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Accelerated Code Cuts Time and Cost in Seismic Modeling The image shows a snapshot of ground motion of the 2008 magnitude-5.4 Chino Hills earthquake in an east-to-west direction; the red-yellow and green-blue colors depict the amplitude of shaking. The simulation indicates that small-scale heterogeneities (causing the highly irregular pattern of shaking in the image) may […]
Trumpeter Derek Cannon works with the Correia students in the school’s auditorium. Students in Correia Middle School’s Jazz Band were fortunate to benefit from the “Artist in Residency” program which brought professional trumpeter and educator Derek Cannon to the school in November. The Correia students, in grades 8 and 9, worked with Cannon before performing […]
The CitiSense sensors transmit their air quality readings to smart phones. More pictures of the sensor and its smart phone interface can be found here. Computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego have built a small fleet of portable pollution sensors that allow users to monitor air quality in real time on their […]
What Drives Your Life? Chevrolet Campus Promotions Program Event at SDSU Chevrolet Congratulates Students on a Successful Campaign. Aztec Creative Solutions, a student-run marketing agency, received praise from Chevrolet after successfully executing an integrated marketing campaign to increase awareness of the All-New Chevrolet Spark, Sonic and Cruze, as well as the Chevrolet College Discount Program […]
Bryan Starr joined Orange County Business Council (OCBC) as Senior Vice President of Government Affairs on October 15, 2012. He will work closely with OCBC’s board of directors and members to implement a government affairs program built around OCBC’s four core initiatives: ensuring a range of workforce housing, supporting workforce development, improving infrastructure, and enhancing […]
“SEED” Resource to Offer Fast, Easy Sharing via a Web Interface [Click image to view a streaming video clip or download ] This image is from a video showing the ground motions of a simulated Magnitude 8.0 earthquake along the San Andreas Fault through some densely populated areas. Researchers at SDSC and San Diego State […]
UC San Diego and San Diego State students in front of the Mission Bay Aquatic Center (MBAC), the world’s largest instructional waterfront facility. Students at the University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University are collaborating to improve the energy efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint of the Mission Bay Aquatic Center (MBAC) […]
Martel Irby from SCPA leads hisSummerbridge class in the dissectionof a sheep’s brain. Elementary and middle school students considered “at risk” recently completed the Summerbridge program at La Jolla High School. The program, established in 1993, this year helped 150 students in grades 5-8 improve their English-language arts, math and science skills. Students with good […]
Projects range from an external artificial pancreas to paleomagnetic studies of the Salton Sea Bryan Sanchez with faculty mentor Jeff Gee. Sanchez is studying paleomagnetic sediments of the Salton Sea and Papua New Guinea through Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s SURF program.
San Diego-area TV Sports Anchor Humberto Gurmilan Nominated for No Limits Award, Honoring People From All Walks of Life Who Have Succeeded Despite Physical Challenges
After being paralyzed in a surfing accident at 14, Humberto Gurmilan persevered to become one of the most popular TV personalities in San Diego, California. San Diego TV sports anchor Humberto Gurmilan was recently nominated for the 2012 “No Limits” Award, a charity-based mission created to celebrate businesspeople from all walks of life who have […]
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