Center for Control Science and Technology
The objective of the Center for Control Science and Technology is to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, technology-driven, global society by partnering with industry and other universities.
Center for Systems Biology
The center’s researchers are developing computational and experimental methods that ultimately help unravel the complicated nature of biological systems and lay the foundation for improving the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Center for Systems, Communications and Signal Processing (CSCSP)
CSCSP develops strong research programs recognized at the national and international levels; promotes collaboration among members, graduate students and university and industry research groups and improves graduate level education through research projects and courses.
Cybersecurity Research Center (CSRC)
CSRC is part of UTD's CyberSecurity and Emergency Preparedness Institute and has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by both the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.
Embedded Software Center
The Embedded Software Center is an industrial/academic collaborative center for advanced research to dramatically increase the productivity and quality of complex embedded applications.
Photonic Technology and Engineering Center (PhoTEC)
The purpose of PhoTEC is to increase the number of UTD graduates at the master's and doctoral levels who have leading-edge skills in photonics, and to increase the amount of sponsored research in the area of photonics at the university.
Texas Analog Center of Excellence
The Texas Analog Center of Excellence is dedicated to helping shape the landscape for research in analog electronics. It's the centerpiece of a $16 million collaborative effort to help solve difficult problems facing analog designers and create new fields in electronics that can help address a variety of significant global challenges.
February 3, 2014
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