Campus Reopening Notice

Starting June 16th, vaccinated EECS faculty, staff, and students can voluntarily return to their offices, labs and other research spaces in Cory and Soda Halls if they follow the procedures outlined in the EECS Safety Manual.  Building restrictions for non-affiliated collaborators, event attendees, and visitors will continue but be loosened over time. Cory and Soda Halls will open during the first week in August.  We are not hosting events or activities until we receive more clarity about regulatory requirements and are able to resume full operations. Most employees will return to campus on July 12th, and in-person instruction will resume for the Fall semester on August 25th, unless otherwise specified by campus. Please continue to check the University Coronavirus Updates and Resources for latest information.


Enphase Energy Info-session

Via Zoom
Join this presentation to learn more about where you might fit into this fast-growing sustainable energy company! Internships and full-time positions available now. **** Special Announcement! **** We are giving out a $30 credit to our company store to the first 10 participants to arrive at our virtual info session! Make sure to register and login early to win!! EVENT REGISTRATION:...

Plastics: How Did We Get Here, and What's Next?

180 Tan Hall
  • Prof. Ting Xu, UC Berkeley, Materials Science & Engineering
Future technologies depend on the development of functional materials having: (1) hierarchical structures spanning multi-length scale down to the molecular level, (2) built-in functionalities (biological, optical, electronic, magnetic properties), (3) superior selectivity with sensitivities comparable to what we find in nature, (4) responsiveness to external stimuli. These require one to...

Richard M. Karp Distinguished Lecture — On Some Optimization Problems Involving a Large Number of Matrices

Calvin Lab Auditorium (1st Floor) Calvin Laboratory (Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing)
  • Wilfrid Gangbo, UCLA
The past few years have witnessed an increased momentum in efforts to formulate optimal transportation problems in non commutative settings. These studies were motivated by finding appropriate metrics for equations in quantum mechanics or problems in quantum game theory. In this talk, we briefly survey some usefulness of the classical optimal transport theory and then switch to another transport...

Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Sam Pimentel, UC Berkeley

Jane Street Info-session

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
Interested in learning more about Jane Street? Students of all backgrounds and tenures are encouraged to attend - you don't need experience in finance to work at Jane Street. We hope to meet intellectually curious problem solvers! The panel will feature Streeters from our quantitative trading, software engineering, and business development groups. They will share about their roles, internships...

Exploiting Automatic Image Processing and In-situ Transmission Electron Microscopy to Understand the Stability of Supported Nanoparticles: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall
  • Prof. Eric A. Stach, Univ of Pennsylvania, MSE
The activity and lifetime of heterogeneous catalysts are intimately linked with their structural stability in reactive environments. However, it can be challenging to understand and predict how reactive environments lead to nanoparticle coarsening via center of mass motion and Ostwald ripening and how evaporation can lead to mass loss. In the first part of the presentation, I will demonstrate...

Visa Info-session


Neyman seminar

Evans Hall
  • Will Fithian, UC Berkeley