At the celebration of the public launch of the Campaign for UC San Diego, guests were awed by a dynamic multimedia experience showcasing innovation and experimentation that has been our “tradition” since the beginning.
At the USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI) this week in Boston, Mass., a team of researchers including UC San Diego computer scientist George Porter accepted an award for the most influential paper among those presented a decade ago at the annual conference. The 2017…
INRIA, the French national institute for computer science and applied mathematics, has created a new International Chair and appointed UC San Diego computer engineer Rajesh Gupta to the part-time position. Gupta will spend up to a year in France spread over the five-year appointment, starting this summer.
Silent Music, an exhibition by Canadian sound artist Robin Minard, opens on Thursday, April 6 and runs through June 9 in the gallery@calit2 of the Qualcomm Institute at UC San Diego. The installation mixes perceptions of nature and technology in quite public spaces. The opening includes a talk by the…
Researchers at QI, in cooperation with the government of Bermuda, have announced the launch of the Bermuda 100 Challenge, an ambitious campaign to digitally document at least 100 ships, artifacts and other sites in Bermuda's shallow reefs.
"Build Your Own Internet of Things," a new online course developed at UC San Diego, has drawn the interest of more than 30,000 active users from around the world.
The nonprofit organization is based at the University of California San Diego’s Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space and has raised a total of $9.5 million since its creation in 2013, including grants, donations and contracts.
A team of current and former students at UC San Diego in computer science, economics and aerospace engineering have launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to launch the Firefly Smart Mirror, the first voice-controlled, tablet-based smart mirror.
CNS postdoctoral researcher Alper Sinan Akyurek and CSE professor Tajana Rosing developed an algorithm for controlling batteries that can decrease the utility cost of an actual building by up to 50 percent compared to a building powered without the use of batteries.
Graduate students at the University of California San Diego will stage an original work and performance on Thursday, March 23, in the Qualcomm Institute on the university campus. Their interdisciplinary work, “The Burden of Selfhood”, will explore the themes of feminism, identity and technology.