The 2017 CITRIS Seed Funding opportunity invites Principal Investigators at UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC...
The CITRIS Connected Communities Initiative supports collaborative discovery, design, and governance through new technologies that enhance education, creative work, and public engagement.
2016 Seed Funding Recipients
Analyzing Large Corpora Of Code Submissions To Generate Actionable Hints For Code Correctness And Style
Principal investigators: Armando Fox (UC Berkeley) and Premkumar Devanbu (UC Davis)We use machine learning and software analysis to generate immediate, customized, actionable feedback on the correctness and quality of students’ computer code with minimal instructor intervention, by using structural similarities between different students’ code submissions as the basis of targeted hints to help the students improve their code.
Bodie Digital Community: Connect With Your Past
Principal investigators: Nicola Lercari and Marcelo Kallmann (UC Merced) and Arnav Jhala (UC Santa Cruz)This project is an augmented reality application for mobile devices created in collaboration with California State Parks. This app promotes public engagement in heritage preservation, fosters connection among visitors, and generates useful data that improve the management and preservation of California natural and cultural resources.
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We are delighted to announce the CITRIS Seed Funding Program awards for 2016. This year, 54 highly...