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New technology could wean the battery world off cobalt
New technology could wean the battery world off cobalt by Brett Israel April 11, 2018 Lithium batteries use more than 50 percent of all cobalt produced globally. This is because lithium ions are stored in cathodes which are layered structures. Cobalt is crucial to maintaining this layered structure. Now, a research team led by scientists at UC…Read More
Donate to MSE!
Donate to MSE! by Daisy Hernandez March 30, 2018 Make Big Give a Big Berkeley Moment for you! Donate to MSE here: give.berkeley.edu/mse Share these hashtags on social media or with your students! #BerkeleyMSE #CALBigGive #BerkeleyEngineering Contact Us Department offices are located in 210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building, in the Northeast corner of campus. Address: Department…Read More
Hand in Hand: Using the handedness of X-rays to probe the handedness of electronic vortices
Hand in Hand: Using the handedness of X-rays to probe the handedness of electronic vortices by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences January 15, 2018 Chirality – or handedness – is an intriguing symmetry property in nature and it simply means that a chiral system is non-superposable on its mirror image. An example of a…Read More
Professors Asta and Chrzan in New Leadership Roles
Professors Asta and Chrzan in New Leadership Roles by Daisy Hernandez January 1, 2018 Professor Asta ended his term as Department Chair of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) on January 1, and has assumed the role of Materials Sciences Division Director at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Professor Asta’s leadership has been invaluable to MSE,…Read More
A New Metacanvas for Metamaterials
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…Read More
Congratulations to Professor Oscar Dubon on his appointment as the Vice Chancellor for Equity & Inclusion!
Congratulations to Professor Oscar Dubon on his appointment as the Vice Chancellor for Equity & Inclusion! by Daisy Hernandez June 22, 2017 Materials Science & Engineering Professor Oscar Dubón has been appointed as the Vice Chancellor for Equity & Inclusion at UC Berkeley. He previously served as Associate Dean for Equity & Inclusion and Student Affairs…Read More
Congratulations to Emma Vargo on being selected to participate in the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting!
The scientific review panel of the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings has selected Emma Vargo to participate in the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, taking place from 26 June to 1 July 2022 in Germany. Emma Vargo is a doctoral student working in the Xu lab. The Lindau meetings bring together 600 university students and…Read More
Faculty Spotlight: Matthew Sherburne
Where did you study? I went back to school after working and restarted my education at American River Community College in Sacramento, CA. Then I transferred to UC Berkeley and majored in Materials Science and Mineral Engineering and Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. Enjoying school, I decided to stay at…Read More
Visa Rule Rescinded
Visa Rule Rescinded “University of California Board of Regents Chair John A. Pérez and President Janet Napolitano issued the following joint statement Tuesday, July 14 on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s decision to rescind a directive that would have forced international students to leave the country if their schools held all classes online due…Read More
Graduate Student Instructors/ Readers
GRADUATE STUDENT INSTRUCTOR/ READER GSI/GSR Openings for positions as a Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) and Reader are announced before the beginning of each semester. If interested, complete the Online Application (which requires a CalNet ID) Applicants must meet all Graduate Division requirements for the appointment including being a registered graduate student with a minimum GPA of 3.0…Read More