Meet the award recipients of the first Microsoft HoloLens academic research grants Chosen from more than 500 qualified applications, three faculty members from the UC Berkeley Robotics […]
One of the first projects to come through the CITRIS Foundry — Dash Robotics — created a low-cost “origami” robot that runs fast on six […]
Since his appointment in July 2015 as the new UC Davis campus director for CITRIS, Dr. Kenneth Loh has been actively recruiting students for CITRIS projects, promoting […]
Ken Goldberg, director of the People and Robots initiative of CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, was prominently featured in a Wired article on humanoid robots. […]
For the third event in the Bold Bets series, The Atlantic will travel to the Bay Area to explore innovations in manufacturing and production. Next-generation […]
UC Merced Professor Stefano Carpin will serve on the executive board of a new multidisciplinary research enterprise called the People and Robots Initiative, by the […]
Congratulations to each of the new Bakar Fellows at UC Berkeley, including CITRIS-affiliated faculty members Pieter Abbeel and Michael Lustig. As a pioneer in robot learning, perception […]
The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) today announces the launch of the CITRIS People and Robots Initiative, a major […]
The Rashomon Project is developing an open-source toolkit that can facilitate the rapid assembly and public review of “Video Timelines” where many video and photo perspectives are time-aligned and displayed simultaneously.
The idea is to get kids excited about engineering and science at an extremely low cost.
Winners of the AFRON $10 robot challenge on display at the CITRIS Tech Museum from January 24 – March 1st, 2013
“A Robot’s Touch” article focuses on medical surgery innovations.
Proof-of-Concept for Robot Learning for Subtasks in Pediatric Appendectomy
Associate Provost for Moffett Field Program Development
A feature article in the November 9 issue of the East Bay Express explores Professor Goldberg’s integration of art and engineering.