is to promote research and learning experiences in the areas of cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, data sciences, human-centered computing, and scalable architectures and systems for the benefit of
Michigan Technological University and society at large.
Collaborating to solve problems of critical national importance.
Members from a wide variety of disciplines are collaborating to conduct impactful research and make valuable contributions in the field of computing. Their work will help solve issues of national interest related to cybersecurity, Big Data and data-intensive computing, IT and the physical world, privacy protection, cyber-human systems, high-capability computing,
and foundational computing research.
ICC Projects Funded in 27 months
ICC members represent 12 academic departments/schools:
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Cognitive and Learning Sciences
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences
Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology
School of Business and Economics
School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science