Nate joined us in December.
The Spring 2012 Research Exchange Seminar Series
The Spring 2012 i4Energy Seminar Series
Data-enabled science allowed detection of Type Ia supernova hours after explosion.
Our recent seminar series can be found as playlists.
This conference will highlight cutting-edge case studies as well as research, curriculum development, and community partnerships.
A CITRIS-supported startup is developing innovative technologies to curb skyrocketing electrical consumption, energy costs and greenhouse emissions.
Programs promote healthy behaviors by feeding information to overweight and asthmatic youth.
Many of California’s residents are tragically underserved.
The University of California is a key economic catalyst for the state, generating $46.3 billion in annual economic activity for California.
She will help guide the CITRIS Initiatives and enhance collaboration between the UC Davis researchers and the other three CITRIS campuses.
Our annual student competition for student-led proposals.
Dr. Han is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the UC Davis School of Medicine.
The goal of the NMO Lab is to engage students and faculty by addressing real-world problems in complex networks, and in a variety of topics that include quality of service, customer support, intelligent and automated management of network devices.
This is a problem of knowledge, specifically of local information, since dengue fever’s prevention depends on eliminating local breeding sites.
We are very excited here at CITRIS about the innovative applications of basic information technologies and principles to some very resistant societal problems.
The Fall series will begin in September.
The fall Research Exchange schedule is now online
The mission of this initiative is to improve access and reduce disparities in health care.
CITRIS’s ‘Big Bets’ emerge out of our strategic planning work and address problems that are of significant importance. They each address a fundamental requirement for human life: Health, Sustainability and Energy.
The mission of i4Energy to facilitate and promote research on system-integrated enabling technologies that will achieve better energy efficiency, improved demand / response, and dramatic improvements in energy distribution.
This year, CITRIS awarded five student-led proposals a total of $45,000 in prize money at the April 14 poster session for our annual White Paper competition
A new approach could allow for more affordable, efficient, and portable gas-detecting devices that could revolutionize industry.
The world is full of valuable information that, if known, would save money, lives, and numerous resources. The trusses supporting our bridges contain information about when the aging structures will become dangerous to cross.