A monthly summary of UCLA Engineering news | June 2017
UCLA Formula SAE can fast-track engineering careers | Los Angeles Times
Aerospace giants are finding talent in an unlikely place. On the race track.
Watch: Congratulations to UCLA Engineering’s 2017 graduates! | UCLA Engineering
“Visualize success concretely and watch life surprise you.”— Commencement speaker Adam Cheyer, co-founder of Siri
CS student receives prestigious defense fellowship | UCLA Engineering
Graduating senior Iris Cong has received one of the country’s top honors for students pursuing graduate study.
Watch: North Korea’s ICBM and U.S. interceptor capabilities | KTTV-TV Los Angeles
Aerospace Engineering’s Richie Wirz explains missile technology.
Are you sick? Just look at your wrist.
| San Francisco Chronicle
Electrical Engineering’s Sam Emaminejad is involved in wearable tech that uses sweat to diagnose disease.
Striking a balance between soccer and school | Sportsnet Canada
Materials engineering major and Canadian Women’s National Team midfielder Jessie Fleming on being a UCLA student-athlete.
Watch: Google welcomes one of UCLA’s youngest engineering grads
| KCBS-TV Los Angeles
Chess champ Luke Vellotti graduated with a double major in computer science and math and is now headed to Silicon Valley (also in UCLA Newsroom).
UCLA is using machine-learning to analyze massive sets of genomic data
| UCLA Engineering
Computer Science’s Sriram Sankararaman and Ameet Talwalkar win National Science Foundation grant.
Watch: Using robotics for human augmentation | EBS TV (S. Korea)
Mechanical Engineering’s Dennis Hong discusses recent developments in robotics (In Korean; 18:55).
How this UCLA grad plans to become the president of Bolivia | EBS TV (S. Korea)
Computer science major Alejandro Rioja, co-founder of Flux Charger, on serial entrepreneurship and his future plans.