The EDGE in Tech Symposium: Advancing Health Tech for All will take place Friday, March 8, at Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis.
A grant of more than $50,000 will create the CITRIS-Intel Emerging Engineers Program, to help develop on-ramps into the semiconductor workforce.
CITRIS is proud to announce an exceptional cohort of pioneers in diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM fields.
These top teams will build upon successful proposals to develop detailed designs for air transportation infrastructure that connects CITRIS’s four campuses.
“We are delighted to have Alex lead the team and bring his considerable experience to support CITRIS’s work,” said incumbent Director Costas J. Spanos.
The winning projects will use IT to address challenges in aviation, climate resilience and sustainability, digital health, and semiconductors and systems.
In her new role, Hestir will help facilitate the development of research, industry and educational opportunities within UC Merced that align with CITRIS’s mission of using information technology to address society’s most critical challenges.
These latest ventures are working to address significant societal challenges, including diagnosing and treating serious diseases and navigating a difficult rental housing market.
Originally implemented in community health centers, ACTIVATE now provides a how-to guide for communities to take quality health care into their own hands.
Applications for the University of California technology startup incubator open Nov. 1, 2023, and close on Nov. 30.
CITRIS investigators have received nearly $1M from the NSF ExLENT program to enhance immersive training opportunities.
Located in Guangzhou, China, the program brings together state of the art technology and international clinical expertise.
Hosted by Brandie Nonnecke, the series features expert insight and offers strategies to both harness the benefits and mitigate the risks of new tech.
The 2023 CITRIS Aviation Prize invites students to design air mobility infrastructure that could serve as a first step for campus-to-campus transportation at UC.
Principal investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2023 CITRIS Seed Awards.
CITRIS and the Banatao Institute are pleased to welcome professor Katia Obraczka, professor of computer science and engineering, as the campus director of CITRIS at UC Santa Cruz.
CITRIS and the Banatao Institute have launched the CITRIS Innovation Hub, a centralized program to help UC students and academic, corporate and governmental visitors advance their innovation journeys.
Undergraduates from four UC campuses have embarked on paid summer internships at startups, established companies, national and university labs, and nonprofit organizations.
The California Institute for Energy and Environment (CIEE) has announced a new solicitation to fund a suite of research products.
The CITRIS Foundry empowers University of California entrepreneurs to develop innovative ideas into startups ready to seek venture capital funding.
The CITRIS Foundry welcomes five teams advancing IT solutions in medical diagnostics, wildfire detection, AI applications and more
The awards recognize achievements in executive leadership, academic leadership, early career excellence and next-generation engagement.
The CITRIS Foundry welcomes its new managing director, Marc Theeuwes, who offers a broad background in venture capital, IT and deep tech.
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.