CITRIS administrator sews protective masks Karen Stierwalt, CITRIS Director of Finance and Administration, began sewing at about eight years old. Over the last decade, she […]
UC Merced Newsroom: The Center for Information Technology in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) and UC Merced’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Group present an […]
Cal Day has now become Cal Week (April 18 – 24, 2020) Cal Day, a free public UC Berkeley spring tradition that generally draws upwards […]
CITRIS Executive Director Camille Crittenden was featured in the UC IT Blog’s Q&A series and spoke about the need for women in technology, her work […]
Institute responds to coronavirus crisis We find ourselves in extraordinary times. As our research community faces the coronavirus pandemic, our thoughts turn to what contributions we […]
Wired: CITRIS Director Costas Spanos was recently featured in Wired for his work helping Singapore cut office energy use with the help of artificial intelligence. Read the story […]
Starting March 30, 2020, with approval from the office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, the CITRIS Invention Lab and Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation […]
COVID-19 Call for Proposals In the context of the Worldwide COVID-19 Pandemic, the C3.ai DTI is soliciting Research Award proposals that catalyze cooperative research activities […]
Robotics and AI experts from industry and academia presented their research and tech innovations at the CITRIS co-sponsored event, TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 on Tuesday, March 3 at UC Berkeley.
The new spring cohort of CITRIS Foundry teams was announced February 13 at a Foundry event featuring Rich Lyons, UC Berkeley’s first-ever Chief Innovation and Entrepreneurship Officer. The 32 teams cover deep tech fields from AI and engineering systems to materials science and biotechnology, tackling issues including health care, energy and the environment, transportation, and sustainable infrastructure.
The submission deadline for abstracts is April 1, 2020. The BECC conference will be held on December 6-9, 2020 in Washington DC. Mitigating climate change […]
Cal Day 2020 at UC Berkeley has been canceled. For the latest information on how UC Berkeley is preparing for coronavirus, visit the UC Berkeley website.
Maker Pass holders, students who qualify to use a variety of makerspaces on the Berkeley campuses, can now access high-resolution Form 2 3D printers in the CITRIS Invention Lab in Sutardja Dai Hall, thanks to a grant from the Student Tech Fund at UC Berkeley.
Kris Pister, professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences and a co-director of the Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center, has been named the new faculty director of the UC Berkeley Marvell Nanofabrication Laboratory (NanoLab), located at CITRIS. The appointment, which became effective Jan. 2, brings in a veteran user known for his advances in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) to head the cutting-edge facility.
The gross misrepresentation of events exemplified in this tweet came to my attention during my involvement in a research project between the CITRIS Policy Lab and the Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley which analyzed thousands of tweets from the top 10 most influential bot and non-bot accounts spreading anti-migrant propaganda on Twitter leading up to the 2018 U.S. midterm elections.
The Women in Tech Symposium is back, this time focusing on cybersecurity. Get to know some of the leading women in the field on Friday, March 6 at UC Berkeley’s Sibley Auditorium. Join CITRIS for a day-long event focused on the experiences and career paths of women in cybersecurity and walk away with deep insights about our cybersecurity future.
Wendy Nather, Head of Advisory CISOs at Duo Security, will deliver a keynote on “Democratizing Security” at this year’s Women in Tech Symposium. Window Snyder, Chief Security Officer at Square, will participate in a fireside chat with Dean of Berkeley Engineering Tsu-Jae King Liu.
State Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Director of the California Department of Technology Amy Tong has joined the advisory board of the Center for Information […]
A pioneering woman in AI and Machine Learning, the first woman to receive tenure in her field at UC Berkeley, a computer scientist and digital activist challenging bias in decision-making software, and an organization that has introduced 185,000 girls to coding and computer science. The winners of this year’s Women in Tech Initiative Athena Awards represent a wide range of talents and contributions to the tech field and exemplify the goals of our program.
Bay Area native Erin Hestir followed a non-traditional path to a position in technology before becoming an engineering professor at UC Merced. Inspired by her […]
The TTRN-CITRIS International Summer Institute aims to build and support an international network of researchers dedicated to the creation of impactful research and innovation in health […]
Please fill out the EcoBlock Response Form to nominate a neighborhood and submit by December 30, 2019, 11:59 p.m. PDT.
ABOUT The Art Rosenfeld Award for Energy Efficiency aims to promote innovative research in technologies and policies that will enable a more resource-efficient society. To […]
Daily Californian: Yana Feldman of the Lawrence Livermore National Lab speaks about Multimodal-Deep Learning System for Monitoring Nuclear Proliferation Activities at CITRIS Research Exchange.