Two prominent centers at the University of California have joined together to launch an interdisciplinary initiative to train forward-thinking researchers.
CITRIS Executive Director Camille Crittenden offers an analysis of gender diversity in energy fields in honor of Women’s History Month for the Berkeley Blog.
The Translational Health Data Science Fellowship Program, a partnership between CITRIS Health, the UC Davis Clinical and Translational Science Center, UC Davis Department of Public Health Sciences and the UC Davis DataLab, has announced its first seven graduate student fellows.
EDGE in Tech Director Jill Finlayson describes the “long-standing impacts of a lack of diversity in tech” in a San Francisco Chronicle Datebook article.
Barbara Haya, a research fellow working with CITRIS Climate and the California Institute for Energy and Environment (CIEE) discusses offsetting carbon emissions.
CITRIS PI Pieter Abbeel sees robots becoming an integral part of our lives in the next five years.
Brandie Nonnecke and co-author Camille Carlton detailed what political oversight for large social media platforms may look like.
As Ken Goldberg, director of CITRIS People and Robots, tells Wired, Neural Radiance Fields are “ultra-hot,” with applications in entertainment, architecture and, of course, robotics.
An esteemed scholar and award-winning mentor, Islam brings considerable research and leadership experience to his new role.
Three student-led technology development projects and two events have received 2021–22 TSG awards.
According to a 2018–20 study by three CITRIS leaders, women hold only 30 percent of information technology jobs across the UC system.
Join EDGE in Tech, CITRIS and Berkeley Engineering on March 10–11 for the Diversity in Tech Symposium: Advancing Climate Resilience.
The awards wer given in four categories, to recognize achievements in executive leadership, academic leadership, early career excellence and next-generation engagement.
A team of eight undergraduate and graduate students from UC Merced has won the inaugural CITRIS Aviation Prize.
CITRIS is seeking applicants for two key staff positions at its UC Berkeley headquarters, to help further its mission of supporting IT research for the public good.
Brie McLemore and Ifejesu Ogunleye, the first cohort of a fellowship program established by Taraaz and the CITRIS Policy Lab, have released papers on the human rights implications of emerging tech.
The startup, which provides fall detection with AI-enabled camera systems for patients with dementia, has deep roots in the CITRIS community.
In the latest issue of BSR’s emerging issues publication, Costas Spanos describes the adoption of autonomous systems in business as an ‘arms race’ to protect privacy.
The UC Davis campus director will facilitate collaborative faculty involvement within and outside the UC Davis campus.
The proposals address grand challenges, including climate resilience, digital health innovation, next-generation technology policy, and automation and the workforce.
Can — and should — chatbots help students navigate mental health crises? As higher education tackles a worsening student mental health crisis on slim budgets, […]
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.
As the California Public Utilities Commission approves an expansion of eligibility requirements for community microgrids, PG&E offered their partnership with CITRIS on the Oakland EcoBlock as a case study of a successful microgrid project.
Innovative technical and policy research and the unique strengths of four UC campuses place CITRIS at the forefront of a transforming industry.