Three Berkeley High students donned cleanroom suits at the Marvell NanoLab at CITRIS for a summer program designed to inspire young women to consider careers in science. “A rare opportunity to gain hands-on experience,” says professor and program founder Tsu-Jae King Liu.
Patrick Scaglia is co-Founder of the CITRIS Foundry technology incubator program. He serves on the CITRIS Advisory Board and is a consultant and technology advisor to startup ventures. Patrick was a Hewlett Packard Executive for 12 years, seven of those as CTO, and most recently as VP and CTO of HP Cloud Services and Applications.
The 2013-2014 Big Ideas@Berkeley contest is now open.
This semester marks the start of a new format for CITRIS seminars. The i4Energy series will now be folded into the Research Exchange seminar series…
Many of us are engineers. We make things. And that is what we teach our students to do.
Dr. Camille Crittenden has been named as the Deputy Director of CITRIS
CITRIS was featured in a recent article by Joaquin Palomino in the East Bay Express that explores the complicated relationship between corporate support and scientific research on university campuses.
Big Ideas@Berkeley is an annual innovation contest aimed at providing funding, support, and encouragement to interdisciplinary teams of UC undergraduate and graduate students who have “big ideas.”
The Spring 2013 Research Exchange Seminar Series
We are finding exciting new ways to gather and analyze data that put powerful new handles on issues like ecosystem management.
As wind energy production continues to increase its share of the total worldwide energy supply, conditional assessment of wind turbine structure will become increasing important to help reduce interruptions and increase profitability of these important renewable energy resources.
13 proposals were funded this year.
This project focuses on a robust nano air vehicle that will be an invaluable exploratory tool in a disaster response scenario.
A collaboration among UC Santa Cruz, Davis, and Merced to develop novel functional material platforms for thermoelectric power generators.
CITRIS is about more than just cranking out brilliant ideas; our mission is to see those ideas bear fruit in the real world.
Ultra-thin, printable batteries are safe, long-lasting, flexible, disposable, and easy to manufacture.
I am deeply humbled to deliver the commencement address at my own school, UC Berkeley. In 1988, my husband, Sehat Sutardja, received his doctorate in electrical engineering on this stage…
The Spring 2012 Research Exchange Seminar Series
Professor Dan Fletcher’s invention of the CellScope, which is a Nokia device with a microscope attachment, was the inspiration for a teeny-tiny film.
A new approach could allow for more affordable, efficient, and portable gas-detecting devices that could revolutionize industry.
Since Rosie the Robot first debuted on television’s “The Jetsons” in 1962, the futuristic image of a personal robot autonomously operating in a human home has captivated the public imagination.
The weekly series will begin on Wednesday, January 26
This weekly Friday lunch series begins again on Jan. 21
As traditional CMOS technology scaling has essentially ended, electronic systems can no longer simply increase functionality or performance without dissipating more power. In order to surmount this challenge and enable many emerging applications, integrated circuit designers must turn their attention to energy efficiency as their primary driver.