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Title: UC BERKELEY


1
UC BERKELEY UC DAVIS UC MERCED UC SANTA CRUZ
Center for Information Technology Research in the
Interest of Society (CITRIS) Accomplishments,
New Opportunities and Challenges August 8, 2003
2
CITRIS BACKGROUND
3
WHAT IS CITRIS?
  • Collaborative effort with
  • UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz,
    LBNL, LLNL
  • Many industrial partners
  • Significant State and private support
  • Three companion centers CNSI, CalIT2, QB3
  • CITRIS focuses on using IT to provide solutions
    to grand-challenge social and commercial problems
    affecting the quality of life of Californians and
    people around the world

4
WHO IS CITRIS TODAY?
5
CITRIS SCOPE WHO WE ARE TODAY
PROJECTS
2003
  • 150

PROJECTS
2001
  • 15

CAMPUSES UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, and
UC Santa Cruz
6
CITRIS AND INDUSTRY CULTIVITING RELATIONSHIPS
7
INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPS
  • Eleven Founding Corporate Members
  • Three Associate Corporate Members
  • Two Industry Visiting Researchers
  • Dr. Rick McGeer, Hewlett-Packard (UCB)
  • Dr. Christian Sauer, Infineon (UCB)

8
COMMERCIALIZING CITRIS TECHNOLOGY
  • New Start-Up
  • Dust, Inc
  • Industry specific commercialization
  • Crossbow, Inc. develops and manufactures
    low-cost wireless sensor networks with global
    connectivity
  • Intel introduced new line of wireless sensors
  • Open source
  • TinyOS Operating System For Motes

9
CITRIS RESEARCH AGENDA OVERVIEW
10
CURRENT APPLICATION AREAS
EDUCATION
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND HOMELAND DEFENSE
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT
HEALTH CARE
SERVICE TO THIRD WORLD USING IT
SOCIAL SCIENCES, HUMANITIES, AND BUSINESS
TRANSPORTATION
11
Habitat Monitoring on Great Duck Island
  • Enable researchers anywhere in the world to
    engage in non-intrusive monitoring of sensitive
    wildlife and habitats
  • Study breeding cycle of Leach's Storm Petrel



12
Duck Island System Architecture
13
Duck Island Sample Data
  • Light, Temperature, Infrared, Humidity, Power
  • Live data at www.greatduckisland.net

14
CITRIS MODEL
Core Technologies
Applications
  • Distributed Info Systems
  • Micro sensors / actuators
  • Human-Comp. Interaction
  • Prototype Deployment

Societal-Scale Information Systems (SIS)
Foundations
  • Reliability
  • Availability
  • Security
  • Algorithms
  • Social, policy issues

15
SOCIETAL SCALE INFORMATION SYSTEMSSIS
Scalable, Reliable, Secure Services
Building Using Sensor Nets
MEMS for Sensor Nets
16
RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
17
SENSOR RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
February 2001
February 2003
18
FLYING INSECTS
  • (Source Ron Fearing)

19
IVY PROJECT
  • Principal goal is to provide a research sensor
    network infrastructure
  • 1 year lifetime on 2 AA batteries
  • Sensor nodes send connectivity information and
    sensor data
  • Data logged to a database
  • Web user interface to database

20
SENSOR NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE
System Architecture for Building Monitoring
Remote Users
21
TinyDB
  • A distributed query processor for networks of
    Mica motes
  • Available today!
  • Goal Eliminate the need to write C code for
    most TinyOS users
  • Features
  • Declarative queries
  • Temporal spatial operations
  • Multihop routing
  • In-network storage

22
TinyDB Architecture (Per node)
SelOperator
AggOperator
  • TupleRouter
  • Fetches readings (for ready queries)
  • Builds tuples
  • Applies operators
  • Deliver results (up tree)

TupleRouter
  • AggOperator
  • Combines local neighbor readings

Network
  • SelOperator
  • Filters readings

Radio Stack
Schema
TinyAllloc
  • Schema
  • Catalog of commands attributes (more later)
  • TinyAlloc
  • Reusable memory allocator!

23
BioPOEMS for Blood-analysis-on-a-chip
(Source Luke Lee)
Bio-Polymer Opto-Electro Mechanical Systems
24
ELECTRONIC CULTURAL ATLAS INITIATIVE
  • Founded in 1997
  • ECAI is a global community dedicated to enhancing
    digital scholarship and cultural heritage
    preservation by using time and space for data
    sharing
  • Collaboration with CITRIS
  • Global consortium of over 700 humanities scholars
    and IT researchers

25
Saving Cultural HeritageNow stolen, this picture
of a Hindu site was taken in 1990 in Kathmandu
when the sculpture was intact
26
Dynamic MapsECAI Iraq provides integrated
accessto widely distributed Iraqi cultural
heritage information
Dynamic map containing information on Iraq and
its neighbors
27
ECAI AND THE HUMANITIES
  • Allows spatial and temporal discovery and
    analysis
  • A clearinghouse of over 1000 spatial datasets and
    authored maps. Records are coded by time and
    place and are visable on a map.
  • Lets scholars show their work
  • Digital atlases that bring together data from
    many contributors pertaining to a given place.
  • Facilitates interactive publication
  • ePublications are exemplary map-based electronic
    publications on cultural topics. ECAI
    ePublications are peer reviewed and persistent.

28
INFORMATION COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY FOR
BILLIONS (ICT4B)
  • Create and demonstrate enabling ICT
    infrastructure for developing world
  • Key deliverables
  • Low cost low power devices and displays
  • Intermittent connectivity networking
  • UI toolkit for low-literacy populations
  • Codesign of infrastructure and devices,
    system-on-chip to get 10-100X cost reduction
  • At least 2 deployments with apps (e.g. health,
    e-gov, commerce)

29
Experimental Social Sciences Lab at UC Berkeley
( X-LAB)
Conducts experiments that explore the interface
between economics and psychology as they affect
individual and group decision-making.
  • What is experimental economics?
  • Pay subjects real money to participate in
    economic institutions such as
  • Auctions
  • Markets
  • Bargaining
  • Decision making (individual and group)
  • Etc, etc
  • Used to test economic theories, teach economic
    principles, design economic institutions

30
CONCLUSION
31
CITRIS LONG-TERM GOALS
  • Continue to develop, test, and promote large
    societal scale information systems that are
    heterogeneous, reliable, maintainable, cost
    effective, and easy to use
  • Build bridges to new application areas and expand
    reach into more communities
  • Seed new research
  • Increase Institute impact in academia and
    industry and visibility in public and media
    arenas
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