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Calit2 10th Anniversary Celebration

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Profs inspect damage after earthquake simulations

The California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) turns 10 years old on Dec. 7, 2010. The UCSD Division of Calit2 will commemorate the milestone with a day-long series of activities looking back at the institute's first decade - and looking ahead to 2020. Former California Governor Gray Davis, who presided over the launch in 2000, will top the list of speakers at a commemoration ceremony. From 1-6 pm, Calit2 will host a Research Open House, offering the public a wide array of technology demos, talks, posters and lab tours. And from 6-9 pm, the institute's public spaces will be alive with interactive art installations, multimedia theater and performances by the institute's Composers in Residence. All activities will take place in Atkinson Hall or the Engineering Courtyard.


DECaF: Disciplines of Engineering Career Fair

Friday, February 18, 2011

Corporations and organizations are invited to register now to reserve a recruiting table at DECaF 2011. DECaF is an annual student-managed multidisciplinary career fair coordinated by TESC and 20 pre-professional engineering student organizations. These engineering societies, representing the spectrum of disciplines at the Jacobs School, work in close collaboration to maximize the attendance of the Jacobs School undergraduate/graduate student engineers at the day-long event.


IDEaS: Innovation Day Expo and Symposia

February 22-25, 2011
In honor of UCSD's 50th anniversary, IDEaS features a week of high-profile events for the campus and community highlighting the exciting innovation happening at UC San Diego. The Innovation Symposia takes place February 22-24; on February 25, UC San Diego will host an engaging expo featuring live demonstrations, hands-on exhibits and face-to-face interaction with the innovators themselves.


Research Expo

Thursday, April 14, 2011 The annual Jacobs School Research Expo features research posters by 250+ M.S. and Ph.D. engineering students, technical breakouts led by Jacobs School faculty, and a reception where guests can interact with faculty and students who share their research interests.


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