Scientific data like that being produced by UC Merced researchers will ultimately provide a means to a more sustainable future. “Going with the Flow of […]
Reposted from UC Merced University Communications | June 9, 2015UC Merced researcher David Rheinheimer has seen the Himalayas from many angles – from his home […]
In the CITRIS Mobile App Challenge, inspiration meets perspiration. It’s a rigorous three-month competition where students design, prototype and pitch ideas for solving pressing societal […]
UC Merced Professor Stefano Carpin will serve on the executive board of a new multidisciplinary research enterprise called the People and Robots Initiative, by the […]
CITRIS Researcher Roger Bales has won a UC Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives (MRPI) award for the UC Water Security and Sustainability Research Initiative, which […]
CITRIS Program Analyst at UC Merced Job Category: Managerial/ProfessionalUnit: Office of ResearchPosition Code: SOR5784A The University of California, Merced is the newest and tenth campus […]
The CITRIS at UC Merced Mobile App Challenge finals were held on Friday, May 16, 2014. Congratulations to the finalists! Meet the winners below. Crowd […]
In the not-so-distant future, physical therapy patients could toss their hand outs with stick-figure drawings to the wind and instead do their prescribed exercises in […]
Merced’s MESA Lab deploys rugged drones to sample aquatic biodiversity from remote waterways.
We use water to generate power, to grow half of the nation’s fruits, nuts, and vegetables, to preserve our environment, to prevent wildfires, to make silicon chips…
A joint project between UC Berkeley and UC Merced attempts to radically improve the quality and availability of data about the amount of water stored in mountainous parts of the vast American River Basin.
On 9/12, CITRIS and IGS present a 1-day conference exploring the importance that open data has on improving governance.
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 […]
UCSC, UCD and Denmark universities win NSF award to further energy research.
Our recent seminar series can be found as playlists.
The University of California is a key economic catalyst for the state, generating $46.3 billion in annual economic activity for California.
The CITRIS Tech Museum will display a new exhibit that is virtual, 3D and interactive
The theater performance by Gail de Kosnik and her colleagues at the annual Holiday Gala is now online.
The June 2008 newsletter is now online, with two stories on key energy projects in both engine development and predicting solar availability for utilities.
An interview with Professor of Engineering Roger Bales on measuring snowpack in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
A recent TechNet summit is discussed in PC World, with CITRIS research a main focus of the story.
Read about the technology behind the dazzling holiday gala in addition to our efforts to support student research in the February/March newsletter.