DATA to Decision: Predicting, Assessing, and Responding to Today's Challenges.

Follow the links below to see powerpoint slides and video presentations by our 10 speakers at the UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering 22nd Annual Research Review held February 28, 2003.

The theme of this year's Review was Data to Decision. From DNA databases to video and sensor networks, engineers increasingly have a goldmine of new types of data at their fingertips. The process of analyzing and extracting meaningful information from the data promises to revolutionize traditional fields of engineering. Bioengineers are devising ways to predict and control cellular function, structural engineers are using remote sensor data to monitor the health of lifeline structures, computer scientists can predict credit card fraud or provide early warning of Internet attacks, and electrical engineers are beginning to use video monitoring to help respond to crisis situations. Research Review speakers discussed new networking infrastructure and new systems for analyzing data and for putting the data to use in predicting, assessing and responding to today's challenges.

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Customer Experience & Network Evolution Plans



Revolutionizing Science and Engineering with Cyberinfrastructure

Rob Calderbank
Vice President, AT&T Labs Research
  Peter A. Freeman
Assistant Director for Computer & Information Science & Engineering
National Science Foundation

Engineering Bridges from Sciences to Societal Benefits


Better Decisions Through Data at Fair Isaac

Esin Gulari
Acting Assistant Director for Engineering
National Science Foundation
Larry E. Rosenberger
Vice President, Research & Development
Fair Isaac and Company

It's a Small World After All


On Recognizing Faces

Ahmed-Waeil Elgamal Biosketch
Professor, Structural Engineering
UCSD Jacobs School
  David Kriegman Biosketch
Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
UCSD Jacobs School

Architecting Embedded Microsystems


Feedbacks for Fluid Flows and Fusion

Rajesh Gupta Biosketch
Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
UCSD Jacobs School

  Miroslav Krstic Biosketch
Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
UCSD Jacobs School

Engineered Gene Circuits


Catching Events in Video Streams: Engineering of Computer Vision Systems

Jeff Hasty Biosketch
Assistant Professor, Bioengineering
UCSD Jacobs School
  Mohan M. Trivedi Biosketch
Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
UCSD Jacobs School