Research Centers

Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC)

The Georgia Tech Information Security Center, a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education, is an interdisciplinary center involving faculty from the College of Computing, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, and the School of Public Policy.

Robotics and Intelligent Machines at Georgia Tech (RIM@GT)

The Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (RIM@Georgia Tech) leverages the strengths and resources of Georgia Tech in robotics education, research, and leadership by reaching across traditional boundaries to embrace a multidisciplinary approach. The College of Computing, College of Engineering and the Georgia Tech Research Institute play key, complementary roles through Tech's traditional expertise in interactive and intelligent computing, control, and mechanical engineering. Emphasizing personal and everyday robotics as well as the future of automation, faculty involved with RIM@Georgia Tech help students understand and define the future role of robotics in society.

Algorithms and Randomness Center and ThinkTank (ARC ThinkTank)

The ARC ThinkTank brings together faculty from the College of Computing, the School of Mathematics and the School of Industrial Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech to find algorithms and algorithmic models for real-world problems across the sciences and, in the process, seeking new directions and techniques for the emerging theory of algorithms.

GVU Center at Georgia Tech

The GVU Center at Georgia Tech is an interdisciplinary research center encompassing a number of individual colleges at Georgia Tech as well as external collaborators. GVU focuses on unlocking and amplifying human potential through technical innovation in computing technologies. The faculty and students associated with GVU bring expertise ranging from computer science and engineering to the humanities and design. It is through deep collaboration between these diverse domains that the GVU Center is able to engage in research that would otherwise be difficult to tackle in traditional academic and industrial settings.

Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS)

CERCS is one of the largest experimental systems programs in the U.S. focusing on complex hardware, communications and system-level software, and applications that lead the innovation of new information and computing technologies.