Fall 2014: CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series

CITRIS Research Exchange logoFree and open to the public, the CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series is a weekly dialogue highlighting leading voices on societal-scale research issues. Each one-hour seminar starts at 12pm Pacific time and is hosted live in the Banatao Auditorium at Sutardja Dai Hall on the UC Berkeley campus (*unless otherwise noted).

 View PDF of the Fall 2014 Research Exchange Seminar Series schedule.

Please click the REGISTER button for the seminar you wish to attend and complete the Eventbrite registration form. Lunch is provided at UC Berkeley for those who register in advance.

Live webcasting of each CITRIS Research Exchange seminar is available at these CITRIS campuses:

CITRIS @ Davis: 1131 Kemper Hall, College of Engineering, UC Davis
CITRIS @ Merced: 322-Willow, Classroom and Office Building (COB), UC Merced
CITRIS @ Santa Cruz: Room 595B, Engineering 2 Building, Baskin School of Engineering, UC Santa Cruz

Watch the Live Webcast

Watch recent videos from the series on the CITRIS YouTube Channel:

CITRIS Research Exchange: Fall 2014 Playlist

CITRIS Research Exchange: Spring 2014 Playlist


Fall 2014 CITRIS Research Exchange Schedule
Day Photo Title Speaker Affiliation Time and Location YouTube Register
Sept 3 Dan Sperling The Transformation of Transportation: New Vehicles, Fuels, and Mobility Services Dan Sperling Institute for Transportation Studies, UC Davis 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Sept 10 Ashok Gagdil Lessons Learned from Drinking Water Treatment, Fuel-Efficient Cookstoves, and Energy Efficient Lights Ashok Gagdil Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Sept 17 Francisco García Morán Digital Agenda for Europe  Francisco García Morán Chief IT Advisor – European Commission 12-1pm *SDH 250 Watch YouTube Video
Sept 19 Ben Schneiderman Blending Science Engineering and Design Ben Shneiderman University of Maryland *10:30am SDH 250 Watch YouTube Video
Sept 24 Christian Claudel Wireless Sensor Networks for Flash Flood and Traffic Monitoring in Urban Environments Using Mixed Eulerian Lagrangian Sensing Christian Claudel Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering – KAUST 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Oct 1 Paul Waddell UrbanSim model of urban development Paul Waddell Professor and Chair of City and Regional Planning – UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Oct 8 Ed Abbo Data Analytics in Energy Ed Abbo c3Energy 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium
Oct 15 Ted Selker The Technology of Access: Allowing People of Age to Vote for Themselves Ted Selker UC Santa Cruz 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Oct 22 Steven Johnson How We Got to Now Steven Johnson Bestselling Author 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Oct 29 Nick Anderson Pragmatic Translational Informatics Nick Anderson Director of Informatics Research – UC Davis Health System 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Nov 5 C.-Y. Cynthia Lin The Economics of Energy C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Dept of Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video
Nov 12 Ted Driscoll Medicine: A Big Data Revolution Occurring in Our Midst Ted Driscoll Claremont Creek Ventures 12-1pm *SDH 250 Watch YouTube Video
Nov 19 Richard Swart Innovations in Entrepreneurial Finance Richard Swart The Coleman Fung Institute 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium YouTube Video N/A
Nov 26 Thanksgiving Holiday – No Seminar
Dec 3 David Haussler Big Data for Better Medicine David Haussler Center for Biomolecular Science and Engineering – UC Santa Cruz 12-1pm Banatao Auditorium Watch YouTube Video

 

Seminar Archive:

Links to previous Research Exchange seminar series: Spring 2014 | Fall 2013 | Spring 2013 | Fall 2012 | Spring 2012 | Fall 2011 | Spring 2011 | Fall 2010 | Spring 2010 | Fall 2009 | Spring 2009

Links to previous i4Energy seminar series: Spring 2013 | Fall 2012 Spring 2012 | Fall 2011  |  Spring 2011 |  Fall 2010  |  Spring 2010  |  Fall 2009