In the just-released and broadly watched worldwide 2019 QS ranking of Chemical Engineering Departments, our Department was ranked at No. 8 in the US (this is the third year in a row that our Department has been ranked in the top-8 in the US). In addition to...read more
Chemical Engineering PhD student Brian Walker received first place in the Poster Award at the 2019 UCLA Bioscience Innovation Day last week, May 23rd, at the Luskin Conference Center. The event is intended to promote awareness of the growing bioscience entrepreneurial...read more
Professor Paula T. Hammond is the David H. Koch Chair Professor of Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering. She is a member of MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, the MIT Energy...read more
We are excited to announce the recruitment of Dr. Carlos Morales-Guio to our expanding school of Engineering at UCLA! Dr. Morales-Guio joined our Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering on November 1st, 2018. Dr. Morales-Guio’s brings his unique expertise...read more
Chemical Engineering PhD student Ehsan Shirzaei Sani received Best Poster Award (Biomaterials Session) at the 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting last week in Pittsburgh. Ehsan, a member of the Annabi Lab (Laboratory for Advanced Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine),...read more
Prof. Jane Chang received the 2018 Plasma Prize of the AVS Plasma Science and Technology Division. The Plasma Prize is given each year to a researcher who has conducted outstanding research in plasma science and technology. It is the highest honor of AVS PSTD. This...read more
Manousiouthakis’ IDEAS research recognized by 2017 “Computers and Chemical Engineering Journal Award”
Professor Manousiouthakis’ IDEAS research was recognized with the 2017 Computers and Chemical Engineering Journal Award. The paper, coauthored by Dr. Vasilios Manousiouthakis and his ex-PhD student Dr. Flavio da Cruz, is titled: “Process intensification of reactive...read more
UCLA tops the list of U.S. public universities in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings, which are published today.
“It is wonderful to see UCLA recognized for our many academic achievements and the impact of our research,” UCLA Chancellor Gene Block said. “As a world-class university dedicated to the public good, we can also take great pride in being acknowledged for the access, opportunity and economic mobility UCLA provides to students from all backgrounds throughout California and the world.”
In rankings published today by the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education, UCLA was named the No. 1 public university in the U.S.
It is the second consecutive year UCLA was rated the top U.S. public university by the WSJ/THE analysis. According to the report, UCLA “offers opportunities for inquiry, discovery, and education — and yet is a close community that provides a sense of belonging.”