James Crutchfield is a Professor of Physics at the University of California, Davis.
Research Activities Starting in 1994, developed several programs for remote clinical diagnosis and distance learning, including programs in China, India, and Latin America. EyePACS was […]
Professor David Culler is former Faculty Director of the CITRIS Sustainable Infrastructures Initiative. His research addresses networks of small, embedded wireless devices, planetary-scale internet services, parallel computer architecture, parallel programming languages, and high performance communication. This includes TinyOS, Berkeley Motes, PlanetLab, Networks of Workstations (NOW), Internet services, Active Messages, Split-C, and the Threaded Abstract Machine (TAM).
Raissa D’Souza is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and of Computer Science at the University of California, Davis, as well as an External Professor at the Santa Fe Institute.
Trevor Darrell is head of the new Computer Vision Group at the International Computer Science Institute, and is on the faculty of the CS Division at UC Berkeley.
My research focuses on the cognitive, visual, and neural representations of objects and faces. I am particularly interested in how parametric characterizations of a stimulus space can inform our theories of representation.
James Davis is an Associate Professor in Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Dr. Luca de Alfaro works in the areas of Reputation systems, collaboration on the web and beyond, e-commerce, Embedded software design, formal methods for system design, Discrete, real-time, embedded, probabilistic systems Game theory, concurrency theory, and automata theory.
Nicholas de Monchaux is an architect and urbanist focused on issues of nature, technology, and the city. He received his B.A. in 1995, with distinction in Architecture, from Yale University, and his Professional Degree (M.Arch.) from Princeton University in 1999. He has worked as a designer in noted architectural practices, including Michael Hopkins & Partners in London, and, until 2001, Diller + Scofidio in New York. From 2001-2006 he was Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Virginia.
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering Director, John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center (2002 – Present) Stanford University Deierlein’s research focuses on improving limit states design […]
His research efforts center on the multiscale modeling and numerical simulation of complex processes and systems. Applications are interdisciplinary in nature, crossing the boundaries between Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Materials Science. Examples of specific projects range from the strain-assisted microstructural development of polycrystalline materials to the dynamics and condensation of exhaled aerosols.
As a sociocultural anthropologist, Professor Robin DeLugan has long studied the factors that shape national cultural and identity. She is conducting a 10-year study, in […]
Steven DeMello has over 30 years of experience in research, hospital operations, strategic planning, systems management and consulting. Steve is former Director of the CITRIS Health Care Initiative and is currently a Special Advisor and Visiting Scholar at CITRIS.
Kames Demmel was the CITRIS Chief Scientist at its inception and worked to create an atmosphere of collaboration and communication that fostered an interdisciplinary approach to information technology research.
Dr. Demmel received his BS in Mathematics from Caltech in 1975 and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 1983. After spending six years on the faculty of the Courant Institute, New York University, he joined the Computer Science Division and Mathematics Department at Berkeley in 1990, where he holds a joint appointment.
Subhas Desa is the Undergraduate Director of the Information Systems and Technology Management Program in the School of Engineering at UC Santa Cruz. Dr. Desa has extensive research, teaching, consulting, and industrial experience in the development, management, and commercialization of technologies and products. His research areas include product design and development, manufacturing, advanced physical modeling and control, robotics, and, more recently, supply-chain modeling and control.
Prem Devanbu started off in Industrial software development, first at Perkin-Elmer; then at Bell Labs, first in software development and then in research, at Murray Hill, NJ; with the big travestyture, Devanbu went to AT&T Labs Research in Florham Park. Devanbu have been at UC Davis since late 1997. His undergraduate education was at IIT, Madras in India; his doctoral work was done under Prof. Borgida at Rutgers University in the Garden State,which is a lovely place, actually; although the Golden State also has much to offer .
My area of interest is ischemic heart disease. The primary focus of my program of research has been the influence of gender and symptoms during […]
Madan Dharmar is an associate professor in residence at the Betty Irene School of Nursing at UC Davis and the Department of Pediatrics at the UC Davis School of Medicine.
Gerardo Diaz is currently an Associate Professor at the University of California, Merced. His research interests include renewable energy conversion, dynamic simulation and control of thermal systems, biomass gasification, SOFCs, and artificial neural networks.
Dr. Birthe Dinesen is a Professor and Head of Laboratory of Welfare Technologies – Telehealth and Telerehabilitation and Department of Health Science and Technology at Aalborg University in Denmark.
Dr. Ding is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He received the B.S. degree from Nanjing Institute of Technology in 1982, M.A.Sc. degree from the University of Toronto in 1987, and the Ph.D. degree from Cornell University in 1990, all in electrical engineering. He is currently Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Davis, CA.
I am an Assistant Professor in the EECS Department at UC Berkeley. My goal is to enable robots to work with, around, and in support of […]
David Draper is a Professor of Statistics in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at the University of California, Santa Cruz (USA).
He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Statistical Association (ASA), the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and the Royal Statistical Society; from 2001 to 2003 he served as the President-Elect, President, and Past President of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA).
Glenda Drew is an Associate Professor of Visual Communication. Glenda has exhibited screen-based designs that integrate text, image and sound throughout the United States. She investigates how information can be delivered creatively to stimulate a new way of engaging with ideas. She is interested in connecting and representing cultural and marginalized voices in visually accessible and appealing ways.
Jesse Drew’s research and practice centers on alternative and community media and their impact on democratic societies, with a particular emphasis on the global working class. His audio-visual work, represented by Video Data Bank, has been exhibited at festivals and in galleries internationally, including ZKM (Germany), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF), Museum of Contemporary Arts (Chicago), Barcelona Cultural Center (Spain), World Wide Video Festival (Amsterdam), Dallas Film and Video Festival and many others.
Paul Duguid came to the UC Berkeley School of Information from Xerox PARC and its affiliated Institute for Research on Learning. He brings from these enduring interest in work, learning, and research, the ways in which each gets reduced to “information,” and what often gets left out in the process.
Research interest(s): critical information studies