Technology Solutions

CSL has committed to driving innovation through the creation of centers and institutes in several key areas, including integrated microsystems, wireless systems, communication technologies and trustworthy supercomputing.

Many of the centers have strong ties with industry and government partners, who benefit from CSL's multidisciplinary focus. The resulting research provides solutions for information technology challenges now and in the future.

Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning (CAEML)

Develop new domain-specific machine learning algorithms to extract models using limited training data. Designers’ prior knowledge is utilized to speed-up learning and to impose physical constraints on the models.

Director: Elyse Rosenbaum

Center for Artifical Intelligence Driven Health Data Systems and Analytics

Transform medicine through the powers of computing and algorithmic innovations, spurring rapid growth in clinical and biological data and the ever-growing technological breakthroughs and limited knowledge about the science of key diseases.

Directors: Roy Campbell and Ravi Iyer

Center for Computational Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine (CCBGM)

To engineer and optimize computing systems needed by industry for genome analysis. In doing so, the CCBGM will enhance entrepreneurship, research, and education while developing technology that transforms the medical practice.

Director: Ravi Iyer

Center for Exascale Simulation of Plasma-Coupled Combustion (XPACC)

Working to develop a new mode of managing combustion and aims to make breakthroughs in this emerging field at the basic science level.

Director: William D. Gropp

Center for Networked Intelligent Components and Environements (C-NICE)

Creating smart, reconfigurable technology that will drive the manufacturing plants, medical environments, autonomous vehicles and smart homes of the future.

Director: Placid Ferreira


Combining genomic research with big data to build an instrument that enables better management and processing of genomic information.

Co-Directors: Ravi Iyer and Gene Robinson

Cyberoctupus MURI

Developing a computational analog to living octopuses, a CyberOctopus that adapts, learns, and evolves to novel tasks. 

PI: Girish Chowdhary

Health Care Engineering Systems Center

Provides clinical immersion to engineers and fosters collaborations between engineers and physicians.

Director: Thenkurussi (Kesh) Kesavadas

Internet of Battlefield Things REIGN

Develops the scientific foundations of a next-generation Internet of Battlefield Things (IoBT), designed to enable new predictive battlefield analytics and services.

Director: Tarek Abdelzaher

National Center for Professional & Research Ethics

Provides online ethics resources for professionals, researchers, administrators and others.

Director: C.K. Gunsalus