The Berkeley Space Center will facilitate collaboration across academia and industry to generate innovations in aviation and space technology.
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.
CITRIS researchers received support for a diverse array of pilot projects in a recent funding round from the UC Santa Cruz Center for Coastal Climate Resilience.
The CITRIS PI and director of CIDER at UC Santa Cruz advances wildland management and workforce development with UAVs and remote sensing systems.
CITRIS PI Alexandre Bayen was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal about the challenges facing self-driving vehicles.
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.
CITRIS Aviation Director Ricardo Sanfelice has received support from the Air Force Research Laboratory to design a position, navigation and timing system that is more secure and reliable than GPS.
UC Santa Cruz is the first UC campus to receive FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Collegiate Training Initiative (UAS-CTI) program designation.
UC Santa Cruz’s Baskin School of Engineering is looking for a full-time administrative and program assistant to support CITRIS.
CITRIS Aviation researcher and UC Berkeley professor Susan Shaheen will help oversee climate policy implementation within the state.
UC Santa Cruz is looking for a full-time program coordinator to perform, coordinate and manage administrative services for the CITRIS Aviation research initiative.
The donation to CITRIS — an “easy decision,” said partners at Siemens — helped bring skills training to students across Northern California.
The CITRIS Initiative for Drone Education and Research will test forward-looking infrared (FLIR) cameras on drones as a potential tool for counting animals and detecting biological hot spots.
Sanfelice, a UC Santa Cruz professor of electrical and computer engineering, offers deep expertise in cyber-physical systems and a long history with the institution.
CIDER aims to reduce barriers to entry into drone research and industry by providing students with the opportunity to gain flight hours with drone hardware.
The CITRIS Initiative for Drone Education and Research at UC Santa Cruz has received a $1 million grant to support workforce development in the Salinas and Pajaro valleys.
A multicampus CITRIS Aviation team is collaborating with Caltrans to create tools and policies for air mobility in urban areas.
A team of eight undergraduate and graduate students from UC Merced has won the inaugural CITRIS Aviation Prize.
Innovative technical and policy research and the unique strengths of four UC campuses place CITRIS at the forefront of a transforming industry.