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UC San Diego CSE professor and alumni co-founded Tortuga Logic in 2014.

December 15, 2017
Company Based on UC San Diego Technology Gets Infusion of Capital

The company Tortuga Logic -- cofounded by a UC San Diego computer science professor and two CSE alumni -- has received $2 million in seed funding from Eclipse Ventures to expand engineering, sales and marketing.[more]

 

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3.5.2002
"San Diego Union-Tribune"
Visualization center is giving scientists a heads-up on quakes

The paper's science writer Bruce Lieberman reports on the Calit2 linkup between UCSD/Scripps and SDSU, "connecting experts separated by geography so they can simultaneously analyze huge amounts of data."
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3.4.2002
"Business Week"
The Next Web

In a Special Report on development of the Semantic Web led by Tim Berners-Lee of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to replace the World Wide Web, technology reporter Otis Port quotes Calit2 director Larry Smarr and UCSD/San Diego Supercomputer Center faculty participant Chaitan Baru.
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2.22.2002
"OC Register"
3 UCI artists chosen for Whitney exhibit

Calit2's Robert Nideffer, assistant professor of studio art, UC Irvine, is one of 3 UCI artists chosen for Whitney exhibit. Nideffer will show his Internet piece titled "Proxy."
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2.22.2002
"UCSD Anza"
Earthquake near Calexico

Friday, February 22, a 5.29 quake was felt near the town of Calexico. The UCSD Anza group (led by Frank Vernon, research seismologist at SIO and Calit2 participant) operates a broadband seismograph network. Their web site posts maps on current seismic activity as well as recorded data from previous earthquakes.
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2.17.2002
"San Diego Business Journal"
Profile

In a full-page profile, reporter Brad Graves says Calit2 director Larry Smarr sees himself on a life-long program of learning.
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2.13.2002
"MIT Technology Review"
Q&A with Larry Smarr

In its March issue (due on newsstands Feb. 26), the publication carries a 2,500-word Q&A with the Calit2 director, calling Smarr "a master facilitator, bringing people and institutions together to work on key technological challenges."
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2.8.2002
"San Diego Metropolitan"
ActiveCampus

More than 400 computer science and engineering freshmen at UCSD are sporting wireless-enabled Hewlett-Packard Jornada PDAs as part of a social and educational experiment, reports the San Diego Metropolitan in the San Diego Scene column of the magazine's February issue.
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2.8.2002
"NewsFactor"
Researchers Take a Spin on Future Web

The online technology news service reports on Calit2's partnership with the Southern California Next-Generation Internet initiative, and quotes CalNGI's Mike Vildibill as saying Calit2's participation brings a different perspective, particularly in wireless communications--"a cornerstone of the next-generation Internet."
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2.4.2002
"UCSD Anza"
Earthquake near Julian

Sunday, February 3, a 4.0 quake was felt near the town of Julian. The UCSD Anza group (led by Frank Vernon, research seismologist at SIO and Calit2 participant) operates a broadband seismograph network. Their web site posts maps on current seismic activity as well as recorded data from previous earthquakes.

2.1.2002
"NBC San Diego"
Computerized Biometrics

In a recent report on the NBC station in San Diego, reporter Vic Salazar interviewed Calit2 UCSD transportation layer leader Mohan Trivedi about new technology under development for computerized facial recognition and other types of biometrics.
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1.23.2002
"Mpulse Magazine"
Making Waves in San Diego

In the January issue of the online magazine sponsored by Calit2 industry partner Hewlett-Packard, Rick Mathieson calls San Diego a "world-class Mecca for wireless innovation," and notes that it is "no surprise" that the Jacobs School of Engineering and Center for Wireless Communications have made UCSD "one of the world's most prominent centers for wireless technology development."
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1.15.2002
"Business Now TV"
TeraBurst

In early January, the syndicated TV program Business Now featured Calit2 and director Larry Smarr in a report on one of the institute's industry partners, TeraBurst Networks. The report aired on ABC-owned stations.
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1.2.2002
"The T Sector"
Calit2: Newsmaker of 2001

In its annual Tech Newsmakers issue, the San Diego-based publication named Calit2 the newsmaker of the year in the "community" category, noting that "the business and community press followed the Institute's progress throughout 2001." Jacobs School of Engineering dean Bob Conn (right) was cited for his role in bringing Calit2 to San Diego and Irvine.

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