Spring 2013 CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series

Spring 2013 CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series

Free and open to the public, the CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series is a weekly roundtable of presentations and discussions that highlight ways to frame and tackle societal-scale research issues.

CITRIS Research Exchange Spring 2013 Lineup

January 30  The Future of Cooperation
Tim O’Reilly [Founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media]
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February 6    Is Anybody Out There?: The Search for ET with help from Eight Million Volunteers
Dan Werthimer [UC Berkeley]
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February 13    Measuring and Modeling User Interactions, Growth Mechanisms, and Cascades in Online Social Network based Applications 
Chen-Nee Chua [UC Davis]
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February 20   The Digitalization of Healthcare: A Status Report for American Health Information Technology
Michael Minear [UC Davis Medical Center]
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February 27   Illuminating the Early History of Sound Recording
Carl Haber [LBNL]
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March 6    PISCES:  Pacific Islands Schools, Connectivity, Education and Solar Project
Laura Hosman [Illinois Institute of Technology]
*Location: Room 250, Sutardja Dai Hall
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March 13    Code for Africa: The Emergence of Computer Science in Ghana and Uganda
Gregg Zachary [Arizona State University]
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March 20  How Better Information Can Transform Water Management in California
Roger Bales [UC Merced]
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March 27 No Seminar due to Spring Break

April 3  Clinical Integration at Kaiser
Carol Cain [Kaiser Permanente]
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April 10    Exploring Political Controversy: A Visual Tool for Civic Sense-making
Peter Dürr [University of Applied Sciences Munich]
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April 17  Synergizing Neural and Artificial Adaptation for Neuroprosthetic Control
Jose M. Carmena  [UC Berkeley]
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April 24   Transforming Health Care with Technology: Model-Based Approaches
Misha Pavel [NSF]
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May 1  Frugal Science and Global Health
Manu Prakash [Stanford University]