The Laboratory for Intelligent and Safe Automobiles (LISA) at UC San Diego had a presence at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as part of a Qualcomm automotive pavilion and demo. It was the lab's second CES-related demo in three years.
UC San Diego students are on the front lines of a new crowdsourcing experiment to monitor damage and destruction in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq by analyzing satellite images. It's part of the new Center for Cyber-Archaeology and Sustainability.
Calit2 director Larry Smarr welcomes artist Daniel Ambrosi to Qualcomm Institute to showcase full-size art works for first time ever at highest resolution.
The 7th annual Non-Volatile Memories workshop elicited the interest of more than 185 researchers from around the world, who were there to hear where things might be headed for NVM, a crucial component of modern computing systems.
A series of reports from recipients of five Health Data Exploration (HDE) grants demonstrate a growing awareness and appreciation for systems and devices that monitor personal health data, advance the use of personal health data for research and encourage healthy living.
With Calit2 Director Larry Smarr slated to accept an award at CENIC's annual meeting on the UC Davis campus next week, the principal investigator of the Pacific Research Platform (PRP) answers questions about the project which got underway last October 1.
The app, which provides users with wait times to enter the United States from its northern and southern borders at 70 different points of entry, is believed to be the first developed for the Apple Watch by UC San Diego researchers
The Office of Innovation and Commercialization (OIC) at UC San Diego has named a key new team leader to help guide the organization in its mission to create an all-campus “innovation ecosystem” and energize the creation of campus startups.
The CENIC networking consortium will give its Innovations in Networking Award for Research Applications to UC San Diego archaeologist Thomas Levy for his work to digitize archaeological excavations using a suite of cyberarchaeology tools.
Ananda Theertha Suresh and Alon Orlitsky beat out more than 1,800 submissions from researchers around the world to receive the honor for their paper titled “Competitive Distribution Estimation: Why is Good-Turing Good?”