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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The Art Rosenfeld Award for Energy Efficiency aims to develop resource-efficient societies. This award provides UC Berkeley graduate student funding for technical, social science, and […]
Looking for a summer 2021 internship? Apply to the Cal Energy Corps! The Cal Energy Corps, hosted by the California Institute for Energy & Environment in partnership with CITRIS, is […]
Wildfires have shaped California’s landscape for centuries, but increased urbanization and development encroaching into formerly forested land is posing risks to life and property. Climate […]
Fork in the Road: A new UC Merced docuseries focuses on food supply research featuring UC Merced Prof. Colleen Naughton who received a CITRIS COVID-19 […]
Scott Moura, CITRIS PI and associate professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, heads up the SlrpEV Charging Station project (Smart LeaRning Pilot for Electric Vehicles). This summer, […]
The EcoBlock Project is a California Energy Commission-funded research project led by the University of California Berkeley, motivated by urgent societal questions, and California legal mandates […]
UC Berkeley researchers have released guidelines on regulating ventilation systems in buildings to reduce indoor exposure to COVID-19. The guidelines offer practical, step-by-step recommendations for settings and […]
Wired: CITRIS Director Costas Spanos was recently featured in Wired for his work helping Singapore cut office energy use with the help of artificial intelligence. Read the story […]
The submission deadline for abstracts is April 1, 2020. The BECC conference will be held on December 6-9, 2020 in Washington DC. Mitigating climate change […]
The Cal Energy Corps is a paid summer internship program engaging top UC Berkeley undergraduate students in the design, development, and delivery of sustainable energy and climate solutions around the world.
Please fill out the EcoBlock Response Form to nominate a neighborhood and submit by December 30, 2019, 11:59 p.m. PDT.
Berkeley News: Kara Manke spoke with CITRIS PI and CIEE Electrical Grid Director Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier about the risks posed by the current energy grid and the EcoBlock project, a possible solution moving forward. The EcoBlock project is looking to develop microgrids separate from PG&E in the City of Oakland.
Cal Energy Corps is a summer intern program that matches talented UC Berkeley students with host organizations working on energy and climate change solutions. Over […]
Detecting temperature, humidity, or occupancy can make buildings “smarter.” The information can lead to reductions in energy consumption and improve the comfort of occupants by responding to energy demands in real time. We commonly see a single thermometer or humidity sensor per room, which can only provide limited information. What about deploying many cheap and disposable sensors to capture more granular data about buildings and energy use patterns?
Point Reyes Light: CITRIS visiting scholar Louise Comfort will join a yearlong study in Bolinas, CA along with other UC Berkeley researchers to develop the […]
by Connor Clark Just as soon as it’s began, we are at the end of another great year of the Cal Energy Corps summer internship […]