Published 5:59 pm, Tuesday, June 10, 2014, www.sfgate.com by Gavin Newsom and Ken Goldberg Although the results of last week’s primary election are still being certified, […]
by Gordy Slack The road to start-up success is littered with great ideas. Turning an idea into a prototype, a viable business plan, and an […]
Most students aspire to both do well and do good in school. A semester-long app-development competition helped give traction for 50 graduate and undergraduate students […]
Job Description How can we create an online forum that promotes more democratic assembly and decision-making with less groupthink? For example, how can we design […]
Job Opportunity: Postdoctoral Research, Service-oriented software platform for social activism Research team Lead Inria Project-Team: ARLES-MiMove (Paris-Rocquencourt) Other Inria Project-teams: MYRIADS (Rennes) and DICE (Lyon) […]
Companies from the CITRIS Foundry were winners in the 2014 UC Berkeley Startup Competition (LAUNCH). LAUNCH is one of the foremost UC Berkeley events for […]
For the second year in a row, The Foundry@CITRIS had a strong showing at the Innovate@Berkeley startup competition. Companies from The Foundry represented three out of six finalists (KNOX […]
Five new teams have recently joined the CITRIS Foundry. Created in 2012, the Foundry helps entrepreneurs build companies that make a significant impact on the […]
The effects of the information explosion on the University are increasingly evident.
Annual event by the CSE program allows students to learn more about local research in computational science.
CITRIS was featured in a recent article by Joaquin Palomino in the East Bay Express that explores the complicated relationship between corporate support and scientific research on university campuses.
“The ‘multi-perspective’ video platform is one of eight prototypes to get Knight foundation funding”
Big Ideas@Berkeley is an annual innovation contest aimed at providing funding, support, and encouragement to interdisciplinary teams of UC undergraduate and graduate students who have “big ideas.”
The idea is to get kids excited about engineering and science at an extremely low cost.
The CITRIS Foundry has officially launched! This program for UC entrepreneurs is now open for applications, and initial teams are expected to be announced in mid-December.
CITRIS Foundry focuses on helping entrepreneurs develop their innovations to be ready for market.
The annual student-proposal award with $30K CITRIS prizes.
The Fall 2012 i4Energy Seminar Series
The CITRIS Tech Museum will display a new exhibit that is virtual, 3D and interactive
CITRIS is now hiring for the position of Managing Director i4Energy Center (MD/i4E)
CITRIS is hiring for the position Associate Director of Development, Corporate & Foundation Relations.
Secretary Pecresse visited the new CITRIS Tech Museum in Sutardja Dai Hall, where Ph.D. students demonstrated the Mobile Millennium technology for her.
For more information and to apply for internship please contact: Tammy
Welcome at LBNL: TSWelcome@lbl.gov
Title: Student Assistant Position with IT Division at LBNL
Undergraduate or graduate position, <50% during academic year, 100%
Paul Wright, CITRIS Chief Scientist at UC Berkeley, has been awarded the 2007 NAMRI/SME S.M. Wu Research Implementation Award, which recognizes individuals for outstanding original research presented at the North American Manufacturing Research Conference.