By Jenny Ta and Joshua Viers | Reposted from http://californiawaterblog.com It seems inevitable that increasing numbers of California farmers will see their claims to surface […]
Summer’s Deep Freeze: New York Time reporter Kate Murphy discusses over-air-conditioned offices and apps like Comfy which let users control the temperature of their offices. […]
A series of ultra-high-speed fiber-optic cables will weave a cluster of West Coast university laboratories and supercomputer centers into a network called the Pacific Research […]
Editor’s Note: Congratulations to Gavin, Anna, and the growing WattTime team for reaching this significant milestone. WattTime won the top prize in the 2014 CITRIS […]
Reposted from UC Merced University Communications | June 9, 2015UC Merced researcher David Rheinheimer has seen the Himalayas from many angles – from his home […]
Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm Announces American Jobs Project, a National Initiative to Spur Job Creation in the Advanced Energy Sector Berkeley, CA. (March 19, […]
Highlighting the cross-disciplinary aspects of resilience, The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS), the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS), and […]
CITRIS Researcher Roger Bales has won a UC Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives (MRPI) award for the UC Water Security and Sustainability Research Initiative, which […]
Join us for an evening of engaging discussion from a diversity of Bay Area’s community leaders, thinkers, and artists. This event will be free and […]
A digital tool helps coordinate unused parcels of urban public land to alleviate the need for expensive infrastructure projects, revive depressed and blighted neighborhoods, and […]
The work of CITRIS researchers on all four of our campuses reflects a similar commitment to improving access to public resources for everyone. Dear Friends […]
The information technology revolution has come slowly to commercial buildings. Until now, piecemeal innovations in automating isolated functions like temperature, security, lighting, and air quality […]
Friends of CITRIS, The collected research of CITRIS faculty shows an amazing range of scale: from micro-electronics and nanotechnology to systems at the level of […]
Join your colleagues from industry, academia, and government at the 33rd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE2014) in San Francisco, California, from […]
SynopsisCITRIS researchers have received a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to expand on a prototype system that uses a network of wireless […]
Merced’s MESA Lab deploys rugged drones to sample aquatic biodiversity from remote waterways.
We use water to generate power, to grow half of the nation’s fruits, nuts, and vegetables, to preserve our environment, to prevent wildfires, to make silicon chips…
A joint project between UC Berkeley and UC Merced attempts to radically improve the quality and availability of data about the amount of water stored in mountainous parts of the vast American River Basin.
Culler selected for “pioneering contributions to the design and development for wireless sensor networks.”
The NSF will continue to fund a UC Merced research facility that studies how mountain water flows as the climate changes.
Students will work with four organizations to develop their skills in the business of sustainability.
Steve Glaser interviewed about his career in designing, making, and using sensors.
A new press release on the MoU signed between Paris and San Francisco to support research from INRIA and CITRIS.
The aim of this conference is to tackle the question of “How Smart City approaches can be used to increase city attractiveness and city resilience?