The Rutgers Department of Computer Science's Hack R Space
The Rutgers Department of Computer Science's Hack R Space aims to provide facilities and expertise to allow DCS students to learn about and build electronic devices, and learn about programming new small-compute devices and 3-d devices.
RDI2 (Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute)
The Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute (RDI2) uses advanced computation to address today’s compute- and data-intensive grand challenges in science, engineering, and industry. The institute broadens access to the state-of-the-art computing technology that enables large-scale data analytics, computational modeling, and simulations, all of which are playing an increasingly important role in research and innovation.
CAC (The Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center)
TASSL (The Applied Software Systems Laboratory)
The Applied Software Systems Laboratory (TASSL) is a interdisciplinary research center that complements the NSF Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center (CAC), and is part of Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering and the School of Engineering at Rutgers University.
WINLAB (Wireless Information Network Laboratory)
WINLAB (Wireless Information Network Laboratory), an industry-university cooperative research center focused on wireless technology,, was founded at New Jersey¡¯s Rutgers University in 1989. Its research mission is to advance the development of wireless networking technology by combining the resources of government, industry and academia. The center's educational mission is to train the next generation of wireless technologists via graduate research programs that are especially relevant to industry.
PANIC LAB (Pervasive Available No Futz Internet Computing)
Consistent improvements in hardware functionalities, costs, and performance are enabling visions of pervasive computing environments, where users roam with access devices surrounded by a computing infrastructure that provides them with a wealth of services. Before such visions become reality, however, we must address three issues: (i) how to reduce the difficulty of implementing scalable, highly available back-end services, (ii) how to reduce the human cost of maintaining and using pervasive environments, and (iii) how to provide adequate security in these environments. Current research in PANIC Lab seek to address different aspects of these issues.
The Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS) catalyzes and conducts research and education in mathematical, computational, and statistical methods, algorithms, modeling, analysis, and applications.
CDMBA (The Center of Data Mining and Business Analytics)
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
- Webpage: http://www.buffalo.edu/
New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Webpage: http://www.njit.edu/
Stevens Institute of Technology
- Webpage: http://www.stevens.edu/