Professor Ramamoorthy Ramesh has been elected a foreign member of the Royal Society Professor Ramesh has created nanosized materials that can power small electrical devices with minimal amounts of energy. Full news story here. Contact Us Department offices are located in 210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building, in the Northeast corner of campus. Address: Department of…

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World-Leading Microscopes Take Candid Snapshots of Atoms in Their ‘Neighborhoods’ Scientists use powerful 4D-STEM electron microscopy technique to map out the best atomic ‘hangouts’ in high-performance materials. Read news story here. Contact Us Department offices are located in 210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building, in the Northeast corner of campus. Address: Department of Materials Science and…

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Dean Doyle to retire in Summer 2019 by Berkeley News August 27, 2018 Fiona Doyle, vice provost of graduate studies, longtime leader in the College of Engineering and campus, champion of student services and an influential pioneer in mineral engineering, will retire in June 2019 after a remarkable 36-year career at Berkeley. Read more here. Contact…

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Professor Ting Xu joins the ranks of the Bakar Fellows by Daisy Hernandez July 27, 2018 MSE Professor Ting Xu, was recognized as one of the five UC Berkeley faculty innovators that have been selected for the 2018-19 Bakar Fellows Program. Read full news story here. Read the full interview here. Contact Us Department offices are located in 210…

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Berkeley MSE Graduate Ranking Moves up to #3 in 2018 USN&WR Rankings: by Daisy Hernandez April 05, 2019 The 2018 US News and World Reports graduate rankings have been released and UC Berkeley’s Materials Engineering program has moved up a slot to number 3 in the nationally.  The complete rankings and links to more details…

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A New Metacanvas for Metamaterials by Paul Preuss December 13, 2018 Unlike natural materials where the properties are defined by their chemical composition, metamaterials are a class of artificial materials where the functionalities and properties are achieved by designing the materials’ microstructures. Typically these metamaterials are made with photolithography of structures composed of both dielectrics and…

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Berkeley MSE Moves up in USNWR Global Rankings by Daisy Hernandez November 10, 2017 The Berkeley MSE Department has moved up one spot the number 5 in the recently released US News and World Report Global Rankings.  The rankings are based on academic research performance, including bibilometric measures such as publications, citations and reputation.  The…

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Berkeley MSE Undergraduate Ranking Moves up to #2 in 2018 USN&WR Rankings by Daisy Hernandez October 4, 2017 The 2018 US News and World Reports undergraduate rankings have been released and UC Berkeley’s Materials Engineering program has moved up a slot to number 2 in the nationally.  The complete rankings and links to more details…

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