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Interview with Robert Bea online

UC Berkeley professor Robert Bea discusses the progress of levee rebuildng in New Orleans in an online interview with the Earth & Sky radio series.

CITRIS Newsletter

The latest edition of the CITRIS Newsletter features an article on the pioneering new research and new collaborations UC Merced and another article on the emergence of services, a new field of...

CITRIS, At Your Service

Entire new fields of research and education don't open up every day, which is why some are comparing the emergence of services to the birth of computer science half a century ago. Get the...

February ’06 Newsletter

Dear Members and Friends of CITRIS, New beginnings are always cause for excitement, and the two covered in the first newsletter of 2006 are no ...

Two scientists appointed as CITRIS leaders

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....

RAD Lab established

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...

CITRIS Holiday Gala

Photos from the CITRIS Holiday Gala are now online. At this gathering students, faculty, staff, and other members of the CITRIS and Engineering communities enjoyed food and live music.

December Newsletter Online

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...

December ’05 Newsletter

The end of the year is often a time to reflect and look back, but here at CITRIS our minds are on the future. What will the next big technological ...

A matter of TRUST

CITRIS director Shankar Sastry discusses how the newly inaugurated Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST) is making society's computer infrastructure safer and more...

October ’05 Newsletter

Dear Members and Friends of CITRIS, As the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation continued to play out in Louisiana, Mississippi and indeed all ...

Operation Recovery

CITRIS’s Katrina Recovery Task Force (KRTF) is already playing an important role in the efforts to rebuild areas devastated by the hurricane.

Fahrenheit 20/20

A unique collaboration between Berkeley students led by a CITRIS researcher and the Chicago Fire Department is bringing critical information to firefighters when they most need it.

Signal to Nodes

A new day is DAWNing for communications in rapidly changing environments like battlefields and emergency situations.