pleased to announce that IBM is supporting a new curriculum initiative
in Services: Science, Management and Engineering (SSME) designed to
prepare graduate students for careers in the emerging multidisciplinary field of services sciences, engineering, and management.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of two new scientists to the CITRIS leadership. As of January 1, Prof. Alex Pang is the new Chief Scientist for the UC Santa Cruz campus, and Prof. Paul Wright is the Chief Scientist for the UC Berkeley campus.
Three technology companies are providing researchers at the University of California, Berkeley with $7.5 million to help entrepreneurs make their innovations available to as wide an audience as possible.
The December issue of the CITRIS Newletter is now online! This issue looks at the future of wireless sensor networks as well as a new center dedicated to making our cyber-infrastructure more secure and trustworthy.
Innovative research on yeast with vastly improved capacity for isoprenoid production was the top winner in the Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology’s 2005 Technology Breakthrough Competition. The runner-up prize went to scientists creating technology to make electronic noses affordable for commercial use.