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San Diego Supercomputer Center Takes a Lead in Fighting Fires Proactively

September 27, 2021

According to scientists, a century of suppressing wildfires has created a dangerous stockpile of flammable vegetation on landscapes. This “fire fuel” has fed the megafires that put human life and property at risk and permanently destroy ecosystems.

Twelve-Hour Race to Design a Diverse Smart City

February 6, 2020

…care. Their concept paired artificial intelligence software to track interactions between doctors and patients as well as communication liaisons that could minimize implicit bias during examinations. “My teammate is a bioengineering major and I am studying human biology, so it ended up working out,” explained Ford. “We bring two different…

UC San Diego Launches Robotics Institute

October 29, 2015

…Zhuowen Tu. Computer vision, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, electronic actuators, dynamic controls, materials, nano- and micro-machines, sensors and sensing, controls systems, human-robot interactions, chips, wireless communications, new materials, biomimetics, batteries and power management are just a few of the research strengths at UC San Diego that will converge in future robotic…

UC San Diego Leads $50.5M Center for Computing

January 5, 2023

Researchers led by UC San Diego computer scientist Tajana Simunic-Rosing have entered in a $35 million contract from the Semiconductor Research Corporation to make computing orders of magnitude faster and more efficient. A group of 10 universities will band together to create the PRISM center.

SDSC Researchers Team with UNICEF for Liberian Schools Project

February 5, 2019

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has been working with researchers at SDSC as well as other parts of UC San Diego to determine the location of existing Liberian schools so they can provide them with resources and work with policy makers to plan future schools.

A New Map Reveals the Complicated World in Which Cells Seek to Repair Damaged DNA

May 22, 2023

UC San Diego scientists develop an interactive software that enables scientists to better investigate the DNA damage response.

New $10M NSF-Funded Institute Will Get to the CORE of Data Science

July 29, 2022

A new National Science Foundation initiative has created a $10 million dollar institute led by computer and data scientists at University of California San Diego that aims to transform the core fundamentals of the rapidly emerging field of Data Science

Small, Portable Sensors Allow Users to Monitor Exposure to Pollution on Their Smart Phones

December 18, 2012

Computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego have built a small fleet of portable pollution sensors that allow users to monitor air quality in real time on their smart phones. The sensors could be particularly useful to people suffering from chronic conditions, such as asthma, who need to…

StartBlue Demo Day Spotlights UC San Diego’s Commitment to Blue Tech Innovation

May 19, 2022

…be less destructive, more intelligent and easier to use CalWave Power Technologies, Inc., unlocking carbon-free power from ocean waves and bringing superior power and monitoring technology to market with a global reach Daybreak Seaweed Company, bringing seaweed into the everyday kitchen by providing nutrient-dense, umami-packed and nourishing kitchen staples FishSense,…

UC San Diego Computer Scientist Among Young Faculty Recipients of Sloan Research Fellowships

February 21, 2013

An expert in bioinformatics and computational mass spectrometry at the University of California, San Diego is among the 2013 crop of young faculty members identified by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation as “rising stars, the next generation of scientific leaders.”

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