Archives: Master of Engineering Blog
A few hundred years ago, if you wanted to get from San Francisco to Los Angeles, your best bet would be to take a horse-drawn wagon. The journey would take you days of arduous jostling over uneven terrain in the hot sun. Heading to Los Angeles meant you were probably going to stay in… Read More »
Daniel Lee (MEng 2013) is a Quality Engineer in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA, where he overlooks the design and build of electronic boards and slices, ensuring that the quality and pedigree of each board is good for flight. He also does part-time web development, creating web apps to help the entire section and… Read More »
We’ve started our Humans of Fung Institute (HOFI) photo series! Read more about the awesome project Daniel Lim, MEng 2015, has been working on by checking out our Facebook page. And keep an eye out, YOU could be our next HOFI alumni spotlight!
Current MEng student, Daniel Campo, had the opportunity to attend the Scientist Mentorship and Diversity Program. Read more about the event from Daniel Campo’s perspective below. When I had first arrived at San Diego I knew relatively little about the Scientist Mentorship and Diversity Program. I knew that this program had an emphasis on diversity, and all… Read More »
We’re so excited to announce our all-star team of student leaders from this year’s MEng class! Their first contribution was the development of a code of professionalism, which the entire cohort contributed to during Boot Camp. PROFESSIONALISM CODE As members of the Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership at the University of California, Berkeley, Master of Engineering students are… Read More »
Two Master of Engineering Capstone teams, led by Professor Alice M. Agogino, are currently working on a tensegrity robot that has the potential of becoming NASA’s Next Space Robot. Tensegrity is a portmanteau of “tension” and “integrity” elaborating on “a structure of compressed components that generates a net of continuous tension, according to NASA.” An… Read More »
The Fall Issue of Berkeley Engineering highlighted a capstone project. Connor Landgraf (BS ’13, MEng ’14 BioE) started designing digital enhancements for stethoscopes as an undergraduate. With guidance from bioengineering professor Amy Herr, Landgraf continued this work with fellow master of engineering students Jiarong Fu, Zhengda Zhao and Robert Sibilia (all MEng ’14 BioE), as… Read More »