Medical Devices on Networked Systems

…needs of this field, and researchers, including John Canny at UC Berkeley, are working on diagnostic medical devices and their integration with network technologies. A device developed in the current…

Alberto Cerpa’s Optical Turnstile

…system has three main parts. First, the network of matchbook-sized cameras is able to recognize something moving through their field as a generic person and to determine what direction he…

Jan Hopmans

A unique aspect of my research is the broad scope, ranging over many scales of observation (microns to ~100 meters) and involves cutting edge investigation not only through field and…

John Battles

Research Interests Forest Ecology and Ecosystem Dynamics Research Description The goal of my research program is to know how and why forests change. My efforts are guided by the conviction…

Count Me In: Walking and the City

…urban mobility, and the teams will discuss their field research and present designs that respond to these concerns through urban renewal projects. Core topics include pedestrian safety, urban beauty, and…

Geoffrey Schladow

S. Geoffrey Schladow is a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of California, Davis, and director of the Tahoe Environmental Research Center. He serves on numerous federal,…

Public Health Assisting Smart Technologies (PHAST)

CITRIS researchers are creating smart devices that promote awareness and understanding of personal activity spaces and how those spaces affect people’s health. The wearable devices will integrate data-logging global positioning…

Bloom

…Noland, Bloom draws on real-time data from the live movements of the Hayward Fault, detected by a seismograph, transmitted continuously via the Internet, and processed to generate an evolving field

Enel Global Internship Program

…process between counters and concentrators on the low voltage network. You will analyze real field communication cases in Italy and abroad to gain knowledge of the current communication mechanisms and…

December ’05 Newsletter

…breakthroughs be and how can they be used to improve society? This newsletter contains two forward-looking articles. “Sensor Networks and Beyond” surveys the innovative work CITRIS researchers are doing in…

IBM visits CITRIS

Two IBM executives recently visited CITRIS to review ongoing projects with IBM and campus researchers. James Spohrer, worldwide Director for IBM’s University Programs and Director of IBM’s new Cognitive Systems…

CITRIS Newsletter

…the pioneering new research and new collaborations UC Merced and another article on the emergence of services, a new field of education and research being developed with help from CITRIS….

CITRIS Workforce Innovation

The CITRIS Workforce Innovation Program helps UC students pursue world-changing research and accelerate their careers. The program offers select University of California students the opportunity to inform their career decisions…

Nic Brummell

My interests lie in astrophysical and geophysical fluid dynamics. I concentrate on the highly nonlinear, turbulent flow regimes, using high resolution numerical simulations for such studies. In particular, my research

IBM Researchers Visit UC Merced

The UC Merced School of Engineering recently hosted two researchers from the IBM Almaden Research Center: Associate Lab Director Robin Williams and Senior Manager of Service Systems Research Paul Maglio,…