The director of the CITRIS Policy Lab and UC Berkeley research professor demystifies emerging tech to help lawmakers create responsible policy.
Fleets of lightweight, miniature spacecraft propelled entirely by solar radiation could be the next step in space exploration.
Ayush Pandey seeks to design trustworthy AI models that can better respond to unpredictable scenarios in air traffic control.
Tech for Social Good awards support events and research projects that explore technology-based solutions to major social challenges.
The 2024 program will feature a variety of hands-on experiences and teach essential safety, privacy and security responsibilities.
The EDGE in Tech Symposium: Advancing Health Tech for All will take place Friday, March 8, at Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis.
The biotech giant will license GenEdit’s NanoGalaxy platform in a $15 million agreement to enhance autoimmune disease medications.
A team of UC Berkeley researchers demystifies a growing segment of the carbon credit market and advises how to meet emission reduction goals.
CITRIS is proud to announce an exceptional cohort of pioneers in diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM fields.
These top teams will build upon successful proposals to develop detailed designs for air transportation infrastructure that connects CITRIS’s four campuses.
His research has been critical to the implementation of semiconductor electronic and photonic devices.
The state’s leading advocate for quality senior living will partner on the CITRIS Health project to connect older people living in affordable housing with telehealth resources and digital literacy training.
“We are delighted to have Alex lead the team and bring his considerable experience to support CITRIS’s work,” said incumbent Director Costas J. Spanos.
Spanos has served as the institute’s fourth director since 2014, making his tenure the longest of any leader since CITRIS’s launch in 2001.
The winning projects will use IT to address challenges in aviation, climate resilience and sustainability, digital health, and semiconductors and systems.
In an interview with California Magazine, CITRIS PI Ken Goldberg argues for the embrace of new generative technologies.
Erin Hestir, campus director of CITRIS at UC Merced, was among the international team of researchers studying South Africa’s Greater Cape Floristic Region.
In her new role, Hestir will help facilitate the development of research, industry and educational opportunities within UC Merced that align with CITRIS’s mission of using information technology to address society’s most critical challenges.
The CITRIS PI and UC Davis biological and agricultural engineer harnesses robotic and automated technology to optimize designs, systems and processes in agriculture and beyond.
AI-optimized microgrids could provide communities with reliable electricity more quickly after a power outage.
These latest ventures are working to address significant societal challenges, including diagnosing and treating serious diseases and navigating a difficult rental housing market.
A combination of cameras and clothes-recognizing AI bring a new level of efficiency to room-tidying robots.
Harris has provided expert guidance on the trajectory of AI, advocating caution in regard to open-source AI models.
The collaboration will address the demand for cybersecurity expertise by integrating cybersecurity awareness across the CITRIS Workforce Innovation Program.