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A Method For Digital Pathology Using Augmented Reality
UCLA researchers in the Departments of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering have developed a novel method for automated image analysis of digital pathology slides.
Anti-Fouling And Self-Cleaning Electrically Conducting Low-Pressure Membranes For Water Treatment
Researchers in the UCLA Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have developed anti-fouling and self-cleaning membranes for use in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, with particular applications for anaerobic membrane bioreactors.
Selective Deposition Of Diamond In Thermal Vias
UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering have developed a new method of diamond deposition in integrated circuit vias for thermal dissipation.
Method Of Creating Scalable Broadband And Tunable Light Emitter At The Nanoscale Using Layered Black Phosphorus
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a novel method to create a room temperature stable broadband tunable light emitter at the nanoscale.
Self-Locking Optoelectronic Tweezer And Its Fabrication
UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering have developed a novel self-locking optoelectronic tweezer (SLOT) for single cell manipulation in conductive buffer over large areas.
Ultra-Low-Power Reference Clock Generation
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a novel ultra-low power crystal oscillator architecture that achieves the lowest reported power consumption.
Textured Surface Design for Use in Construction
Researchers at the University of California, (UC) Davis have developed a textured surface design that can improve the friction coefficient of soil-structure interfaces.
Stereo Image Acquisition By Lens Translation
UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering have developed a novel single-objective lens stereo imaging setup for endoscopic applications.
A Van Der Waals Integration Approach For Material Integration And Device Fabrication
UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have developed a new low-temperature semiconductor fabrication method to integrate delicate and disparate materials too sensitive for high-temperature integration.
Broadband Comb-Based Spectrum Sensing
Researchers at the UCLA Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering have developed a millimeter-wave spectrum analyzer that uses a non-linear fast switch to generate a broadband frequency comb local oscillator (LO) with a tunable repetition rate.
Scanning Terahertz Nanoscopy Probe
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a Scanning Terahertz Nanoscopy (STN) system with significantly improved detection sensitivity and spatial resolution.
Integrin Stimulating Materials For The Normalization Of Diseased Vasculature
UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering have developed a novel a novel α3/α5β1 integrin binding site integrated endothelial growth factor (VEGF) delivery hydrogel that directs therapeutic vessel regeneration and reduces VEGF induced vascular permeability.
Super Ceramics With Self-Dispersed Nanoparticles Via Casting
UCLA researchers in the Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering have developed a novel casting method to fabricate high performance bulk ceramic materials containing dispersed nanoparticles.
Load-Induced Frequency-Shift-Keying: A New Modulation Scheme That Enables Simultaneous Near-Field Wireless Power And Data Transmission Through A Single Set of Inductive Coils
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed the first modulation system that allows simultaneous wireless power and data transmission through a single pair of inductive coils.
Ultrafast Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel instrument that can image unstained transparent objects with high speeds.
Development Of Surface Enhanced Graphene Oxide For Ubiquitous Antibacterial Coatings
UCLA researchers in the Department of Medicine have developed a novel graphene oxide (GO) based material with significantly enhanced antibacterial effects with maximized surface display of carbon radicals.
Multiple-Bits-Per-Cell Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Memory
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a new random access memory read/write method that achieves new levels of speed, scalability, and memory density.
Micro- and Nanocomposite Support Structures for Reverse Osmosis Thin Film Membranes
UCLA researchers in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have invented a novel nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO) composite membrane for water desalination applications.
Actively Controlled Microarchitectures with Programmable Bulk Material Properties
Professor Jonathan Hopkins and colleagues have developed amechanical programmable metamaterial consisting of an array of actively, independently controlled micro-scale unit cells. This technology allows for the application of materials which have instantly changeable, programmable properties that can exceed those of conventional, existing materials.
A 3D Microfluidic Actuation and Sensing Wearable Technology for In-Situ Biofluid Processing and Analysis
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a novel wearable biosensor capable of measuring biomarkers in real time through biofluids like sweat.
Techniques for Very-Low Power and High Dynamic-Range Delta-Sigma ADCs
Researchers in the UCLA Department of Electrical Engineering have developed an analog-to-digital converter (ADC), to be implemented as part of an implantable and closed-loop neural recording and stimulation system with a linear input range approximately ten times higher than that of existing devices.
Multilayer Batch Microfabricated Magnetic Shielding
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel batch microfabrication technique for microscale shielding layers, simultaneously pushing the limits of minimum size, maximum shielding factor, flexibility, and cost.
Fast And Low-Power Sense Amplifier And Writing Circuit For High-Speed MRAM
The Device Research Laboratory at UCLA’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department has developed the first specialized control circuit for VCMA-based MRAM devices that is high-speed, low error, and low power.
Field Effect Bipolar Transistor
Researchers at the University of California have developed a field effect bipolar transistor (FEBT) on a unilateral silicon substrate using CMOS/BiCMOS technology for use in switching and amplification of electric signals and as a 1-transistor memory cell for storing information in a suitable circuit.
Magnetic Pendulum Array for Efficient Wireless Power Transmission
UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel magnetic pendulum array based mechanical antenna system for near field wireless power transfer with a 2-3 orders of magnitude improvement in quality factor.