enable machine learning systems to learn to make more optimal decisions from data
04/20/23 — Schulman talks about why he chose Berkeley for graduate school, the allure of towel-folding robots, and what he sees for the future of artificial general intelligence
04/20/23 — Tsu-Jae King Liu, dean of UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering, joined Chancellor Carol Christ in an open letter outlining plans to expand and diversify the nation’s semiconductor workforce
04/18/23 The Wall Street Journal — Wall Street Journal: UC Berkeley EECS professor Alexandre Bayen and other experts weigh in on what the future holds for autonomous vehicles
04/13/23 — Researchers show how deep reinforcement learning enables robots to improve continually in the real world, while doing an actual job
04/11/23 — Salting and burying biomass crops in dry landfills could economically capture greenhouse gases for thousands of years
04/07/23 — Venkatesan Guruswami, a Chancellor’s Professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, will use the fellowship to develop resource-efficient approaches to solving computational problems