CITRIS Research Exchange, Fall 2006 Schedule

CITRIS Research Exchange talks are free, open to the public.

“The Future of Healthcare and the role of technology and services”

Ravi Nemana, CITRIS Executive Director, Services: Science, Management & Engineering program

“Enabling Scientific Workflows in Virtual Reality”

Oliver Kreylos, Center for Image Processing and Integrated Computing, UC Davis

“Can I finally get the data I want?: Field applications of wireless sensor networks”

Nicholas Sitar,  Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley, and Director of the Earthquake Engineering Center

“Current and Future Activities For Nuclear Energy in the United States”

Per Peterson, Professor of Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley

“Imaging the Voices of the Past: Using Optics to Restore Sound Recordings”

Carl Haber, Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

“Solid-state thermionic energy conversion for waste heat recovery”

Ali Shakouri, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, UC Santa Cruz

“University of California Web-based Instruction for Science and Engineering”

Michael Clancy, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, UC Berkeley

“In situ bioremediation: bacteria saving the world by eating much of our junk”

Lisa Alvarez-Cohen, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley   

“Texture Analysis of Remote-Sensed Imagery”

Shawn Newsam, Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, UC Merced  

No seminar on November 22

“Discovering design principles in bacteria and using them to design tumor-killing bacterium”

Adam Arkin, Associate Professor of Bioengineering, UC Berkeley

“Tele-immersion for Everybody (TEEVE). The collaborative cyber-infrastructure that facilitates synchronized dance performance in geographically distributed locations.”

Ruzena Bajcsy, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley