The Cultural Heritage Engineering Initiative (CHEI), based at the University of California San Diego, has received $225,000 from San Diego-based entrepreneur Brian Strauss to enable digital visualization technologies that make it possible to see cultural heritage sites and artifacts in entirely new ways…
A new National Geographic Documentary, “Lost Treasures of the Maya Snake Kings,” premieres tonight and features WAVE visualization technology built at the UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute. The program is hosted by QI’s Albert Yu-Min Lin.
On the day U.S.A. National Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nasser was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison for the sexual assault of minors, researchers at the University of California San Diego were gathered for the recent Sports and Sexual Violence Researcher Think Tank -- a timely and wide-ranging…
Japanese game developer Cygames, Inc. announced today an academic collaboration with the UC San Diego Center for Research in Entertainment and Learning to create an "x-reality" lab for long-term basic research and shared instrumentation.
Connect2Health Task Force announces Appalachia demonstration project to study relationship between broadband access, adoption and improved cancer care for patients in critical need counties
The fifth annual forum included scholars of data science, ocean exploration and other disciplines who are interested in how data science analysis and visualization techniques can be applied to oceanographic data.
UC San Diego intends to officially join PCI’s Business Alliance Against Human Trafficking, which will focus on implementing best practices that actively address the root causes of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
The Qualcomm Institute at the University of California, San Diego, will save more than $486,650 per year in energy costs thanks to a series of energy-efficiency improvements to Atkinson Hall, where QI is headquartered.
Just ahead of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, a UC San Diego research team was able to map and document various underwater and coastal features along Puerto Rico’s coast last month, providing baseline measurements of a number of important archaeological sites that are vulnerable to coastal erosion, particularly…
QI researchers joined archaeologists, engineers, architects and conservation specialists from around the world at the CIPA Symposium to discuss best practices for digitizing and restoring heritage structures