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UC BERKELEY

UC DAVIS

UC MERCED

UC SANTA CRUZ

CITRIS OVERVIEW

April 2004

Ruzena Bajcsy



Citris background
CITRIS BACKGROUND

  • Major new initiative. Joint participation with

    • UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz, LBNL

  • Many industrial partners

  • Significant State and private support

  • CITRIS focuses on finding IT solutions to tough, quality-of-life related problems

  • Three companion centers: CNSI, CalIT2, QB3



Citris scope who we are today

DEPARTMENTS

FACULTY

  • 50+

  • 200+

DEPARTMENTS

FACULTY

  • 86

  • 23

CITRIS SCOPE: WHO WE ARE TODAY

PROJECTS

2003

  • 150+

PROJECTS

2001

  • 15

CAMPUSES: UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, and UC Santa Cruz



Societal scale information systems sis
SOCIETAL SCALE INFORMATION SYSTEMS—SIS

The CITRIS Model

Scalable, Reliable,

Secure Services

Building & Using

Sensor Nets

MEMS for

Sensor Nets


Current application areas
CURRENT APPLICATION AREAS

TODAY

EDUCATION

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND HOMELAND DEFENSE

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT

HEALTH CARE

SERVICE TO THIRD WORLD USING IT

SOCIAL SCIENCES, HUMANITIES, AND BUSINESS

TRANSPORTATION



Sensor research highlights

[email protected]

February 2000

February 2002

SENSOR RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

February 2001

February 2003


Flying insects
FLYING INSECTS

(Source: Ron Fearing)


Walking insects
WALKING INSECTS

(Source: K. Pister)

CLOSE-UP OF FEET

VIDEO


Biopoems for blood analysis on a chip

mCIA

In-vivo IR spectrometer

Cell lysing

mCIAs & NanoSERS

Micro-valve

NanoSERS

1mm

Micro pump

Nano-pore membrane

10mm

Micro-needle array on the bottom

Cell sorting using adhesion protein

BioPOEMS* for Blood-analysis-on-a-chip

(Source: Luke Lee)

*Bio-Polymer Opto-Electro Mechanical Systems


Electronic cultural atlas initiative
ELECTRONIC CULTURAL ATLAS INITIATIVE

  • Founded in 1997

  • ECAI is a global community dedicated to enhancing digital scholarship and cultural heritage preservation by using time and space for data sharing

  • Collaboration with CITRIS

  • Global consortium of over 700 humanities scholars and IT researchers


Saving Cultural HeritageNow stolen, this picture of a Hindu site was taken in 1990 in Kathmandu when the sculpture was intact


Dynamic MapsECAI Iraq provides integrated accessto widely distributed Iraqi cultural heritage information

Dynamic map containing information on Iraq and its neighbors


Ecai and the humanities
ECAI AND THE HUMANITIES

  • Allows spatial and temporal discovery and analysis:

    • A clearinghouse of over 1000 spatial datasets and authored maps. Records are coded by time and place and are visable on a map.

  • Lets scholars “show their work”:

    • Digital atlasesthat bring together data from many contributors pertaining to a given place.

    • Facilitates interactive publication:

      • ePublications are exemplary map-based electronic publications on cultural topics. ECAI ePublications are peer reviewed and persistent.


    CITRIS AND INDUSTRY: CULTIVITING RELATIONSHIPS


    Industry relationships
    INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPS

    • Eleven Founding Corporate Members

    • Three Associate Corporate Members

    • Two Industry Visiting Researchers

      • Dr. Rick McGeer, Hewlett-Packard (UCB)

      • Dr. Christian Sauer, Infineon (UCB)


    Commercializing citris technology
    COMMERCIALIZING CITRIS TECHNOLOGY

    • New Start-Up

      • Dust, Inc

    • Industry specific commercialization

      • Crossbow, Inc. – develops and manufactures low-cost wireless sensor networks with global connectivity

      • Intel – introduced new line of wireless sensors

    • Open source

      • TinyOS Operating System For Motes



    Citris long term goals
    CITRIS LONG-TERM GOALS

    • Continue to develop, test, and promote large societal scale information systems that are heterogeneous, reliable, maintainable, cost effective, and easy to use

    • Build bridges to new application areas and expand reach into more communities

    • Seed new research

    • Increase Institute impact in academia and industry; and visibility in public and media arenas


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