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Software engineer Debbie Lu Remembers Global TIES Program 11/10/14
Software engineer Debbie Lu Remembers Global TIES Program
Software engineer Debbie Lu (BS ’06, Computer Engineering) took a few minutes out of a busy day to talk about her time as a computer engineering student at UC San Diego. 
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Engineering Graduate Students Named Siebel Scholars 11/7/14
Engineering Graduate Students Named Siebel Scholars
Five engineering graduate students from the University of California, San Diego have been named 2015 Siebel Scholars.
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Engineers and physicians propose new approach to single-ventricle heart surgery for infants 11/5/14
Engineers and physicians propose new approach to single-ventricle heart surgery for infants
A schematic of an industrial ejector pump. This device transfers the energy of flow with
higher pressure to the flow with lower pressure, hence elevating the pressure at the outlet. Based on
the same concept, flow through the SVC can be assisted by flow through the shunt to obtain a higher
pressure at the PA without increasing SVC
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Qualcomm Institute Invites Proposals for Digitally-Mediated Events at UC San Diego 11/5/14
Qualcomm Institute Invites Proposals for Digitally-Mediated Events at UC San Diego
The Qualcomm Institute is inviting University of California, San Diego-affiliated musicians, video artists, composers, engineers, and scientists to submit interdisciplinary event proposals to develop and/or stage their works and research in the institute’s high-tech venues. The new round of proposals will lead to the selection of works and research for the 2015 season of the institute’s Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts and Sciences (IDEAS), with as many as a dozen residencies, presentations and performances to take place between January and November 2015.
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