April 22, 2023!
Please also see the College of Engineering Cal Day events.
We invite all admitted bioengineers to join us on Saturday April 22 for these live events!
10:00 am – 2:00 pm – BioE Info Table
For location details, refer to your Cal Events App
Stop by our info table to learn more about the major from our department adviser, Marisela Adler. Energetic current students will also be happy to share tips and perspectives from their undergraduate experience.
11:00 am – 12:30 pm – Current BioE Student Q+A
106 Stanley Hall
What’s it like to be a BioEngineering student? Get the scoop on the major from current students in the department about academics, student life and extracurriculars, and more!
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm – Meet a few BioE faculty
106 Stanley Hall
Come and listen to our faculty and learn about their areas of research, what their labs are doing, and get a sense of the culture in the classroom directly from them!
Can’t make it to Cal Day, or want to get prepped for your visit?
Our students have you covered! Check out the videos below and more at Learn About BioE.
Got questions? Check out the Prospective Student FAQ about Berkeley Bioengineering.
The bioengineering concentrations
|The Biomedical Devices concentration
|The Biomedical Imaging concentration
|The Cell & Tissue Engineering concentration
|The Synthetic & Computational Biology Concentration
|Thank you to Bioprinting @ Berkeley for videos on each concentration.
Video shorts from senior capstone design teams
In our BioE 192 Senior Capstone Design course, student teams collaborate with a diverse set of physician “clients” in varied clinical specialties at UCSF, Stanford, UC Davis, and internationally to develop and test promising novel medical device solutions. Students to work through one iteration of the engineering design process on their project: needs refinement and formulation, setting target specifications, concept generation and down-selection, specification refinement, functional prototyping, testing, and redesign.
Establishing PPE Integrity for N95 Respirators
Respiratory PPE for Dental Hygienists: Engineering Protection Controls for Aerosol-Generating Cleaning Procedures
3D Printed Mask Frame For Regulating Internal Mask Humidity Level In high Humidity Environments
Redesigning Facial PPE for Radiology Patients
COVID-19 Temperature Regulating PPE that Prevents Sweat Accumulation for Cal Athletic Trainers
A method to reduce fogging in lenses of optometry patients and clinicians for improved patient care
Respirators in the Emergency Department: Communication Solutions to Counter Voice Attenuation while wearing PPEs