Scholarly Research - College of Engineering & Natural Sciences

Scholarly Research

Research Opportunities

Faculty in the Tandy School of Computer Science engages in a wide range of research and scholarly activity. Undergraduate and graduate students work closely with faculty in state-of-the-art laboratories to produce, publish and patent novel solutions to the pressing problems in multiple fields within computer science and information technology.

To get involved or for more information, please visit the sites listed and contact the site director.

 Applied Research Center for Cloud of Things

Applied Research Center for Cloud of Things

Director: Rose Gamble
Associate Director: John Hale

Computational Neuroscience and Adaptive Systems Lab (CNAS)

Computational Neuroscience and Adaptive Systems Lab (CNAS)

Director: Roger Mailler

Critical Infrastructure Protection Lab

Critical Infrastructure Protection Lab

Director: Mauricio Papa

Cyclonic Valve Enterprise Security Lab

Cyclonic Valve Enterprise Security Lab

Director: John Hale

Insilico Research Group

Insilico Research Group

Director: Brett McKinney

The Institute of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

The Institute of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Director: John Hale

Institute for Information Security (iSec)

Institute for Information Security (iSec)

Director: Mauricio Papa

Multi-Agent Systems Research (MASTERS) Group

Multi-Agent Systems Research (MASTERS) Group

Director: Sandip Sen

Security Engineering Lab

Security Engineering Lab

Director: John Hale

Software Engineering and Architecture Team

Software Engineering and Architecture Team

Director: Rose Gamble

Computer Simulation & Gaming Lab

Computer Simulation & Gaming Lab

Director: Akram Taghavi-Burris