Sea Cliff Erosion, Hemp Construction Materials and More to be Presented at UCSD Engineering Conference
Published on February 18, 2008 at 11:24 AM
Sea cliff erosion prediction, an automatic cameraman, wall
boards made from hemp and plant-based glues, computers with common
sense, origami optics, privacy-preserving surveillance systems, the
strength of toucan beaks, and stem cell control with nano-science are
just a few of the more than 250 research projects from every corner of
the engineering world that will be presented by UC San Diego Jacobs
School of Engineering graduate students on Thursday 21 February 2008 at
Research Expo – the research extravaganza at UCSD’s
Jacobs School of Engineering.
Descriptions of these and other hot posters are available at
the online newsroom for Research Expo http://www.jacobsschool.ucsd.edu/re/posters.shtml.