The ICC is composed of five research centers.
Each ICC center focuses on a specific area of computing and cybersystems. Center members come from varied backgrounds and have diverse specialties, but share common research interests. Belonging to a center allows members to conduct research specific to their own interests and specialties, while getting the input, support and partnership of their cross-discipline colleagues. Members are also provided opportunities to collaborate on projects otherwise not available to them. This approach of multidisciplinary collaboration, which is prevalent in the computing world today, allows our members to conduct crucial, cutting-edge research in the most effective and applicable ways possible.
Center for Cyber-Physical Systems
CPS focuses on research and development in cyber-physical systems, the internet-of-things, smart homes, buildings, communities and grids, smart transportation, smart health and underwater communications and networks.
Center for Cybersecurity
CyberS focuses on research and development in cybersecurity, information security and biometrics, privacy protection, trusted software engineering, and security in mobile computing and wireless communications.
Center for Data Sciences
DataS focuses on the research of data sciences, big data and data-intensive computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, pattern recognition, signal and image processing, and sensor and data fusion.
Center for Human-Centered Computing
HCC focuses on research and development of multimodal interactions, human-agent interactions, assistive technologies and intelligent health, software education, novel interfaces, and computational modeling.
Center for Scalable Architectures and Systems
SAS focuses on research and development in scalable computer architectures and systems, heterogeneous parallel and distributed computing for information processing, embedded system, dependable computing, formal methods, fault tolerant systems, VLSI design and CAD, architectures for secure systems, virtualization, and scalable algorithms.