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New ACM Fellows from UC San Diego include professors Ravi Ramamoorthi, Alexander Vardy and Geoffrey

December 11, 2017
Three UC San Diego Computer Scientists Elevated to Be ACM Fellows in Class of 2017

Three computer scientists affiliated with the Qualcomm Institute and Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego - Ravi Ramamoorthi, Alexander Vardy and Geoffrey M. Voelker - have been elected Fellows of the ACM. [more]

 

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4.19.2010
"TheStreet.com"
Agilent Technologies And UC San Diego Collaborate On Chip-Scale Photonic Systems Testing Facility

The online investor news source re-printed the UCSD news release about a new lab at Calit2 for chip-scale testing of photonics devices.
[more]

4.12.2010
"PhysOrg"
The Next Silicon Revolution

A new silicon revolution that merges silicon chips with sophisticated wireless tools in the millimeter and microwave range is evident based on the accepted papers from UCSD at IMS 2010 and RFIC 2010. UCSD and Calit2 electrical engineers have more papers than any other university at the co-located conferences.
[more]

4.9.2010
"The Register"
Virtual sit-in tests line between DDoS and free speech

UCSD professor Ricardo Dominguez is quoted in this article by Dan Goodin in San Francisco, focusing on the issue of civil disobedience in the digital age.
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3.31.2010
"Chronicle of Higher Education"
Energy-Use Web Site Shows a Campus Where to Conserve

In the Wired Campus section, Josh Keller reports on the new UC San Diego Energy Dashboard and interviewed its principal developer, Yuvraj Agarwal.
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3.31.2010
"La Jolla Light"
Sustainability-themed art on display at UCSD

One of the greenest campuses in the country is showcasing sustainability in art, with a new exhibition called "A Light Green Light", opening April 2 in the gallery@calit2.
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3.30.2010
"San Diego News Network"
UCSD Energy Dashboard measures campus consumption

Editor Barbara Bry reports on the launch of a new Internet portal offering real-time measurement and visualization of energy use on the UCSD campus, including for Atkinson Hall and the CSE building.
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3.22.2010
"San Diego Union-Tribune"
http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010/mar/22/interest-science-fest-scaled-down/

A preview of upcoming events this week during the San Diego Science Festival, organized by UCSD, include a two-hour event with magician Jamy Ian Swiss, to take place in the Calit2 Auditorium on Wednesday, March 24 from 6pm to 8pm.
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3.18.2010
"Xconomy.com"
Seattle Grand Challenges Summit

The website notes that Calit2's Larry Smarr will be among the speakers at a May 2-3 conference organized by the Seattle chapter of the National Academy of Engineering.
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3.12.2010
"Nebraska.tv"
Is Kindness Contagious?

The report is picked up from HealthDay News, about the research of UCSD professor James Fowler, who is affiliated with Calit2's Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems.
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2.24.2010
"Chronicle of Higher Education"
Professors Find Ways to Keep Heads Above 'Exaflood' of Data

In the publition's Wired Campus section, Josh Fischman reports on Calit2 and Larry Smarr's efforts to associate ocean microbe DNA with environmental metadata.
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2.17.2010
"Modern Luxury"
Paging Pratt

An article by AnneMaria Stephens highlights the work of Calit2's Maurizio Seracini and other UCSD-based, arts-oriented faculty and students.
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2.16.2010
"GLT News Now"
The Revenger's Tragedy

Jean Lowerison writes about the new play directed by Calit2's own new Director in Residence, featuring UCSD actors.
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2.13.2010
"San Diego Union-Tribune"
Prime-time theater: Ashley puts the reality in revenge

Theater critic James Hebert reports on the staging of a play by Calit2's new Director in Residence. "Ashley is also partnering on the "Revenger's Tragedy" with Calit2, the UCSD hive mind of outrageously creative tech-tonics," writes Hebert. "The director has talked for some time about organizing a citywide festival of art and technology, and Calit2 likely would be a major player in that."
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2.10.2010
"North County Times"
Playhouse's Ashley to stage 'Revenger's Tragedy' as a reality TV show

The paper's theater critic notes that Calit2's director in residence directs the new production at Potiker Theatre.
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2.9.2010
"Scientific Computing"
Open-Source Cyberinfrastructure to Aggregate Cancer Research Data

The online news service picks up Calit2's news release about the CYCORE joint venture with Texas's M.D. Anderson School of Medicine to create a cyberinfrastructure that will improve the study of comparative effectiveness of cancer treatments.
[more]

2.5.2010
"Inter Press Service News"
Lost in the Desert? There's an App for That

An even-handed report on the development of the Transborder Immigrant Tool, quoting the project's leader, visual art professor Ricardo Dominguez.
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2.3.2010
"HealthCanal.com"
Developing a Cyberinfrastructure for Comparative Effectiveness in Cancer Research

Calit2 researchers in the CYCORE project will develop cyberinfrastructure to improve data on comparative effectivess of cancer treatments.
[more]

2.2.2010
"Xconomy.com"
Google Funds Research on Mobile Sensing at UW, Energy Efficiency at UC San Diego

Gregory Huang reports on the inaugural Google Focused Research Awards, including one to a team led by Tajana Rosing of ECE/Calit2.
[more]

1.11.2010
"WBUR Public Radio"
A Rumored Da Vinci Generates Buzz in Boston

In a sidebar to an article about a possible newly-found painting by Leonardo da Vinci, the public radio station in Boston highlights its prior audio feature about Calit2's Maurizio Seracini.
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1.11.2010
"PhysOrg.com"
Go-anywhere tracking of first responders with WIISARD radio-frequency system

PhysOrg, one of the leading web-based science, technology and research news services, picks up our story on a Calit2 research project that is using ways to use radio frequency identification tags to track first responders inside buildings.
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1.4.2010
"HPCwire"
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The high-performance computing news service carries a first-person article by Calit2 director Larry Smarr, reflecting on the NSF Supercomputer Center program, past, present and future.
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1.1.2010
"CDRInfo"
New Virtual Reality Bridges Visual with Tactile in 3D

CDRInfo, a source of information about CD, DVD and other related optical media technologies, covers Calit2's new HUVR virtual reality device.
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1.1.2010
"Del Mar Times"
Grant will help UCSD-led team speed lab discoveries to the clinic

Science columnist Lynne Friedmann reports on UCSD Health Sciences and its Clinical and Translational Research Institute (CTRI), which will draw upon computing resources at Calit2 to develop a "common infrastructure that emphasizes 'group science' through shared research and resources and institutional support."
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1.1.2010
"Red Orbit"
Computer Scientists Break Terabyte Sort Barrier

Red Orbit reports on the world record broken by UCSD computer scientists, who sorted one trillion data records in 172 minutes ? and did so using just a quarter of the computing resources of the other record holder.
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1.1.2010
"VizWorld"
21-Screen NexCAVE Aids Research at UCSD

VizWorld's Randall Hand reports on the Calit2 NexCAVE, which he calls "an impressive new visualization system."
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1.1.2010
"San Diego Union-Tribune"
San Diego artists crash OC party: Long ignored by the California Biennial, San Diego artists have carved out a large spot in this year’s survey

The Union-Tribune's James Chute reports on the 2010 California Biennial, which, for the first time, is heavy on work by San Diego artists and features installations by Calit2 visual artists Ricardo Dominguez and Nina Waisman.
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1.1.2010
"San Diego 10 News"
Webcams Help Track Wildfires In Backcountry

10 News carries a story on FireSense, a new collaboration between Calit2, CalFire and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors that is designed to tackle wildfires early.
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1.1.2010
"RedOrbit"
Citizen Scientists Explore Ancient Mongolia from Afar

RedOrbit, an online community for those with an interest in science, space, health and technology, reports on the 'citizen scientists' who are helping Calit2-based explorer Albert Yu-Min Lin look for Bronze Age burial sites and other antiquities in Mongolia.
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1.1.2010
"San Diego Business Journal"
The Need for Speed: Verizon Wireless Gears Up to Launch 4G Network in San Diego

Brad Graves of the SDBJ quotes Calit2-UCSD director Ramash Rao about the exciting potential of fourth generation wireless telecom networks.
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1.1.2010
"San Diego 6 XETV"
Webcams Watching for Backcountry Wildfires

San Diego 6 reports on a Calit2 partnership that has embedded 50 live webcams in San Diego County's backcountry as part of a new program designed to tackle wildfires early.

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1.1.2010
"Vodule"
MAPPING TIME: Visualization of temporal patterns in media and art

Vodule, which describes its mission as "tracing the extension of volume and modularity in 3-D, augmented reality, and emerging media," features a story on Calit2's current exhibition, "Mapping Time."
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