Technology Emerging Technologies At UCR, we develop new materials and technology for energy, manufacturing, communications and computing, and educate the forward thinkers paving the way to new ideas and innovations that enrich how we experience and interact with our world.
UCR computer scientist Vagelis Hristidis is putting the power of social media to work in order to turn data into improved health outcomes.
To help students succeed in college STEM courses, UC Riverside computer scientist Frank Vahid created zyBooks — interactive STEM learning material native for the web.
Engineers at UCR are developing medical implants and devices made of materials that can break down naturally in the body over time. This research has profound implications for reducing medical costs, accelerating recovery, and improving the quality of patients’ lives.
Guillermo Aguilar’s “Window to the Brain”—a transparent cranial implant—will enable physicians to treat neurological disorders such as brain cancer and traumatic brain injury without multiple invasive operations.
Amit K. Roy-Chowdhury is developing automated algorithms that not only capture and store images, but understand the content of those images for more efficient analysis.