UC Davis’s Zhaodan Kong plans to speed up wildfire detection with his integrated UAV and sensor technology systems.
Principal investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2023 CITRIS Seed Awards.
The new Virtual Adventurer app was inspired by the Bodie 3D Project, recipient of a 2016 CITRIS Seed Award.
The CITRIS PI and UC Merced professor and development engineer blends traditional research techniques with improvements in technology and analytical methods to design more sustainable food, energy and water systems.
Awards of up to $10,000 will support UC Berkeley projects related to sustainability and climate resilience that are ready to proceed to the next stage of commercialization.
By supporting interdisciplinary work and seeding multicampus projects, CITRIS helps to keep the University of California at the forefront of climate mitigation and adaptation efforts.
The project, led by led by UC Davis’s Gary Bucciarelli, will apply AI to help predict the impact that fire will have on a landscape.
Interactive Care, or I-Care, is working to make long-distance caregiving for older adults easier.
The CITRIS PI and UC Berkeley mechanical engineer takes inspiration from nature and uses machine learning to create more efficient materials.
The eight selected proposals, submitted by interdisciplinary teams from Berkeley, Davis, Merced and Santa Cruz, will receive up to $60,000 for their work, thanks in part to external philanthropic support.
With $2.5 million from the NSF, a multicampus UC team is partnering with a dozen Bay Area orgs to help residents respond to natural disasters more quickly.
Investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Davis Health, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2022 CITRIS Seed Awards.
The UC Merced engineer launched an international wastewater-monitoring dashboard in 2020 with CITRIS support.
Lydia Sohn and team demonstrated how their innovative test method can provide clearer insight into a population’s active infections.
The device invented by CITRIS PI Cristina Davis may be used in settings such as airplanes, hospitals or live sports events.
This UC Santa Cruz professor of computer science and engineering addresses complex issues of public safety with systems and networking expertise.
The CITRIS principal investigator and geomatics engineer uses remote sensing to construct complex pictures of aquatic ecosystems under threat.
The startup, which provides fall detection with AI-enabled camera systems for patients with dementia, has deep roots in the CITRIS community.
The proposals address grand challenges, including climate resilience, digital health innovation, next-generation technology policy, and automation and the workforce.
With support from a 2020 CITRIS COVID-19 Seed Funding Award, UC Davis professor Cristina Davis is working to develop a portable breathalyzer-like device to detect COVID-19.
Colleen Naughton, an assistant professor at UC Merced, has received two significant honors for wastewater epidemiology work that stemmed from CITRIS seed funding.
Supported by a CITRIS Seed Award, a team of engineers at the University of California, Berkeley has created mimics of COVID-19 that can be used to test the efficacy of neutralizing antibodies.
CITRIS is accepting proposals from principal investigators at UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Davis Health, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz for projects addressing Grand Challenges of IT.
UC Merced faculty are involved in three new CITRIS seed-funded projects to address society’s—and the San Joaquin Valley’s—problems through technology in the following areas: agriculture, […]