A team of archaeologists from the University of California San Diego and two leading Israeli universities has wrapped up a three-week expedition to document two major sites in Israel using the latest in 3D scientific visualization technologies.
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
The Fall 2017 exhibition in the Qualcomm Institute’s gallery@calit2 at UC San Diego, Speculative Dolphin Theatre, opens Oct. 5 and runs through Dec. 8. A public reception follows a panel with artist Lisa Korpos and cognitive scientist Christine Johnson.
Laurel Riek, associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California San Diego, will lead a three-year National Science Foundation (NSF) project on new methods for coordinating teams of robots and people in complex, uncertain environments.
On Aug. 29, UC San Diego archaeologist Tom Levy leads an expedition for the first-ever desert land-and-sea integrated cyber-archaeology project to be carried out in Israel, and the expedition will be flying The Explorers Club flag (as Levy did in 2011 with an expedition to southern Jordan).
Samer Sabri is an incoming first-year M.S. student in Computer Science at the University of California San Diego. He is part of a two-person writing team that developed "Machine Learning for Humans," an easy-to-read online primer about machine learning that went live on the website Medium on August 19.
Curt Schurgers, director of the QI Prototyping Lab, is celebrating two big accomplishments: An appointment to the faculty of the UC San Diego Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award.
Sixteen years after they published a groundbreaking paper on the spread of denial-of-service cyber attacks on the Internet, UC San Diego computer scientists are being honored with a Test of Time award at this week’s USENIX Security Symposium in Vancouver, Canada.
The study -- led by QI affiliate Cinnamon Bloss -- was published in today's edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association and suggests a strong resistance to the use of genetically engineered mosquitoes for controlling disease.
QI Innovation Space member CARI Therapeutics has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to collaboratively develop a biosensor that will detect the presence of opioids in patients in recovery.