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Announcing the 2016 CITRIS Seed Grant Awardees

2016 CITRIS Seed Grant Awardees
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Announcing the 2016 CITRIS Seed Grant Awardees

Congratulations to the faculty leaders of the new CITRIS seed grant awards for 2016, totaling $860,000 in seed funding to support 17 innovative research projects for societal benefit.  

“We are delighted to collaborate across the UC system and internationally to support such promising research proposals,” says CITRIS Deputy Director Camille Crittenden. “The Seed Funding Program has proven to be an excellent opportunity to bring together researchers to advance information technology research on areas of universal importance.”

CITRIS expanded the Seed Funding Program this year to include joint awards with researchers from UC Riverside and Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM) in Mexico to broaden collaboration across the University of California campuses and internationally. The winning proposals incorporate sensors, drones, and data analytics to advance cultural heritage preservation, online learning, natural resource management, and other timely applications in health care, energy, and agriculture.
CITRIS and the Banatao Institute to fund 10 multi-campus, multi-disciplinary research projects
We are delighted to announce this year's core CITRIS Seed Grant Program awards. Ten projects were selected from 54 highly competitive teams across the CITRIS campuses at UC Berkeley, Davis, Merced and Santa Cruz. Seventy percent of lead investigators are receiving their first CITRIS Seed Grant and 40% of the projects include pre-tenured faculty members.

View the 2016 CITRIS Seed Grant awardees
CITRIS partners with UC Riverside to launch new seed grant series on information technology for societal impact
CITRIS partnered with UC Riverside this year to broaden collaboration across University of California campuses on research that addresses sustainable infrastructures and human-robot interaction. Four projects were selected for one year of seed funding from a total of $210,000 in interdisciplinary research awards.
UC Riverside
View the 2016 CITRIS & UC Riverside awardees
Three binational projects win CITRIS & ITESM awards to expand California-Mexico collaboration
Three inventive projects will receive collaborative research grants in the second annual seed funding program sponsored by Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM) and CITRIS. The winning proposals represent the fields of healthcare, water management and smart manufacturing—topics of pressing concern to both California and Mexico. 
ITESM
View the 2016 CITRIS & ITESM awardees
Highlights from prior award recipients
Browse the research projects that received CITRIS funding in 2015, including these multi-campus and multi-disciplinary collaborations:

Ariadne's Thread: A mobile digital companion for blind indoor navigation
UC Santa Cruz & UC Merced
Initiative: Health

Developing and testing novel software applications for smartphones that will help blind travelers retrace their paths and return to where they started, which is a frequent problem in blind navigation.

Principal Investigators:
Roberto Manduchi (UC Santa Cruz)
Teenie Matlock (UC Merced)
 

México Participa
Tecnológico de Monterrey & UC Berkeley
Initiative: Connected Communities

Using the CAFE platform, Mexican citizens are providing feedback on the country’s performance in the following areas: security, employment, education, health, corruption, and public transparency. Participants are also asked to suggest an issue that deserves increased national attention and prioritization.

Principal Investigators:
Ken Goldberg (UC Berkeley)
Maria Elena Meneses (Tecnológico de Monterrey)

 

Combined Remote-mobile Sensing Platform for Precision Agriculture in California’s High Value Crops
UC Davis & UC Merced
Initiative: Sustainable Infrastructures

Developing a transformative measurement and analytical tool to empower crop managers with the data needed to make critical decisions in the areas of water conservation and resources administration.

Principal Investigators:
Stefano Carpin (UC Merced)
David Smart (UC Davis)
 

Big Data Analytics for Assessment of Pathologic Patient-Ventilator Interactions
UC Davis Medical Center & UC Santa Cruz
Initiative: Health

Developing multi-state, multi-modal analytics to improve patient health state prediction and directly impact acute respiratory failure. 

Principal Investigators:
Jason Adams (UC Davis Medical Center)
Ramakrishna Akella (UC Santa Cruz)
 

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