Part of a team effort with the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory to study snowmelt phenomena using large-scale wireless sensor networks.
Ultra-high Performance, Low Power & Ubiquitous Data Centers on a Chip
The goal of this project is to shrink the size of today’s data center to fit on a handheld device or…
The Mobile Millennium is a prototype traffic monitoring system that uses GPS information gathered from cell phones.
Diabetic Retinopathy & Primary Glaucoma Screening for Underserved Populations
The project goal is to develop effective, low-cost screening technologies for…
Mental Health Monitoring via Cell Phones
The goal of this project is to explore the design and implementation of a mental health monitor based on analyzing…
Public Health Assisting Smart Technologies (PHAST)
Applying pervasive computing and sensor technology to personal monitoring to limit exposure to hazardous environments and disease.
Telemicroscopy for Disease Diagnosis (CellScope)
Researchers aim to impact global health with a device that combines optical microscopy and cellular communication to offer cell-phone microscopy.
California Telehealth Network (CTN)
The CTN is a groundbreaking statewide network that will link 863 sites throughout California for patient care and research using telehealth technology.
Planning Low-cost, Low-carbon Power System Investments Using the Switch Optimization Model
With Switch (a loose acronym for Solar, Wind, Hydro and Conventional generators and Transmission), researchers can explore generation, transmission, and storage options for the future electricity grid.
Solar Irradiance Mapping Initiative (SIMI)
Researchers at UC Merced and UC Davis have set up two experimental solar stations to collect and measure solar data.
LoCal: Network Architecture for Localized Electrical Energy Reduction, Generation & Sharing
A cyber overlay on the energy distribution system to enable a more efficient scalable energy system with improved resilience and quality of power.
Building-to-Grid Technology & Test Bed
This project is helping to determine how to best implement building-to-grid communication with a “smart” electric grid.
In electricity grids, demand response (DR) changes the traditional way that customers consume electricity.