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Prospective Undergraduates

Curious to see what life is like as a Jacobs School of Engineering student? Learn more about our six engineering departments and engineering and computer science majors, our Experience Engineering Initiative, and how you can study abroad and still graduate in four years.

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Our graduate engineering programs consistently rank among the top in the nation. Admissions information for the PhD programs offered at the Jacobs School. 


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A new neuromorphic chip for AI on the edge, at a small fraction of the energy and size of today's compute platforms
August 17, 2022

An international team of researchers has designed and built a chip that runs computations directly i...

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Researchers receive $3.14M NIH grant for better imaging during pediatric heart procedures
August 16, 2022

Engineers and physicians at the University of California San Diego have received a $3.14 million, fi...

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Problem-solving like an expert
August 15, 2022

Learning to become better problem solvers is how several San Diego high school students, as well as ...

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UC San Diego bioengineering faculty to pursue collaborative research in Franklin Antonio Hall
August 12, 2022

When the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering’s new 186,000-square-foot Franklin Antonio ...

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New study shows COVID-19 genomic recombination is uncommon but disproportionately occurs in spike protein region
August 11, 2022

An analysis of millions of SARS-CoV-2 genomes finds that recombination of the virus is uncommon, but...

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