Director: Perry Alexander, Ph.D.
The Information and Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC) advances knowledge and creates innovative technologies related to information and telecommunication systems. Our resources, state-of-the-art facilities, and technical staff support various multidisciplinary research activities. Our core areas include bioinformatics and machine learning, communications and signal processing, high-assurance computing systems, information assurance, networking systems, radar systems and remote sensing, media innovations, and computer assisted learning.
ITTC affiliated investigators are sponsored by numerous funding sources including NSF, DARPA, NIH, NASA, DoD and numerous military laboratories. Our investigators are active in setting national policy as program directors at federal agencies including NSF, DARPA and NASA. Under faculty guidance our students conduct fundamental research and develop strategic solutions for our state and nation. Our students have received national fellowships from NASA, NSF, SMART, DoD, Google and other prestigious funding organizations.
Advances methods and tools geared to biological, biochemical, and medical applications.
Communications & Signal Processing Laboratory
Investigates the transmission of information-bearing signals through physical channels and the processing of signals from physical sources.
Computer Systems Design
Focuses on the design, implementation and verification of systems whose primary components include computers.
e-Learning Design Laboratory
Focused on the emerging challenges and opportunities in online education.
Information Assurance Laboratory
Focuses on developing, verifying and fielding high-assurance information systems.
Media Innovation Laboratory
Provides progressive media education and focuses on the development of future communication models.
Networking Systems Laboratory
Investigates all aspects of information processing and transport.
Radar Systems & Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSL)
Research in the RSL runs the gamut from experimental system development to theoretical signal processing and electromagnetics.