CITRIS Big Data Seminar Series 9/23
October 8, 2013 - 8:53pm
SSB 170
May 13 2016
Mobile App Challenge teams that move on from the semifinals will have their final presentations on May 13th at 1:15pm in COB 102, with the final award ceremony taking place at 2:45pm.The Mobile App Challenge finals will be part of the Innovate to Grow event on May 13th, where students from Capstone design groups and Engineering Service Learning teams will also be presenting their work. We encourage those interested to show up early for the poster presentation session at 11:00am in the gym, where teams will have a chance to answer questions and describe their work in detail....
Apr 30 2016
The semi-finals of the 2016 CITRIS Mobile App Challenge will be in SSB 160!The event starts at 9:00am, with check in at 8:30am.We will be having group presentations followed by a poster session where teams will be able to meet one-on-one to discuss their app with judges.Visitors are welcome, but please RSVP!
Apr 27 2016
Sue Carter earned her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories as a postdoctoral fellow and IBM Almaden Research Center as a visiting researcher before joining the faculty  at UC Santa Cruz in 1995, where she also serves as the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies.  Her research focuses on thin film optoelectronic devices and technologies for sustainability.  She is currently the the UCSC Faculty Climate Action Champion and the Director for the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development (CIED) at UCSC, for which she recently...
Health Apr 20 2016
One of the recent research thrusts in my research group aims at developing a novel transparent cranial implant (“window”) that enables life-long, non-invasive delivery and/or collection of laser light into and from shallow and deep brain tissue on demand. Such an implant would allow for real-time and highly precise visualization and treatment of diverse brain pathologies, such as those resulting from traumatic brain injury  or brain tumors, without the need of highly-invasive craniotomies or trepanation procedures. The window could be permanently covered with native scalp...