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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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9.6.2010
"San Diego Business Journal"
Region Is a Scientific Hub on Canvas of Excellence

Christine Forester reports on world-class research institutions based in San Diego, specifically mentioning SIO, Calit2 and IR/PS at UC San Diego.
[more]

8.24.2010
"Popular Science"
Gallery: 30 Awesome College Labs

Popular Science calls the Calit2 StarCAVE "something you?d expect to find in Lara Croft?s mansion" and highlights the immersive virtual reality environment in its photo feature (Calit2 is image 23 of 30).
[more]

8.20.2010
"EE Times Europe"
NSF funds computer design variabilty project

The National Science Foundation awarded a $10 million, five-year grant to researchers to explore a new paradigm for the way hardware and software interface in order to potentially reduce by as much as 40 percent the energy cost of computing.
[more]

8.20.2010
"First Science News"
Software for efficient computing in the age of nanoscale devices

A $10 million, five-year grant from NSF will fund a project by Calit2-affiliated researchers to explore "Variability-Aware Software for Efficient Computing with Nanoscale Devices."
[more]

8.20.2010
"Dr. Dobb's"
Proactive Software to Combat Variability

Dr. Dobb's, which covers "the world of software development," picks up our story about the National Science Foundation's $10 million, five-year grant to Calit2-affiliated researchers who will explore "Variability-Aware Software for Efficient Computing with Nanoscale Devices."
[more]

8.19.2010
"PhysOrg.com"
Software for efficient computing in the age of nanoscale devices

PhysOrg.com runs our story about the National Science Foundation's $10 million, five-year grant to Calit2-affiliated researchers who will explore "Variability-Aware Software for Efficient Computing with Nanoscale Devices."
[more]

8.19.2010
"ChemInfo"
Software For Efficient Computing In The Age Of Nanoscale Devices

A $10 million, five-year grant from NSF will fund a project by Calit2-affiliated researchers to explore "Variability-Aware Software for Efficient Computing with Nanoscale Devices."
[more]

8.19.2010
"Scientific Computing"
Software For Efficient Computing In The Age Of Nanoscale Devices

A visionary team of computer scientists and electrical engineers from six universities -- including UCSD -- is proposing to deal with the downside of nanoscale computer components by re-thinking and enhancing the role that software can play in a new class of computing machines that are adaptive and highly energy efficient.
[more]

8.19.2010
"NanoTechWire.com"
NSF Funds Expedition into Software for Efficient Computing in the Age of Nanoscale Devices

A visionary team of computer scientists and electrical engineers from six universities -- including UCSD -- is proposing to deal with the downside of nanoscale computer components by re-thinking and enhancing the role that software can play in a new class of computing machines that are adaptive and highly energy efficient.
[more]

8.11.2010
"eSchool News"
Coming soon to a classroom near you: Robot teachers?

Meris Stansbury, Associate Editor of eSchool News, profiles the RUBI Robot, which was developed by the Machine Perception Laboratory at Calit2.
[more]

8.11.2010
"Sydney Morning Herald"
Our network choice: cheap and slow or expensive but fast

The newspaper quotes Calit2 Director Larry Smarr, who likens the Labor Party's plan to invest up to $42 billion in the continent's cyberinfrastructure to the 1956 decision by president Dwight Eisenhower to build the publicly funded interstate highway system.
[more]

8.9.2010
"La Jolla Light"
RESEARCH REPORT: Project engineers preservation of cultural treasures

La Jolla Light reporter Lynne Friedmann reports on the CISA3/Calit2 initiative known as Training, Research and Education in Engineering for Cultural Heritage Diagnostics (TEECH), which will create "digital clinical charts" that "allow the monitoring of artifacts over time and informed decision making about restoration, repair, and other solutions."
[more]

8.4.2010
"The New York Times"
The Future of Broadband ? in Tasmania

Reporter Steve Lohr of the New York Times "Bits" blog quotes Calit2 Director Larry Smarr, who calls Tasmania's new policy ?one of the most interesting experiments in the world.?
[more]

8.2.2010
"Popular Mechanics"
DATA SORTING WORLD RECORD FALLS AS COMPUTER SCIENTISTS BREAK TERABYTE SORT BARRIER

Popular Science reports on the world record broken by computer scientists from the University of California, San Diego, who sorted more than one terabyte of data (1 000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in just 60 seconds.
[more]

8.2.2010
"India Vision"
Computer scientists shatter 'terabyte barrier', set new world record

India Vision covers UC San Diego's victory in the "Sort Benchmark" competition - the "World Cup of data sorting" when it broke the world record by sorting more than 1 terabyte of data.
[more]

8.1.2010
"Andhra News"
Computer scientists shatter terabyte barrier, set new world record

India's Andhra News covers UC San Diego's victory in the "Sort Benchmark" competition - the "World Cup of data sorting" -
when it broke the world record by sorting more than 1 terabyte of data.

[more]

8.1.2010
"Yahoo! India News"
Computer scientists shatter terabyte barrier, set new world record

The Indian version of Yahoo! News reports on the world record broken by computer scientists from the University of California, San Diego, who sorted more than one terabyte of data (1 000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in just 60 seconds.


[more]

8.1.2010
"The Gaea Times"
Computer scientists shatter ?terabyte barrier?, set new world record

The Gaea Times 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.
[more]

7.29.2010
"TMC.Net"
UCSD Researchers Receive NSF Award to Support Data-Intensive Applications for Advanced Networks

TMC.Net picks up our story on a 3-year NSF grant awarded to UC San Diego, Northwestern University and the University of Illinois, Chicago, to encourage and enhance digital communication and collaboration between the U.S. and international science and engineering research and education communities.
[more]

7.28.2010
"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.
[more]

7.28.2010
"NewsWise"
Data World Record Falls as Computer Scientists Break Terabyte Sort Barrier

UCSD computer scientists tied two world records during the 2010 ?Sort Benchmark? competition ? the ?World Cup of data sorting.
[more]

7.28.2010
"Innovations Report"
Data sorting world record falls: Computer scientists break terabyte sort barrier in 60 seconds

Computer scientists from the University of California, San Diego broke ?the terabyte barrier? ? and a world record ? when they sorted more than one terabyte of data (1,000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in just 60 seconds.
[more]

7.28.2010
"HPC Wire"
Researchers Receive NSF Award to Encourage International Science Collaboration

HPCWire, which "covers the fastest computers in the world and the people who run them," reports on UCSD's three-year, multi-university grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to encourage and enhance digital communication and collaboration between the US and international science and engineering research and education communities.
[more]

7.28.2010
"Scientific Computing"
Data Sorting Record Falls: Terabyte barrier broken

Scientific Computing, purveyor of news on 'information technology for science,' reports on two records broken by UCSD computer scientists for sorting more than one terabyte of data (1,000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in just 60 seconds and sorting one trillion data records in 172 minutes.
[more]

7.28.2010
"AT&T Labs Research"
Sustainable Computing and Telecom Can Contribute to Limiting Global Climatic Disruption

Calit2 Director Larry Smarr discusses the subject of his address to AT&T Labs Research, wuch covers several affiliated projects with Calit2 that are aimed at increasing ICT energy efficiency.
[more]

7.27.2010
"Science Daily"
Data Sorting World Record Falls: Computer Scientists Break Terabyte Sort Barrier in 60 Seconds

Science Daily reports on the new world record set by computer scientists from the University of California, San Diego when they sorted more than one terabyte of data (1,000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in just 60 seconds.
[more]

7.27.2010
"Chattahbox"
Computer scientists break terabyte data-sorting barrier in 60 seconds

Chattahbox picks up our story on the world record broken by UCSD computer scientists at the "Sort Benchmark" competition.
[more]

7.27.2010
"HPC Wire"
Data Sorting World Record Falls as UC San Diego Computer Scientists Break Terabyte Barrier

It was an epic day for heavy-duty data sorting when computer scientists from UCSD broke "the terabyte barrier" -- and set a new world record -- when they sorted more than one terabyte of data (1,000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in just 60 seconds on a computing cluster at Calit2.
[more]

7.27.2010
"Product Design and Development"
Computer Scientists Break Terabyte Sort Barrier

Computer scientists from the University of California, San Diego broke ?the terabyte barrier? ? and a world record ? when they sorted more than one terabyte of data (1,000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in just 60 seconds.
[more]

7.26.2010
"Endgadget"
UC San Diego researchers repurpose 3D HDTV for heads-up VR system

Endgadget's Donald Melanson calls Calit2's HUVR technology a "bright idea." HUVR pairs a $2,300 Samsung 3D TV with a half-silvered mirror and a touch-feedback controller for a haptic-enabled heads-up virtual reality system
[more]

7.26.2010
"The Mercury"
From texting to apps, using cell phones for health

AP Medical writer Lauren Neergaard reports on a project spearheaded by Calit2's Dr. Kevin Patrick, which uses a text-message program to encourage weight loss
[more]

7.23.2010
"Media Tasmania"
Tasmania's Broadband Advantage Promoted to the World

Tasmania's Premier, David Bartlett, releases a comprehensive summary of events on his nine-day trip to the United States, including his collaboration with Calit2 Director Larry Smarr at the Australia America Leadership Dialogue.
[more]

7.22.2010
"Campus Technology"
UC San Diego Shows Off Virtual Reality with Touch

Campus Technology reporter Dian Schaffhauser reports on HUVR, "a virtual reality device using a 3D high definition TV along with a haptic technology that allows users to view 3D images but also touch them."
[more]

7.22.2010
"Dr. Dobb's"
Heads-Up Virtual Reality (HUVR)

Dr. Dobb's picks up our story about Head-Up Virtual Reality (HUVR), which is ideal for tasks that require hand-eye coordination and is well-suited to training and education in structural and mechanical engineering, archaeology, and medicine.
[more]

7.22.2010
"Noticias.com (Spain)"
Una realidad virtual que se puede tocar

The Spanish news service reports on UCSD researchers at Calit2 who created a device that "allows users to touch a generated image as if it were a real material with a physical presence."
[more]

7.21.2010
"Heritage Key"
'Cheap' Heads-Up Virtual Reality System Combines 3D Visuals With Tactile Feedback

Heritage Key, a website devoted to exploring the ancient world, imagines the possibilities presented by Calit2's new HUVR technology
[more]

7.21.2010
"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."
[more]

7.21.2010
"Tendencias21.net (Spain)"
Crean el primer dispositivo de realidad virtual tangible

In its 'Engineering Trends' section, this news service reports on the creation of a virtual-reality glove that "allows users to touch digital images as if they were real."
[more]

7.20.2010
"InAVate"
Samsung Consumer TV Key to Touchable 3D

Inavate, the leading online resource for Pro AV technology and integration in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, reports on Calit2's new HUVR technology, calling the device's Samsung 3D TV "the key to allowing users to view, manipulate and feel 3D images via a low-cost, portable display."
[more]

7.19.2010
"PhysOrg"
Heads-Up Virtual Reality (HUVR) Bridges Visual with Tactile, in 3D and on the Cheap

PhysOrg reports on Calit2's HUVR, a new, relatively low-cost virtual reality device that allows users not only to see a 3D image, but 'feel' it, too.
[more]

7.19.2010
"Wired"
Augmented Reality: HUVR haptic system

Wired's Bruce Sterling calls the release of Calit2's HUVR technology 'a good day for haptic weirdness.'
[more]

7.15.2010
"Forbes.com"
Ocean Observatories Will Make Use of CENIC and Pacific NorthWest GigaPoP 10-Gigabit Peerings

Peering connections between Amazon's "cloud" offerings and the CENIC broadband educational network in California will allow the UCSD and Calit2-based Ocean Observatories Initiative Cyberinfrastructure to offer its users new ways to store and process data gathered via OOI's remote ocean observatories.
[more]

7.15.2010
"Ulitzer: Amazon Cloud Journal"
CENIC and PNWGP to Use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud

Pat Romanski reports that "when a national network of ocean observatories begins streaming environmental sensor data in March 2012, researchers throughout California will be able to use the state?s high-speed academic network to transmit some of that data to storage and computing clouds operated by Amazon Web Services."
[more]

7.13.2010
"MedCompare"
UC San Diego Receives Major Clinical And Translational Science Award

With $37.2 million NSF grant, UCSD's Clinical and Translational Research Institute will speed medical progress, from concept to completion. Calit2 is cited as a provider of powerful computing resources to CTRI.
[more]

7.12.2010
"ABC 7 MySuncoast.com"
From texting to apps, using cell phones for health

The local ABC syndicate in Sarasota, Fla., picks up the AP story on a Calit2-affiliated project, led by Dr. Kevin Patrick, to use text messaging to help people lose weight.
[more]

7.1.2010
"Hobart Mercury (Australia)"
Bartlett talks up Tassie IT

Meryl Naidoo reports on a speech by Tasmania's David Bartlett on the future of Tasmanian broadband, mentioning that Bartlett appeared this week with Calit2 director Larry Smarr at the Australian American Leadership Dialogue in Washington, D.C.
[more]

6.21.2010
"Hobart Mercury"
US Trip for Bartlett

Sue Neales reports for the leading newspaper in Tasmania on the coming trip by the Australian state's premier to the U.S., where he will co-present with Calit2 director Larry Smarr at the Australian American Leadership Dialogue in Washington, D.C.
[more]

6.21.2010
"Australian Broadcasting"
Bartlett to Sell NBN to US

ABC News reports that Tasmania's Premier will travel to the U.S. next month to promote the state's broadband infrastructure, and meet with Calit2's Larry Smarr, "one of the fathers of the Internet," at the Australia American Leadership Dialogue in Washington, D.C.
[more]

6.15.2010
"San Jose Mercury-News"
Self-trackers use sensors, software and spreadsheets to improve their lives

Calit2's Larry Smarr is one of the people profiled in Lisa Krieger's article about the "geek elite movement called "The Quantified Self," where individuals measure the minutia of moods, weight, pain, muscle mass, even their innermost thoughts, in an effort to know themselves better and improve their lives."
[more]

6.15.2010
"La Jolla Light"
Experimental music event closes department's season

Lonnie Hewitt reports on the May event at Calit2 when the institute's composer in residence, Roger Reynolds, celebrated the end of his 3-year residency.
[more]

6.15.2010
"CityBeat"
Go Local

Anders Wright reports on the upcoming showing of "Old Money," a short film by Jay Drose, on the 4K projector in the Calit2 Auditorium. The 4K "projects at a resolution that?s considerably better than the standard 2K projectors that go into most new cineplexes."
[more]

6.14.2010
"Rebelion (Spain)"
La ciencia de los oprimidos

Spanish-language interview by Carolina del Olmo with UCSD visual arts professor and 'art-activist' Ricardo Dominguez, a principal investigator in Calit2 and co-founder of the *particle group* of new-media artists.
[more]

6.13.2010
"San Diego Union-Tribune"
UCSD: Modern at 50

Review of new book on San Diego architecture by Dirk Sutro praises the award-winning Atkinson Hall at UC San Diego, home to the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2).
[more]

6.8.2010
"San Diego Union-Tribune"
See You This Afternoon at the Xconomy Forum: The Rise of Smart Energy

Article by Bruce Bigelow of Xconomy.com about the Xconomy Forum on smart energy, which was held at Calit2's Atkinson Hall and featured Calit2 Director Larry Smarr as the keynote speaker.
[more]

5.13.2010
"MedCity News"
Signs of life in the biotech exit market?

Brandon Glenn notes that Calit2's Larry Smarr is "an early adopter of the lifestyle known as the quantified self," pointing to Smarr's talk at a forum in Seattle recently for Xconomy.com.
[more]

5.12.2010
"Xconomy"
How Internet Pioneer Larry Smarr Lost 20 Pounds by Becoming a ?Quantified Self?

Luke Timmerman reports on Calit2 director Larry Smarr's presentation to the OVP Tech Summit in Seattle, where he focused on how he is living proof of a coming trend: using information technology to regularly monitor one's wellness.
[more]

5.12.2010
"San Diego News Network"
How an Internet pioneer lost 20 pounds by becoming 'quantified self'

The online news network SDNN republishes an article from Xconomy about Calit2 director Larry Smarr's wellness solution: quantifying data about what goes on in the individual body, using IT and wireless tools.
[more]

4.23.2010
"Xconomy.com"
San Diego's Place in the Sun

The online news site notes its upcoming Xconomy Forum on smart energy, hosted by Calit2 at UCSD with keynote speaker Larry Smarr.
[more]

4.21.2010
"Lab Manager Magazine"
Agilent Technologies and UC San Diego Collaborate on Chip-Scale Photonic Systems Testing Facility

The magazine picked up the announcement of Calit2's new Chip-Scale Photonic Testing Facility in Atkinson Hall, with support from Agilent and NSF.
[more]

4.19.2010
"Earth Times"
Agilent Technologies and UC San Diego Collaborate on Chip-Scale Photonic Systems Testing Facility

Pickup of Calit2 news release re: creation of a new lab at Calit2 for chip-scale photonics.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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."
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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."
[more]

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.
[more]

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."
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.
[more]

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.

[more]

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."
[more]

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