This project targets a key element to improve a hospital’s operating efficiency using multiple data inputs, such as smart phones and RFID tags.
This project is developing a micro testbed that includes a transcritical heat pump with both hot and cold storages.
The researchers will establish and then expand upon an open access, moderated input Wikipedia on the works produced by the Baroque painter Jan Brueghel and his studio.
This project will develop a novel hybrid MEMS-magnetoresistive sensor to facilitate highly sensitive medical imaging of the human heart.
This project combines state-of-the-art sensor networking and novel data processing and control algorithms to determine where people are located inside buildings and actuate the heating and cooling systems accordingly.
Real-time motion capture and immersive 3D computer-generated environments are emerging as a powerful approach to numerous challenges, including health care challenges in clinical work and therapy.
This project is exploring ways to utilize technologies to better assess the upper extremity function and allow continuous monitoring to evaluate the success of a therapy or drug intervention.
This collaboration will produce a framework for extracting novel science from large amounts of data in an environment where the computational needs vastly outweigh the available facilities, and intelligent (and dynamic) resource allocation is required.
Researchers are creating the necessary facilities to test solutions to the challenges of a nanogrid-based society.
Developing and applying signal processing, feature extraction, and filtering methods to identify energy waste in buildings on UC campuses.
The focus of this project is to build a prototype tutor/quiz agent with a knowledge base of human nutrition information.
This project aims to provide interactive education about labor support to potentially decrease the cost of maternity care while simultaneously improving perinatal outcomes.
A map-based website to bridge the gap between local neighborhood knowledge and larger political institutions.
The researchers aim to provide web-based tools for the analysis and visualization of news articles.
Researchers are teaming up to deliver early earthquake warnings with smartphones in California.
The Distributed Intelligence Automated Demand Response (DIADR) project aims to reduce peak electricity demand on campus.
The open video archive of the US Congress.
Providing real-time water supply information tool enabling optimized usage of increasingly threatened water supplies in California.
Where do our building materials come from?
A pioneering study of pumas in the Santa Cruz Mountains will generate unprecedented insights into the behavior of one of the region’s top predators.
Knowing how much electricity is being used, and for what purposes, is the first step towards reducing that amount. …
Robotic laundry requires dealing with non-rigid objects which poses a number of perceptual and manipulation challenges.
As the U.S. continues in its shift from a manufacturing to a services oriented economy, engineering education must respond.
This project aims to develop science, technology, and human resources at the interface between robotics, biological systems, and medicine.