CITRIS is a major partner in an innovative international collaboration in telemedicine and heart disease. In March 2012, Aalborg University (Denmark), CITRIS/UC Davis Health System […]
by Alice Daniel, California Healthline From the California Healthline website In the not-so-distant future, physical therapy patients could toss their hand outs with stick-figure drawings […]
Professor Costas Spanos became the fourth director of CITRIS on February 1, 2014. He is Andrew S. Grove Professor and Chair of Electrical Engineering and […]
Dear Friends of CITRIS: First, I want to thank my friend and colleague Paul Wright, and the excellent faculty and staff he has assembled in […]
Papamichael has led the development of smart windows and skylights, daylight sensor breakthroughs.
A group of UC Davis students are using it as a new way of voicing concerns about one’s workplace.
Viers has his paddle in the river and his head in the cloud.
Changes at CITRIS include new leadership and new center affiliations.
The 2013-2014 Big Ideas@Berkeley contest is now open.
On 9/12, CITRIS and IGS present a 1-day conference exploring the importance that open data has on improving governance.
Dr. Young is a nurse leader, educator and scientist and a nationally recognized expert in gerontological nursing and rural health care.
The Ocean Power team from UC Davis won the first Sustainability Award Competition with a prototype that harnesses energy from waves.
We have boosted our ability to encourage collaborative research among academia, industry and government with our Invention Lab and Foundry.
The DECSE is essentially a graduate minor designed to give PhD students fluency in modeling, simulation, and data analysis tools.
Tackling machine vision by making a seamless interface between the automated algorithmic part of the job and the human part.
We are pleased to announce the publication of 2013 CITRIS Impact Report! This interactive online site allows users to explore and discover how CITRIS continues […]
This interactive site allows users to discover how CITRIS continues to foster innovation and enhance connections among researchers and partners.
Dr. Lindeman will help coordinate health care projects among the CITRIS campuses and has worked in the field of again for more than 30 years.
CITRIS awarded five student-led proposals a total of $30,000 in prize money for our annual competition.
CITRIS projects demonstrate the great progress that can be made when limits are reached but progress must still be made.
Congratulations to a talented group of undergraduates!
UCSC, UCD and Denmark universities win NSF award to further energy research.
The Spring 2013 i4Energy Seminar Series
This center focuses on technologies to help persons with special needs in their activities of daily life.