News

  • Feb 11
    2019
    The Undergraduate Rinker Lab at UC Santa Barbara recently welcomed the return of an alumnus, Jose Navarrete, PhD 2017, as Undergraduate Lab Manager, to continue the goals of the Chemical Engineering department.  ChE’s goals with the lab are to design and construct lab experiments that reinforce fundamental Chemical Engineering principles; expose students to industrially-... read more »
  • Feb 5
    2019
    The Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Association held the second annual Winter GSA/AIChE Research Fair in the Engineering II Courtyard on January 28th, a collaboration with the AIChE undergraduate chapter.  The event showcased graduate student research in ChE, and provided a forum for undergraduate chemical engineering students to explore research opportunities... read more »
  • Jan 2
    2019
    The International Society of Magnetic Resonance has named UC Santa Barbara Department of Chemical Engineering Professor Songi Han as an ISMAR Fellow, honoring her many contributions in the field of magnetic resonance, including both world-leading research activities and support of the magnetic resonance community.  Professor Han joins a distinguished international group... read more »
  • Dec 12
    2018
    The faculty of the Department of Chemical Engineering have awarded Scott Danielsen the Schlinger Fellowship for Excellence in Chemical Engineering Research for the period 2018-19, as evidenced by publications, submitted manuscripts or other measures of impact.  “Congratulations to Scott on his outstanding application package and performance in our graduate program," said... read more »
  • Dec 11
    2018
    The Department of Chemical Engineering is pleased to announce our 2018 issue of Chemical Engineering at UCSB is now available. Featuring faculty awards and honors, profiles of our new faculty, student awards and achievements, alumni updates, and much more! For more information on the newsletter and our archive of past newsletters, visit: chemengr.ucsb.edu/about/... read more »