CITRIS Executive Director Camille Crittenden writes about the world’s first programmer – and shares ideas on how to encourage the next generation of women in STEM.
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.
Joshua Viers, director of CITRIS at UC Merced and professor of water resources engineering, will lead the SWIM initiative, the largest research grant in UC Merced’s history.
We are pleased to share this Opportunities Guide: Funding Senior High-Speed Internet Access, assembled by Freedman Consulting, LLC. It provides a comprehensive list of funding […]
Created in 1939 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt to commemorate Orville Wright’s birthday, National Aviation Day has been celebrated annually on August 19 with air shows and related […]
Artificial Intelligence, better known as AI, is changing how decisions are made. AI is an approach to harnessing the power of massive data and computational […]
CITRIS is poised to offer new training programs and workforce development thanks to additional support from the FY22 state budget. Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom […]
The 20th anniversary of CITRIS coincided with the coronavirus pandemic and the shutdown of many in-person campus operations. In response, the institute pivoted key programming […]
On May 20, 2021, CITRIS Health hosted a webinar that focused on the lessons learned through the development and deployment of vaccination efforts across three […]
The Lighthouse project is addressing vaccine distribution disparities by prioritizing overlooked, homebound older adults who often lack access to resources and technology. The COVID-19 pandemic […]
The Berkeley team led by CITRIS People and Robots Director Ken Goldberg built a neural network to analyze the surgical robot’s mistakes and learned how […]
On April 20, 2021, CITRIS Health and the Lighthouse for Older Adults program hosted the “Lessons from Lighthouse: Operationalizing Technology to Support Older Adults in […]
CITRIS began working at the intersection of health and technology more than ten years ago to lead and support University of California research on healthy […]
Morgan Ames researches the ideological origins of inequality in the technology world, with a focus on utopianism, childhood, and learning. The questions that drive her current […]
CITRIS Health’s Lighthouse team, in collaboration with Eskaton, a Sacramento-based non-profit housing provider for older adults, is launching a mobile care team to support homebound […]
CITRIS Health’s ACTIVATE team is working with Livingston Community Health, a non-profit, community-owned health center based in Livingston, CA, to launch a mobile care team […]
The pandemic unleashed by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (which causes the disease COVID-19) has infected over 100 million and resulted in over 2.6 million deaths worldwide […]
The sold-out 2021 Women in Tech Symposium highlighted the future of human-computer interaction in a myriad of fields including food systems; aging in a digital […]
Next-generation of intelligent electric vehicle charging stations change the future of EV charging. UC Berkeley Professor and CITRIS PI Scott Moura and the eCAL research team […]
The Women in Tech Initiative is now the EDGE in Tech Initiative. The new name strives to better embody the program’s inclusive mission. The Women […]
Josué Medellín-Azuara and Sarah Kurtz Join the SWEEP Advisory Board The California Department of Food and Agriculture—or CDFA—recently added two UC Merced faculty to the […]
Twenty years ago, thanks to a visionary partnership between the University of California and state leaders, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute was launched to support […]
Brian Christian is the author of “The Most Human Human,” which was named a Wall Street Journal bestseller, a New York Times Editors’ Choice, and a The New Yorker favorite book of […]
This year’s BECC Conference theme is “Reimagining the Future.” The submission deadline for abstracts is April 1, 2021. The length of abstracts should be 300 […]