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.
Posted on July 11, 2013 We are pleased to announce the publication of 2013 CITRIS Impact Report! This interactive online site allows users to explore and discover […]
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.
Adaptive online tool taps EMR to improve prognosis and care of sepsis patients.
UC Davis collaboration on a body-sensor-based physical therapy tool would extend clinical reach and efficacy of home-based therapy.
New CITRIS projects employ complex mathematics and innovative sensor technology to address nuanced healthcare challenges.
The New Cities Foundation unveiled the results of study charged with helping cities better understand how real-time social networking can enhance the overall commuting experience and improve traffic management.
Findings could help urban planners and policy makers help California’s cities minimize their contribution to climate change.
CITRIS researchers are using sensors to find out how much water steelhead trout need to thrive.
Update from the NMO lab at UCSC.
Project wins new grant from campus research office.
Expertise in computer graphics brings together researchers in the fields of archeology, museum conservation and biological imaging.
The system will recommend relevant information and also educate users about the databases.
Researchers will integrate new audiological technologies with telemedicine to enable follow-up with infant patients for improved outcomes.
This workshop is open to graduate and advanced undergraduate students.
Most recently, Crittenden served as Executive Director of the Human Rights Center at Berkeley Law.