Director CNMAT, Professor
University of California, Berkeley
Director CNMAT, Professor
Director CNMAT, Professor
University of California, Berkeley
My research focuses on understanding the atmospheric processes that transport and transform particulate pollutants in the atmosphere and in lungs. Experimental and modeling approaches are employed. Focus is on urban and regional smog and global climate change. Experimental work includes developing new instruments and deploying them in the field. Modeling work includes simulation of particle dynamics in the urban and regional atmosphere related, vehicle emissions, and deposition in human airways.
Quantum Information and Computation, Quantum mechanics of clusters and nanomaterials, Chemical Physics.
Professor Whalley’s research focuses on the economics of the public sector. In recent work, he has studied the impacts of research universities on local economic development, how transportation infrastructure affects air quality, the effects of public official accountability on their performance.
His research focuses on the economics of the public sector. He has studied the role of political institutions in policymaking, the effects of universities on regional growth, and the effects of urban mass transit on air quality.
Received a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University in Applied Physics. He conducted microwave device research at General Electric before joining the faculty of the University of California, Berkeley, in 1962. He is a Founding Director of the Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (1986). He holds numerous U.S. patents, has co-authored texts and reference books on Solar Cells (1983), Acoustic Wave Sensors (1997), and Electronics (2001). In addition to the 2003 Rayleigh Award of the IEEE for seminal contributions to surface acoustic wave technology, Prof.
Jim Whitehead is an Associate Professor and Chair of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he helped create the Computer Game Design program. He is also the founder and board chair of the Society for the Advancement of the Science of Digital Games, which hosts the yearly Foundations of Digital Games conference. Jim’s research interests in the area of games include level design and procedural content generation. In the field of software engineering, Jim performs research on software bug prediction, software repository mining, and software evolution.
Large predators often have disproportionately large impacts on ecosystems relative to other organisms, yet they have been vastly understudied relative to other taxonomic groups. With most large predators now in decline worldwide, our lab group’s focus is to better understand the physiology, behavior and ecology of predators so as to better inform their management and conservation. Our interests within this space are broad, however our current focus is on three main questions:
1. How do consumers influence population through community response to climate change?
Lecturer, University of California, Davis
US Department of Education Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellowship in Civil Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA. (1994 and 1995)
Jennifer Wolch is a scholar of urban analysis and planning. Her past work focused on urban homelessness and the delivery of affordable housing and human services for poor people. She has also studied urban sprawl and alternative approaches to city-building such as smart growth and new urbanism. Her most recent work analyzes connections between city form, physical activity, and public health, and develops strategies to improve access to urban parks and recreational resources.
CITRIS UC Merced Director Emeritus
Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley
CITRIS Director Emeritus (2007–14)
Dr. Ming Wu is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, and Co-Director of Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center (BSAC). His research interests include optical MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems), optoelectronics, and biophotonics.
I am part of the Computer Security group at UC Davis. In research, I am interested in security issues related to both networking and networked (if you can tell the difference) systems. Currently, I have been working on the following research areas: Unknown vulnerability analysis, IPSec/VPN Policy Management, Routing protocol security, Internet architecture, Mobility, Secure computer architecture, Email Antispam, Information Visualization for Security, Anomaly Analysis and Explanation. Very soon, I realized that I was probably interested in too many things.
Ted Wun focuses on the development of EMR-based predictive tool for cancer-associated thrombosis. Research interests: Epidemiology of cancer-associated thrombosis Complications of sickle cell disease Clinical […]
Eli Yablonovitch is the Director of the NSF Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science (E3S), a multi-University Center headquartered at Berkeley. He received his Ph.D. degree in Applied Physics from Harvard University in 1972. He worked for two years at Bell Telephone Laboratories, and then became a professor of Applied Physics at Harvard. In 1979 he joined Exxon to do research on photovoltaic solar energy. Then in 1984, he joined Bell Communications Research, where he was a Distinguished Member of Staff, and also Director of Solid-State Physics Research. In 1992 he joined the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was the Northrop-Grumman Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering. Then in 2007 he became Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley, where he holds the James & Katherine Lau Chair in Engineering.
Provost Alice Yang is an Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Pacific War Memories. Provost Yang received a B.A. in English and American Literature and an M.A.T. in Social Studies from Brown University. She then received an MA and PhD in History from Stanford University. She has been a member of the UCSC faculty since 1993 and received an Excellence in Teaching Award in 2009.
Ming-Hsuan Yang is an assistant professor in EECS at University of California, Merced. He received the PhD degree in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2000. He studied computer science and power mechanical engineering at the National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan, computer science and brain theory at the University of Southern California, and artificial intelligence and operations research at the University of Texas at Austin.
UC Santa Cruz
Prof. Jie Yao obtained his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in 2010 and conducted postdoctoral research at Stanford University after that. He joined the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at UC Berkeley as an assistant professor in 2013. His research interests are focused on optical materials for nanophotonic applications, including optical sensors, communication devices, etc. Recently he is also developing new material platforms for low-power optoelectronic devices that are essential to future sustainable infrastructures and biomedical applications. Prof. Yao has won the CAREER award from the National Science Foundation and Early Career award from SPIE. He is also a recipient of the Hellman Fellowship from the Hellman Foundation and Bakar Fellowship from the Bakar Fellow program at UC Berkeley.
Gaymond Yee is a Research Coordinator at CIEE where he works on the Enabling Technologies Development Project as well as for i4Energy. Gaymond works with […]
Vice Chancellor for Research
Dr. Lisa Yeo is an Assistant Professor in the Ernest & Julio Management Program at UC Merced who works to help organizations understand how to safely govern the data and information they need to compete. By focusing on people and process, she believes that organizations can design and build information systems that make it easy to protect privacy and prevent security breaches without requiring extensive investments in security layers after the fact. Lisa holds a B. Math in Applied Math from the University of Waterloo and an MBA and PhD (Operations & Information Systems) from the University of Alberta.
I am a retinal specialist and clinician-scientist at UC Davis, where I combine clinical practice in vitreoretinal surgery with translational laboratory research studying the […]
Synthetic Biology and Biomolecular Engineering
CITRIS UC Davis Director Emeritus
A nurse leader, educator, scientist and nationally recognized expert in gerontological nursing and rural health care, Heather M. Young is a professor and dean emerita for the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. She is currently on sabbatical after serving a decade as founding dean, from 2008 to 2018. She returns to the office in August 2019. She is also the Faculty Director of the CITRIS Health Initiative.
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